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Nagaland

CSU, CYO flays illegal appointments in police department

Dimapur, February 19: The Chakhroma Students’ Union has come out against the illegal appointment of more than 900 in police department, and warned the Government that it will not remain silent if the Government fails to rectify the same.
Hitting out at the State Home Department for “backdoor appointment in bulk”, the CSU also lauded the NTUCT for voicing against the unfair and unjust means in the recruitment. “This kind of malpractices scars the hopes and aspiration of many unemployed Naga youths,” it said.
It also acknowledged the assurance of the State Chief Minister assurance to set up a committee to suggest measures for fair recruitment in police department.
CYO: The Chakhroma Youth Organization (CYO) has questioned the State Home Department for allegedly making random backdoor appointments in the police department. It questioned how nearly 1200 appointments were made to undergo training when the advertisement was only for 208 vacant posts, out of which 225 candidates were declared qualified, including candidates in the waiting list.
“How will people with questionable appointments or person appointed through unfair means protect the rights of its citizens or carry out their duties fairly. Is there any opportunity for the thousands of the qualified youths?” it asked.
Extending support to NTUCT for voicing against unfair means in recruitment in police department, the CYO also lauded the Chief Minister to promptly initiating an enquiry committee to be set up. It further cautioned the Government to take steps in curbing unfair means in appointments in any departments.
(Page News Service)

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