NC extends unflinching support to protesting FAA aspirants
Post by on Friday, August 5, 2022
Jammu, Aug 04: National Conference (NC) Jammu unit Thursday extended full support to the Financial Accounts Assistant (FAA) aspirants’ cause who are agitating against the government seeking the immediate release of their selection list.
A statement from the party said that the support was announced by the senior National Conference leader and party’s provincial president of Jammu Province, Rattan Lal Gupta during his visit to these protesting aspirants at the protesting site in front of Press Club Jammu here.
Accompanied by other National Conference leaders, Rattan Lal Gupta also joined the ‘Protest Dharna’ of FAA aspirants. While addressing the protest gathering at the site the senior National Conference leader asserted that the demands raised by these aspirants are very just and genuine and the government should fulfil these at the earliest. He informed that the FAA aspirants’ delegation has met the National Conference President and Member Parliament, Dr Farooq Abdullah who assured them that their issue was taken in the Parliament. Later, the National Conference Member Parliament HasnainMasoodi has raised the issue of FAA aspirants in the Parliament, he added.
Rattan Lal Gupta castigated the Jammu and Kashmir administration for causing harassment to the youth of J&K despite knowing that they are already in utter chaos due to rising unemployment and joblessness. He accused the administration of pursuing anti-youth policies and said that the cancellation of some selection lists and surfacing of recruitment scam have exposed the tall claims of the Govt to bring transparency and end corruption in J&K. He lamented that what could be more unfortunate than the youth getting compelled to come on roads for their very genuine demands. He asserted that the demands raised by the FAA aspirants are quite genuine and assured unflinching support of National Conference to them in their struggle for the due rights.
Rattan Lal Gupta asked the Lt Governor Manoj Sinha to end further harassment to the FAA aspirants and issue directions to the Administration to release their selection list at the earliest.