new Delhi. The Jammu and Kashmir High Court has withdrawn the notification issued to fill 33 non-gazetted posts in the district courts of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. Applications were sought from all over the country for these posts. Many political parties had expressed strong opposition to this. Especially in August last year, after the removal of Article 370, the opposition parties had strongly opposed the demand for applications from all Indians. After which this notification has been withdrawn.
No reason has been given to withdraw the notification. It is believed that strong opposition from opposition parties is the reason for its comeback. Apart from National Conference, PDP, JKNPP, Left parties and BJP, other political leaders are demanding reservation for local people in government jobs in Jammu and Kashmir.
On 26 December 2019, the Registrar General of Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Sanjay Dhar advertised to fill the vacancies. In this, the last date for filling the application was given on 31 January 2020. Dhar issued a fresh notification on Tuesday evening, saying, for the information of all concerned, it is notified that the advertisement notice of 26 December 2019 is withdrawn with immediate effect, including separate non-gazetted category in the Jammu and Kashmir High Court. – Applications were sought for different posts.
This was the first time since Article 370 was removed from Jammu and Kashmir that applications have been sought from people across the country for a recruitment examination. Earlier, those candidates could apply for recruitment in Jammu and Kashmir, who are permanent residents of this state and Ladakh. Now the rules have changed.
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