‘Harsh’ rules make J-K govt employment a tough preposition

'Harsh' rules make J-K govt employment a tough preposition

J-K Govt employment: Mandatory for employees to report on relatives who might be involved in activities hostile to India’s national and security interest.

New Delhi: Since the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir was bifurcated into two Union Territories after the abrogation of Article 370, the J-K Government had brought in a slew of new rules and regulations for the resident citizens. However, the new laws and orders, have made government employment in the UT a very difficult preposition.

Govt to compile a list of ‘adversely reported’ employees

The directive further specifies that the government will compile a ‘list of adversely reported employees’ from time to time based on the aforesaid parameters through a process of ‘discreet verification.’ As a result, the pertinent administrative departments will become aware of such a list of employees and submit it to the General Administration Department as soon as possible.

Employees applying for passports must have vigilance clearance

Earlier on Thursday, September 16, the government of Jammu & Kashmir Union Territory made vigilance clearance essential for employees seeking for passports.

‘Govt service regulations getting harsher’

Although Digpu News reached out to a few government employees working in the UT, no one came on record to talk about the new directive of the administration.

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