Confederation serves ultimatum to govt on reservation in promotion

All India Confederation of SC/ST/OBC organisations, J&K Chapter organised one-day Save Reservation Convention in Tagore hall Srinagar in order to discuss the burning issues of reserved categories. The function was attended by large number of ST/SC/OBC activists. The confederation had extended invitation to CM, Dy. CM and all Ministers and legislatures belonging to Reserved Categories, but to the surprise of all only two MLAs of PDP i.e. Ch. Qamar Hussain (Rajouri) and Raja Mansoor Khan (Karnah) reached in the function who has appreciated the efforts of Confederation in protecting rights of reserved categories. President of the Confederation, J&K Chapter, RK Kalsotra in his opening remarks briefly stated the history of inclusion of reservation provisions in the constitution for social, educational and economic upliftment of downtrodden strata of the society and explained with absolute clarity how these three factors are inter linked and inter dependent for the upliftment of those who have been facing social exploitation for the last thousands of year and were living almost inhuman life before independence, what to talk of education, health, drinking water etc. He highlighted in his address how the biased approach of beaucracy particularly in the law and GAD Deptt. under a well hatched conspiracy against the employees of reserved categories did not defend laws enacted and rules framed by the legislature to safe guard the interests of reserved categories. He demanded immediate shifting of such black sheeps who are overstaying there with vested interests and misinterpreting the court orders in connivance with miniscule but influential beaucracy whose mindset has always been against reserve category employees.
Those who spoke on the occasion include Nazir Ah Khatana, Miraz-u-Din Kassana, Abdul Rashid Bhat, Ashiq Batal, Mohd Ramzan Kuldeep Kumar, Ram Krishan Verma, and all other District and
Tehsil Presidents .

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