Outside the Staff Selection Commission office for 7 days, dozens of candidates sat on hunger strike

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Hamirpur (Arvinder):  Out of the Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission office, Hamirpur, dozens of candidates of Junior Officer Assistant Post Code 556 have been on hunger strike for the last seven days but none of the government and department representatives have corrected them. While sitting on hunger, Congress’s Sujanpur MLA Rajendra Rana inquired about the situation and assured the candidates that in the winter session of the Assembly, the matter of the candidates will be resolved by prominently putting it before the government. He expressed his anger at the injustice being done to the candidates sitting on hunger strike outside the Commission. He said that due to the careless bureaucracy of the state government, the future of the candidates is being played with.

He said that the matter would be taken up prominently in the Assembly and the sleeping government would be awakened. He accused the government that the last seven days were being pleaded for justice but still the government was not being affected. While sitting on hunger, the candidates told that they have been sitting on hunger strike for seven days, but no one has come to take care. He said that about 2400 candidates of the state have to fight for their rights. He said that all the candidates have passed the interview after the written examination but the minutes are taken out before the result is taken out, after which the case is also filed in the court, but now the future of the candidates is at stake. He said that during the Chief Minister’s visit to Hamirpur tomorrow, he will meet and plead for justice. At the same time, Rana quipped on Chief Minister Jairam Thakur’s visit to Hamirpur and said that BJP people only It has been limited to making statements because the foundation of the technical university campus was laid during the Congress time and budget provision was also done during the time of former CM Virbhadra Singh. He said that the condition of the roads inside the state is bad and has excluded Hamirpur from the map of development.

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