Ghulam Nabi Azad Attacks J&K Administration For Suspending Employees Amid Terror Crackdown

JAMMU, Dec 2: Amid Jammu & Kashmir’s massive crackdown on terror sympathisers and corrupt officials, veteran Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad hit out at the J&K administration on Thursday saying that it was targetting one of the biggest industries in the Union Territory. Addressing a program, Azad said that not only had the J&K administration stopped giving employment, but was now focussing on expelling people from their jobs.
“Government Jobs is the biggest Industry in Jammu and Kashmir for every section and community. They haven’t only stopped giving jobs but started expelling people from jobs every week. An obsolete law was made that any non-performer will be sacked (Deadwood); by that 2 people were expelled in 20 years. But now 20 people are expelled in 2 days. It seems that this Government’s work is not to give jobs, but to expel people from jobs,” said Ghulam Nabi Azad. (AGENCIES)