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ENSF serves ultimatum to govt.
Published on 15 Jun. 2010 12:42 AM IST
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Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) Monday served a four-day ultimatum – with June 17 as deadline – to the state government, demanding cancellation and rectification of the recent government job advertisement, which was widely published in local dailies.
The federation, in an ultimatum to state commissioner and secretary P&AR, said it would be compelled to make a phase-wise agitation if their demand was not fulfilled within the stipulated time. It cautioned that government would be held responsible for any law and order situation that arises out of the issue.
According to ENSF, it had earlier served a Representation to the government to advertise “clear and exact” number of “resultant vacancies” and “promotion vacancies” in all the departments arising out of Retirement Act 2009.
However, the P&AR department “randomly” advertised the posts without checking the number of vacancies and authentication, it stated.
The federation, on the other hand, has questioned on why vacancies in only 36 departments were advertised when there was above 70 departments. It claimed that “exact resultant vacancies” in 36 departments were advertised without proper verification when there were lots of “unadvertised vacancies” in those departments.
Further, asking why applications were invited for respective districts when appointments were made without such directives in earlier occasions, the ENSF said, in such case, all appointments carried out in “eastern Nagaland” earlier should be cancelled and appoint only indigenous candidates against the vacancies created.
Besides this, the ENSF has demanded the government to form independent committee to conduct interviews for all the departments. It also demanded that reservation quota be “carved/slashed out” from the “actual/total vacancies”.
The ENSF’s demand also included centralizing recruitment process and nullifying district-wise appointments.

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