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JAMMU: The Kashmiri migrant unemployed youth, who are on protest for the last 18 days, alleged that the recent announcement of the Governor administration regarding fresh notification inviting applications from Kashmir migrant youths quite uncalled for.“We have no reservation about who gets a job out of this recent quota of 1997 posts. Whosoever is appointed we shall have no grudge against anyone, but our resentment is against the present regime who has not taken into consideration our long pending demands and our legitimate rights most of the aggrieved candidates among those 45 of 2017 are court cases candidates who have crossed the upper age limit and shall not be in a position to apply in future”, said the agitating candidates.“We have a total of 45 meritorious left out candidates whose particulars were also forwarded by SSRB to DMRR&R Department and whose legitimate demands have also been recognized by the concerned recruiting agencies”, they added.They alleged to add fuel to fire, the Government on 23.09.20 announced fresh 1997 posts without clearing the previous quota this is simply a ploy to exclude the aggrieved candidates.The protestors said “The aggrieved candidates have been fighting for their legitimate demands for the last three years. We have left no stone unturned to get the demands fulfilled, but all in vain.”
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