Border Battalion aspirants demand conduct of written examination, meet Divisional Commissioner

Border Battalion aspirants protesting at Jammu on Thursday.

JAMMU: The aspirants of Border Battalion, Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) who have passed the Physical and Medical fitness tests today met the Divisional Commissioner. Jammu, Dr Raghav Langer and demanded conduct of the written examination at earliest.
Holding national flag, hundreds of the aspirants who have cleared the physical and medical test today assembled at Press Club Jammu and raised slogans like ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ in favour of their demands.
While talking to Greater Jammu, one of the aspirants, Sushil Sharma said, “Late in the evening, the Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Dr Raghav Langer has assured us that he will raise their genuine issues with the higher authorities within next two days.”
Another aspirant, Anjali alleged that the Government was playing with the careers of Border Battalion candidates by allowing extra candidates for same number of posts in a re-advertisement.
While extending its support to the aspirants, the Ikkjutt Jammu Yuvva President, Ajay Singh Saini said Government should conduct the written examination of the aspirants who have already cleared the physical and medical fitness tests, as most of the candidates are getting over aged and for the last three years have been waiting for their written examination and therefore it is hard for them to compete with the new candidates.”
They appealed to the LG Manoj Sinha to intervene and help them to get the conduct of written exam at the earliest.
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