Srinagar: Youth National Conference (YNC) expressed serious concern over the ensuing “chaos and mismanagement” in the J&K Public Service Commission, saying the government’s “incompetence” was destroying the future of the state’s youth.
YNC provincial president Jammu Ajaz Jan and provincial president Kashmir Salman Ali Sagar said, “The PDP-BJP government was deriving sadistic pleasure out of tormenting the hardworking youth of the state while they were busy appointing their own kith and kin through the backdoor in various government departments and public institutions.”
In a joint statement, they said, “The quashing of the KAS main exams by court has yet again proven how the chaotic, arbitrary and anti-youth policies of the government are wreaking havoc with the future of the youth.”
“The functioning of the JKPSC has been a matter of grave concern for more than a couple of years now and the chief minister has chosen to turn a blind eye towards this crisis of her making. Either she is personally involved in rendering our autonomous recruitment commissions defunct in order to facilitate the nepotism that PDP has been exposed for or she has failed to understand the gravity of the issue,” the youth leaders said.
“In either case, it is a loud and clear indictment of the chief minister,” they said.