Former militants occupy top posts in J&K government

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  1. SPIEZ

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    SRINAGAR: Over the years, several former militants have made it to top posts in Jammu & Kashmir government after qualifying for either Kashmir Administrative Service or police service exams, besides judicial exams held by state public service commission.

    This came to light after the appointment of this year's topper in the higher judiciary exam was stopped until February, pending CID verification. The candidate is now demanding treatment at par with other officers who were appointed despite past affiliations to militant outfits.

    When TOI asked a senior bureaucrat whether there were indeed such officers in service, he confirmed it on condition that he must not be named. He said a civil service officer of the 1996 batch, currently posted in north Kashmir, was a Hizbul Mujahideen militant trained in making improvised explosive devices. His left hand was damaged in a blast.

    Likewise, this source added, a senior police officer of the 1999 batch, also in central Kashmir, was a Hizbul man. There are a number of former militants holding posts in subordinate judiciary in Kashmir, he said, and gave instances of engineers in Srinagar Municipal Corporation who were even jailed earlier for abducting their current officers for extortion, etc.

    Astonishingly, one officer in the municipal corporation with links to militants was accused of abducting former chief minister and Union minister Ghulam Nabi Azad's brother-in-law. He is now working in the department with impunity and freedom, a corporation source said.

    "All such individuals joined the services before their CID verifications reached the concerned departments," a senior police officer told TOI. In fact, a former Hizbul militant was arrested at the border trying to cross over to POK for arms training before he appeared in Kashmir Public Service exams in 1999, the source said.

    The candidate whose appointment opened this veritable pandora's box is said to be the former deputy chief of Al-Jehad, responsible for several acts of terror. He topped the exams for the district and sessions judge this year. That is when other candidates challenged his selection owing to his militant past.

    A Supreme Court division bench of Justices Aftab Alam and Ranjana Desai vacated the stay, but only in favour of seven respondent candidates. According to sources, one candidate was dropped because his marks were counted twice "inadvertently" to his advantage.

    The fate of another candidate, among the top of the list, too, is likely to be determined in February next. It now turns out that another petitioner has submitted an additional application challenging the topper's selection on account of doubts expressed by the police after his character verification. The candidate is now likely to challenge the verification certificate.


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    When highly qualified youth of the nation are finding it hard to get jobs, jehadi's are finding it. And they say my nation is not secular and supports terrorists

    Maybe Jehadi's too have reservation?

    MERA BHARAT MAHAN. JAI HINDUSTAN.
     
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    i "wonder" why is this :crazy::noidea::hmm:
     
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    A chauhan "अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथैव च: l" Senior Member

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    The former militants must not be given such posts, J&K govt is indirectly helping the ISI.
     
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    The Jehadi turned Indians are being supported by J&K govt to such an extent that those who fought them are now fighting court battles for their promotions. My Co-brother is one of them who has been posted to Kishthwar after promotion now after the recent flairup in communal tensions. Last time he got his President's Medal for Gallantry there.
     
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    Alarming .... :shocked:..

    So who is this guy ? Is he still holding that position ?
     
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    I-G Tihar Jail Banned

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    Is J&K govt doing all this in the name of reforms and bringing back the youths to the mainstream ?

    Problem is still coming in Kashmir from PoK . Training camps are there only .
     
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    Many of them.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    This is India!

    I would not be surprised that ex Naxals or terrorist sympathisers are also in govt in other States.

    Is there any foolproof checking of documents furnished when applying for a Govt job?

    Yet, if what is happening in J&K is true, then it is really of concern.
     
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    Name some ...
     
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    This came to light after the appointment of this year's topper in the higher judiciary exam was stopped until February, pending CID verification. The candidate is now demanding treatment at par with other officers who were appointed despite past affiliations to militant outfits.

    The above is quite telling!

    It appears that such appointments are known to even the common man, so much so they are asking why there is difference in treatment.
     

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