JAMMU, DEC 29: Expressing anguish over virtual surrender of power hungry BJP leadership before PDP, Team Jammu today vowed to launch a decisive war against ‘Jai Chands’ in the year 2018 to save future of youth and coming generations. Team Jammu observed that during the last three years discrimination with Jammu region has crossed all limits with elected representatives of this province have prostrated in front of Valley centric PDP just to fulfill their own petty personal gains.
“Our patience is running out now. Betrayal by BJP leadership is forcing youth of Jammu to take extreme steps”, cautioned chairman of Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal, while pointing out latest notification of posts of teachers issued by JKSSB.
As per the notification by JKSSB, 2154 posts of teachers have been advertised under district cadre out of which 1800 posts have been given to all 10 districts of Kashmir valley whereas six districts of Jammu, including the winter capital Jammu, have been kept out of it. Even Ladakh region has also been deprived of these posts.
In what could be the worst kind of discrimination with Jammu region, Jammu and Kashmir government has deprived educated unemployed youth of Jammu to apply for posts of teachers in Education department.
Team Jammu in strongest words condemned this sort of discrimination with Jammu region and castigated BJP for prostrating in front of valley centric PDP.
“BJP leadership is least concerned about future of Jammu youth because almost all senior BJP leaders and ministers have accommodated their undeserving and inefficient sons by abusing their power so they have no concern about highly qualified educated youth of Jammu”, Zorawar Singh Jamwal said. To authenticate his allegation, Jamwal said that undeserving family members of BJP leaders have been accommodated on important positions at the cost of deserving youth of Jammu.
“Our educated unemployed youth are already facing lot of difficulties due to step-motherly treatment being meted out to them by JKPSC, JKSSB and other recruiting agencies and now education department has deprived them of applying for the posts of teachers,” Jamwal said adding, “We will not allow such kind of discrimination with our youth and will fight tooth and nail for their rights.”