NSF protests against PSC; demands separate statehood for Jammu

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, April 28
National Secular Forum (NSF) continues protest against JKPSC and Flaying Jammu Kashmir Public Service Commission for continuously ignoring educated Jammu youth in respect of selection for jobs. While addressing the gathering, National Secular Forum (NSF) State President Dr Vikas Sharma reiterated that separate statehood to Jammu was the only way out to end 67 years long discrimination with the people of Jammu region. NSF State president Vikas Sharma drew attention towards recent selection list of 10 + 2 Lecturers. “Out of total 62 posts of lecturer in Zoology, 44 candidates have been selected from Kashmir and 18 candidates from Jammu while in the RBA category, out of total 23 posts, 18 candidates are from Kashmir province and only 05 are from Jammu,” he said.
The NSF leader also reminded about the similar discrimination meted out to Jammu region in recent selection of candidates for the posts of Assistant Professors in Higher education Department.
Dr Vikas Sharma flayed the PDP-BJP coalition government for meting step-motherly treatment to the people of Jammu. He particularly took to the task BJP MLAs for maintaining stoic silence on the issue and reiterated demand for statehood to Jammu. He further alleged that people of Jammu were facing worst kind of discrimination at the hands of Kashmiri rulers and asked them to get united to launch a comprehensible struggle to get rid of all the ills.
The protest was called under the State President Dr. Vikas Sharma. Arun Manhas, Pardeep Sharma, Manmohan Singh, Anshu Sharma, Rahul Sharma, Robin Singh Sachine and several others were present at the occasion.

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