Gurjars want posts ‘reserved’, give 15-day deadline to Rajasthan govt

Gurjars want posts ‘reserved’, give 15-day deadline to Rajasthan govt

Gurjars want posts ‘reserved’, give 15-day deadline to Rajasthan govt

Kirori Singh Bainsla along with other Gurjar leaders in talks with ministers Rajendra Singh Rathore and Hem Singh Bhadana.

After a day-long series of meetings with the government, the Gurjar leaders have given 15-day time period for ‘reserving’ post in the vacancies issued by the government between 2016 and 2017.

The issue was discussed at length between the chief secretary DB Gupta and Gurjar leaders led by Col Kirori Singh Bainsla.

Expressing satisfaction over the deliberations, Himmat Singh Gurjar of the Gurjar Aarkashan Sangarsh Samiti said that the government had sought 15-day time period and added that the shadow posts will be created. “We are satisfied and hope this gets done in 15 days,” said Himmat Singh. A note regarding this has been prepared by department of social justice. Now, this note will be sent to the cabinet sub-committee for its approval.

From there this note will be sent to the department of personnel after which a circular will be issued by the cabinet. This circular will be based on creating shadow posts on the various vacancies which had been advertised between December 9, 2016 and 2017. Bhainsla and other Gurjar leaders met the chief secretary at the secretariat in the evening. Prior to this, the Gurjars met parliamentary affairs minister Rajendra Rathore and state motor garage minister Hem Singh Bhadana at Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj Institution. Gurjars also had a meeting at Ambedkar Bhawan with the officials of department of social justice including Dr Samit Sharma, director of social justice and empowerment.

The Gurjars have been demanding 5% reservation with a sub sub-categorisation of OBC. In Rajasthan, the total reservation 49 percent have been categorised into three- OBC (21), SC (16) and ST (12). In the recent budget session the assembly passed a bill, giving 1% reservation under Most Backward Class (MBC) to Gurjars and other four castes.

Shadow posts

Expressing satisfaction, Himmat Singh Gurjar of the Gurjar Aarkashan Sangarsh Samiti said that the shadow posts will be created. A note regarding this has been prepared by the department of social justice. This circular will be based on creating shadow posts on the various vacancies which had been advertised between December 9, 2016 and 2017.

Tejkaran Harsh

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