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Doda - Bhaderwah share shrinked in Rehbar-e-Khel advertisements
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BHADERWAH, Jan 11: In yet another glaring example of “discrimination” against the aspirants and unemployed youth in an advertisement notice No DYSSO/D/Advt /3039-43 dated 10-01-2018 for Rehbar-e-Khel issued today by the district officer Youth Service and sports Doda for ten educational zones of Doda district , the lion’s share has been given to Batyas zone of Inderwal constituency with 43 posts, whereas the newly created sub district has got only 08 .

Not only this other zones of Doda district also not provided their share . The see-saw game of discrimination between the Chenab valley and the State Government is as old as the independence of India. Anger is brewing among educated youth in Bhaderwah .

Even representatives of opposition political parties have shown resentment against the discrimination.Reacting to the advertisement, Abdul Kabir Malik , a prominent social activist of Bhaderwah , said, “About dozens posts for other districts of state and only some posts for Doda district and especially Bhaderwah clearly show the step-motherly treatment being given to the Doda and Bhaderwah by the present government,” he said.

It is worthwhile to mention here that recently Jammu and Kashmir service selection Board invited applications for teachers posts in whole state but ignored Doda , Bhaderwah and other parts Kishtwar and Ramban .

The sheer discrimination with youth of Bhaderwah and Doda is a very serious issue need to taken up with higher level with state government and posts for all zones should be increased as per the other zones of the state and if it not happened then this scheme will not yield any results.


News Updated at : Friday, January 12, 2018
 
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