NSF seeks CBI probe in cancellation of ARs interview

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Sept 30: The National Secular Forum (NSF) has demanded high level probe either through Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) or Crime Branch to unravel the mystery behind the unprecedented cancellation of the selection process of Assistant Registrars (ARs), mid-way by the authorities sitting at the helm of affairs in University of Jammu (JU) and that too without the approval of any of the competent bodies i.e. University Council or Syndicate.
Addressing a press conference here today, NSF general secretary Narinder Singh  said the Jammu University cancelled the selection process for the post of Assistant Registrars after ward of a top official of Jammu University, who was also an aspirant failed to garner minimum qualifying points needed to appear in interview, which was earlier postponed not once but thrice.
“Following failure of ward of a senior officer of the University to obtain qualifying marks in written examination for the post of Assistant Registrar for Kathua Campus, entire process was cancelled just to provide another chance to the blue eyed”, he added.
The NSF leader demanded from the state government to take cognizance of the fraud and order probe through Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to unravel the truth behind the whole episode. He also sought explanation from the University authorities as to why no approval was taken from the University Council or Syndicate (top decision making bodies of the University) before declaring the selection process cancelled mid-way which is unprecedented.
Among those who were present in the press-conference included, Amit Sagotra, Navjoot Singh, Ajay Sharma and Washim.

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