STATE TIMES NEWS UDHAMPUR: Mahadeep Singh Jamwal retired police officer and President Senior Citizens Club Udhampur has condemned the Central Government decision of reservation of Group-4 services to the domiciles of JK UT. While talking to media Jamwal said that the categorization of persons to be leveled as domicile of JKUT itself is a controversial gift by the government on ‘Fools Day’. The three types of persons to be considered as domicile of JK are those residing in Jammu Kashmir for the last fifteen years, who have studied for seven years and appeared in 10th or 12th class examination in Jammu Kashmir and the sons of those central government officials, officials of public sector undertaking, autonomous bodies of central government etc. who have served in the JK for ten years. Just reservation of Group-4 services for domiciles is a cruel joke with the people and educated generation of JK. Rest for all upper class services, the educated young of JK with 67 percent literacy rate have to compete with the students of the states having literacy rate above 86 percent. This a tactical move of un-responsible government to downgrade the well educated youths and offering them reserved services in parlance with police constable. Jamwal requested the government to re-consider its decision in the interest of educated class and all service categories be reserved for the JK people whereas gazetted services can be kept open with 25 % reservation for domiciles of this state.
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