Srinagar: The candidates who have qualified the examination for the post of Jammu and Kashmir Sub-Inspectors (JKSI) on Wednesday held a protest demonstration here demanding issuing of formal appointment order for selected candidates.
Scores of the candidates assembled in press enclave holding placards and banners in their hands which read ‘Implement the Court Orders’, ‘Jago Jago Home Department Jago’, ‘Governor Sahib Pay Attention’, ‘We Want Justice’, and ‘Issue Appointment Orders Without Any Delay”.
Suhail Anees Khan, one of the protesters from Kulgam district said the state government had announced posts for the sub inspector in police department in 2016.
In December 2018, the results were declared and we qualified, he said.
“Some of the candidates have filed a petition in high court which ordered stay for the appointment process. The court then directed the department to go ahead with the appointment process without any delay,” he said.
We fail to understand why the home department is delaying the formal appointment order when there is no hindrance from any side, said Riyaz Ahmad, another protester said, adding that even the court has given clearance in our favour of the selected candidates.
The protesting selected candidates said government is playing with the future of the candidates who have already been selected for the sub inspector post in police department.
They requested Governor S P Malik to look into the matter and issue the formal appointment orders.