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July 08, 2019 |

After nearly two years of investigations, it has come to the fore that the recruitments for 101 posts in Khadi Village and Industries Board in 2017 under a 2016 notification were done in a fraudulent way, raising questions about the tall claims of transparency by the previous PDP-BJP alliance. The inquiry committee, which was led by the then Home Secretary R K Goel, has submitted its report to the government. The probe has found that the recruitment process suffered from various deficiencies. First among them is that very little notice period was provided to many candidates particularly appearing in the interviews from Jammu division. The probe has revealed that the agenda for fixing criteria for selections decided much after the conclusion of the written examination, should have been explained in the advertisement notice itself. The probe has also found that the board violated the procedures adopted by other recruiting agencies like PSC and SSB in case the number of candidates is less than 10 for interviews. It has also been revealed that a short period of time was provided to the candidates particularly from Jammu due to which low participation of candidates from Jammu was witnessed. The probe committee has also alleged that deviation has been made in the selection process while making selections, ignoring the criteria given in the advertisement notice. Most importantly, the selection criteria adopted in these selections was not recommended by any expert committee but was proposed by the vice-chairman of the Board, who at that time was a senior PDP leader and approved by its chairman who is incharge minister of Industries and Commerce department. That the two senior leaders from the coalition, i.e., Peerzada Mansoor of PDP, who headed the board and Chander Prakash Ganga, the then industries minister, entered into a criminal conspiracy to bend the rules in order to favour the blue-eyed boys of the establishment exposes the callous attitude and tall claims of transparency made by the erstwhile coalition. It is no secret that the selection of the son of then PDP vice president Sartaj Madni at a plum post in the board had sparked the entire row. The probe has clearly mentioned that the criteria adopted in the selection process was not in accordance with the laid down norms. Justice has been partially done by cancelling the selection list. Now it is incumbent upon the Governor’s administration to identify the real culprits behind this controversy. Unless it happens, true justice will not be served!

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KVIB Shame

July 08, 2019 |

After nearly two years of investigations, it has come to the fore that the recruitments for 101 posts in Khadi Village and Industries Board in 2017 under a 2016 notification were done in a fraudulent way, raising questions about the tall claims of transparency by the previous PDP-BJP alliance. The inquiry committee, which was led by the then Home Secretary R K Goel, has submitted its report to the government. The probe has found that the recruitment process suffered from various deficiencies. First among them is that very little notice period was provided to many candidates particularly appearing in the interviews from Jammu division. The probe has revealed that the agenda for fixing criteria for selections decided much after the conclusion of the written examination, should have been explained in the advertisement notice itself. The probe has also found that the board violated the procedures adopted by other recruiting agencies like PSC and SSB in case the number of candidates is less than 10 for interviews. It has also been revealed that a short period of time was provided to the candidates particularly from Jammu due to which low participation of candidates from Jammu was witnessed. The probe committee has also alleged that deviation has been made in the selection process while making selections, ignoring the criteria given in the advertisement notice. Most importantly, the selection criteria adopted in these selections was not recommended by any expert committee but was proposed by the vice-chairman of the Board, who at that time was a senior PDP leader and approved by its chairman who is incharge minister of Industries and Commerce department. That the two senior leaders from the coalition, i.e., Peerzada Mansoor of PDP, who headed the board and Chander Prakash Ganga, the then industries minister, entered into a criminal conspiracy to bend the rules in order to favour the blue-eyed boys of the establishment exposes the callous attitude and tall claims of transparency made by the erstwhile coalition. It is no secret that the selection of the son of then PDP vice president Sartaj Madni at a plum post in the board had sparked the entire row. The probe has clearly mentioned that the criteria adopted in the selection process was not in accordance with the laid down norms. Justice has been partially done by cancelling the selection list. Now it is incumbent upon the Governor’s administration to identify the real culprits behind this controversy. Unless it happens, true justice will not be served!


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Owner, Printer, Publisher, Editor: Farooq Ahmad Wani
Legal Advisor: M.J. Hubi
Printed at: Abid Enterprizes, Zainkote Srinagar
Published from: Gulshanabad Chraresharief Budgam
RNI No.: JKENG/2010/33802
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Postal Regd No: SK/135/2010-2019
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