NSUI activists call J&K Govt ‘anti-youth’, demand revocation of SRO 202

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Jammu, Mar 28: Terming the policies of present PDP-BJP Government anti-youth, activists of National Students Union of India on Wednesday demanded revocation of SRO-202.
Protesting against the state government, NSUI activists alleged that the PDP-BJP at the time of government formation promised big to the people especially the youth of the state but soon after alliance, they did not implemented any of their promise on ground including ‘fast track recruitment;, which is against the aspirants of non-gazetted aspirants.
Led by Raqeeq Ahmed Khan, NSUI State President, the protestors shouted anti-government slogans and demanded revocation of SRO-202.
Khan said that if the government does not roll back its policy, NSUI will hold protests across the state, adding, “the policy is not in favour of non gazetted employees as they get maximum upto Rs 9000 month, which is not justified to support their families.”
“There will be no allowance, time bound, service benefit shall be given to the employee for first five years as per the policy, which is unacceptable,” they said.