Srinagar, 08 March: Apni Party Students Wing Provincial President Ibrahim Javaid Shah has strongly condemned the use of a lathi-charge against the JKSSB aspirants and called for the government to address their genuine demands.
In a statement released today, Ibrahim Javaid Shah stated that the use of force against the JKSSB aspirants is unacceptable and condemnable. He urged the government to address their genuine demands, which include the cancellation of the APTECH-conducted JKSSB exams.
He further stated that the government must take immediate action to ensure the safety and security of the aspirants and avoid any further use of force.
Shah also highlighted the fact that APTECH is blacklisted in other states due to its questionable practices and lack of transparency in conducting examinations.
He stated that the use of such an agency to conduct JKSSB exams is a violation of the aspirants’ right to a fair and transparent examination process. He urged the government to ensure that only credible and transparent agencies are engaged in conducting such exams.
He conveyed his gratitude to the President of Jammu and Kashmir Apni Party, Altaf Bukhari, for his proactive involvement and intervention in the matter concerning the JKSSB aspirants.
Shah reiterated that the Apni Students Union stands in solidarity with the JKSSB aspirants and will persist in supporting their genuine demands until they are addressed by the government.
He further urged the government to take prompt action to ensure the safety and security of the aspirants and refrain from using force against them in the future.