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One-day meet to demand domicile policy on Feb. 20

Jamshedpur, Feb. 8: Demanding domicile policy, ensuring the rights of local youths in all categories government jobs in Jharkhand and ensuring transparency in all recruitment, six organizations including political parties, anti-displacement and student organizations will jointly hold one-day conference at Sitaramdera Adivasi Association Hall on February 20.

Ahead of the conference, the leaders of six organizations including President of Jharkhand Disom Party (JDP) Salkhan Murmu, Gautam Bose, the state executive committee member of CPI (ML) PCC, anti-displacement organization “Janmukti Sangharsh Vahini” (JSM), Chatra-Yuva Sangharsh Vahini and Adivasi Sengel Abhiyan held press meet on Monday.

They said Chief Minister Raghubar Das had announced to implement domicile policy by end of 2015, but hasnít done it yet and this government is same like the previous Jharkhand governments.

Appointment on ad-hoc basis is dangerous as it is depriving the rights of local youths in all categories of government jobs particularly in the 3rd and 4th grade jobs and allow outsiders to grab it, Sia Saran Sharma, state committee member of CPI (ML), said.

Such move would only encourage the outsiders in the government job, Murmu said claiming that 71 percent of the candidates, who were appointed as an Assistant in the Jharkhand Secretariat recently, were outsiders.

It was made possible as the state did not have its domicile policy, Murmu said. He ridiculed the fact that Jharkhand was the only state in the country, which did not have a domicile policy even 15 years after its formation.

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