LAMKA, Jan 18: The Churachandpur Students’ Union today joined rank with the KSO in voicing dissent against the State Government’s order to appoint senior MCS officer as Executive Director of the DRDA in hill districts.

The Union is displeased to learn that the Government has adopted a parallel stand on the issue despite minutely deliberating upon it with ATSUM on 13 January and assuring a positive review of the same, CDSU said in a release.

In total contravention of the Central Government’s guidelines, the State Cabinet decision is deemed as a case of betrayal and sell-out of the concern public wishes and aspiration, it added.  It further asserted that CDSU shall stand united, undeterred and shall never reverse its adopted stand. The Union also resolved to take all possible courses of actions to pre-empt the assigned MCS officer from discharging its powers and duties in Churachandpur district.

Meanwhile, a separate statement of the Union said it decries the unwarranted injustice perpetrated by Manipur Police Department on the aspiring candidates for the post of Sub-Inspector and Jamedar.  It is bizarre to learn that hundreds of candidates were barred from appearing in the exam, which indeed is undemocratic, unfair and unheard of, it alleged.  To ensure justice and fairness on the recruitment exercise that is manifested with tacit partiality, the examination should be rescheduled for the aggrieved candidates, the Union beseeched.

(Courtesy: The Sangai Express)

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