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Political enmity between BJP, SP leads to uncertainty over 70,000 appointments

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The political animosity of ruling Bhartiya Janata Party(BJP) and Samajwadi Party(SP) has led to an uncertainty in the job appointment of over 70,000 people in Uttar Pradesh.

While the SP was still in power, several thousands of people had applied for exams for various jobs and even cleared them. The BJP government has put a halt to all the postings and the aspirants are unsure whether they will get the job they had previously got or not.

Many of them are now protesting, as the government and media have turned a deaf ear to their wailings.

The protestors are carrying out the protest alongside River Gomti in the state capital, Lucknow. They had given the written test, group discussions, interview and physical test when the Akhilesh government was in power. The appointment letter was awaited. But the new government in the state is postponing their appointments. The postings of 32,000 teachers of physical education, 12,460 teachers of the primary school, 4,000 teachers of Urdu, 4,000 jobs for public service commission, 11,500 jobs for subordinate service selection, jobs of 4,000 inspectors and 138 vacancies of home guard jobs.

Amit Yadav, an aspirant, says, “everyone in my family was hopeful of my selection. In fact, families of all the selected candidates are waiting for their appointments. We all are unemployed. If neither of us comes forward with our grievances, how will the government come to know about it?”

BTC and TET trained people are also struggling for jobs in UP. They say that the Basic Education Minister has alleged that they cannot get jobs, as there are 65,000 more candidates struggling to get employed somewhere.

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The new government in the state ushered in a wave for Yoga. PM Modi was involved in the art himself, so employability of Physical Education aspirants increased. But jobs of all the 32,000 aspirants are in doldrums now, because of the political enmity between the two parties.

Yogi Adityanth government alleges that there had been a lot of fraud while making the appointments of candidates. The court has, therefore, objected to the appointments of many candidates. A probe is underway to determine how authentic these appointments were.

Harish Chandra Srivastava, BJP Media In charge says, “It was usual for the Samajwadi Party to make appointments in a corrupt manner. Deserving candidates are losing their jobs. Yogi government’s agenda is clear as we will give employment to the talented candidates who deserve the jobs.”


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