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No backdoor appointment: NLSF backs NSF
DIMAPUR, NOV 13 (NPN):
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Published on 14 Nov. 2009 12:48 AM IST
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The Nagaland Law Students’ Federation (NLSF) has given its firm support to the demand made by the NSF that employment in public office above the pay scale of Rs 4125 should be made through NPSC and below that pay scale, to be filled through departmental examination so as to avoid backdoor appointment. The NLSF demanded that the vacancies created by the retirement bill 2009 should also be made public by every department and that if such recruitment was made by the concerned department, the process should be clean, fair and transparent. Sending out a stern warning, the NLSF said if any arbitrary abuse of power by a person holding public office in matter of employment came to its notice, “we will not let go off” such person or authority. The law students said legal proceedings shall be initiated against those persons or authorities in the interest of public justice. It reminded the state government that the purpose and spirit of the Retirement Act would be fulfilled only if qualified and capable persons were recruited through an institution viz NPSC or by the concerned department and added that the mode of recruitment and those recruited have a direct relation with the growth and progress of the society. The NLSF cautioned that any fallout in this respect would negate and impede the progress and growth as had been evident in certain cases in the past where the most inefficient people with huge political backup got the opportunity of employment contrary to prescribed rules and provisions. In this regard, the NLSF has called upon the youths to remain vigilant and keep a watchful eye on manipulations, discrepancies, illegal appointments or any other as might arise and seek legal redressal of they were aggrieved by such actions.

 
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