Confederation seeks clearance of pending backlog of SCs, STs, OBCs

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, July 25: All India Confederation of SC, ST, OBC Organisations and National Student and Youth Front (NSYF) have demanded clearance of backlog of the SC, ST and OBC category people in various Government jobs.
The Confederation organized a virtual rally/meeting all across J&K on the issue of clearance of the pending backlog in J&K. Participants joined from Jammu, Kathua, Reasi and other areas.
While speaking on the occasion RK Kalsotra, president Confederation and Patron NSYF said that J&K has over one lakh pending backlog for SC/ST/OBCs, educated and unemployed youth, for many years now. Unit has met Chief Ministers and Governors of erstwhile state, Lieutenant Governors of the newly formed UT about the issue of the clearance, but there was no response from the government.  He added that the administration is conducting various recruitment drives but they should fill out the backlog first and then continue with fresh recruitments.
Dr Sameer Choudhary, president NSYF said that the government was denying them employment opportunities. The fight for the backlog will go on and Government should accept the pending demand of the youth of these categories.
State coordinator Roshan Choudhary said job seekers from these categories should come forward to strengthen the social justice movement launched by the Confederation. Dr Chetana appealed to the women to come forward to save the Constitutional rights and join the Confederation for the ‘save rights movement’. She said Govt should do justice with SC,ST, OBCs.
Dr Mudasir Loan from Kashmir said that it is injustice with the youth of reserved categories for not giving a due share to them. He warned to launch struggle under the banner of Confederation and NSYF.
Zahoor Saleem president, Chenab region, extended full support to the Confederation for clearance of backlog.
Shabir Mastana, Amarjeet, Amit Mehra, Ashu Kumar, Ch Ajaz, Shakti, Maya, Mintu Devi, Dr Jitender, Dr Shabir Gujjar, Zaffar Bajjar and others also spoke in the rally.