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Compassionate ground candidates protests against selection method

Staff reporter

ITANAGAR, OCT 2:

The 183 candidates of police compassionate ground who appeared in the recently held police recruitment ground took out a protest rally against the Police Department here Wednesday at the Police Headquarter alleging irregularities in selection procedure to the post of police constable in recent declaration of results on October 3.

The candidates alleged the police department of committing massive discrepancies, anomalies and nepotism in selection procedure.

The candidates said they have been victimized for which they requested the police authority to fulfil their grievances. They also said failure to address their genuine demands may force them to take out other rigorous forms of democratic movements.

The group has demanded for re-selection procedure on the basis of seniority as per submission of death certificate of legal heirs of deceased.

All the appointments should be made as per rules prescribed under Government of India Service rules, they said.

Mogu Tamen, one of the victimized candidate told that the group consist of victims even from the year 90 s and 2000, and there is no selection of candidates who have already under gone the physical verification process instead new freshly candidates have been selected in the recent selection process which is totally unfair.

Meanwhile, Kime Kaming, DIGP, declined of any irregularities and lacuna from the concern department in selection procedure.

The department has followed the standard criteria with some priorities for eligible candidates like death in hardness, killed on duty, widows, whose earning members died within 1-15 years, families with disable dependent, bigger size families, economically poor with valid documents. Also during personal appearance we notice physical fitness, presentation of candidates, character, educational qualification and other necessary documents, he added.

 

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