Wednesday, August 10, 2022
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Proxy BJP Govt in J&K depriving youth of their genuine rights: YNC
Future of youth secure only in NC hands: Ajaz Jan
Jammu, August 08 (Scoop News)- Jammu and Kashmir Youth National Conference (JKYNC) today asserted that the proxy BJP Govt in J&K is depriving youth of J&K their genuine rights thereby pushing them into an abyss of uncertainty. This was said by YNC Provincial President Ajaz Jan while addressing a public meeting at Nanak Nagar, Jammu. The meeting, organised by Karan Preet singh at Ward No: 44, Nanak Nagar, was convened to deliberate upon and discuss the significant issue of youth of Jammu and Kashmir who are engulfed in utter frustration due to unemployment and absence of any policy specifically tailored to address the problems of the youth. In his address, Ajaz Jan said the ...

AP Youth Wing holds protest in support of FAA candidates
Jammu, August 08 (Scoop News)- Apni Party Youth Wing today organized a peaceful protest demonstration in support of Finance Accounts Assistant (FAA) who are seeking release of final selection list. To extend their support to the protesting FAA, the State Youth Coordinator, Sunny Kant Chib organised a protest in front of the Press Club, Jammu alongwith other leaders viz District Organising Secretary, Archana Kaul, District Vice President Youth Wing, Abhinav Gupta, Dheeraj Verma, Sandeep Verma, Vivek Gupta, District Senior Vice President Youth Wing Sandeep Vaid and others organised a protest in front of the Press Club, Jammu. Speaking on the occasion, Sunny Kant Chib said that the dem...

JKTA extended support to PHE, MNREGA employees
Jammu, August 08 (Scoop News)- UT President Jammu and Kashmir Teachers Association (JKTA) Bhupinder Singh visited the protesting PHE and MGNREGA employees and extended full support to them. Bhupinder singh while addressing the gathering said that the daily wagers have been struggling for over two decades for regularisation of their services. He said that in violation of Minimum Wages Act, daily wagers of the Jal Shakti department get a paltry sum of ₹6,750 a month. Hundreds of them have completed 15 to 25 years of service. Infuriated over ‘unprovoked’ police action, Bhupinder Singh condemn the same. There is no proper transfer and regularisation policy for the employees owing to whic...

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