Case already handed over to CBI; gone are days when backdoor appointments used to take place, today cart-seller’s son or daughter can also get job; all efforts afoot to put in place transparent governance system
Jammu, Sep 13 (KNO): Stating that the case regarding irregularities in Sub Inspector, Junior Engineer and Financial Assistant recruitment has already been given to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI); J&K Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha Tuesday said that those involved will be brought to book even if they hide in a fortress.
“Recently, reports of fake appointments surfaced about Police Sub-Inspector, Junior Engineer and Financial Assistant posts. We have already handed over the case to CBI for a thorough probe,” Sinah said while addressing a gathering after inaugurating the Hokey Astro Turf in Poonch district of Jammu as per news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO).
He said that those guilty and accused will be brought to book. “Even if the accused will be hiding in a fortress, we will bring them to justice,” Sinha said.
He said that over the past three years, the J&K administration provided jobs to 30,000 youth in a transparent manner.
“Gone are the days when backdoor appointments would take place. Today, even the cart-seller’s daughter or son would get jobs in a transparent manner,” Sinha said.He said that some people aren’t happy with the transparent system and governance on ground. “This pinches them as their policy always had been to keep poor as poor and to add more to the kitty of rich,” said Sinha—(KNO)