ANYA president Byabang Joram informed that the association is content with the assurance given by the state government regarding the demands they have pressed.
The All Nyshi Youth Association (ANYA) has deferred its proposed 12 hours Capital bandh on October 18, saying that the State Government has given assurance to address their demands in a meeting with the Home Minister and other top state government officials held today in Speaker’s Conference Hall, A.P Legislative Assembly Secretariat.
Addressing a press conference here at Arunachal Press Club after the meet, ANYA president Byabang Joram informed that the association is content with the assurance given by the state government regarding the demands they have pressed.
Earlier, the ANYA had sought for modification in the Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board (APSSB) Act 2018 by inclusion of district-wise quota in job recruitment and for modification in the Arunachal Pradesh District Based Entrepreneurs & Professional (Incentives, Development and Professional) Act, 2015 by introducing work order system upto Rs 1 Crore.
In the meeting held today which was chaired by Home Minister Bamang Felix, it is agreed that the Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board (APSSB) shall invite applications from the bonefide candidates of the concerned districts as at serial no.i of the government notification issued vide No. AR-47/10 dated 2/5/2011.
The serial no.i of the above-mentioned notification states, “100% (cent percent) posts in Group-C and Multi Tasking Staff posts borne in all departments in the Districts offices including District Administration shall be filled up from amongst the Arunachal Scheduled Tribe candidates of the concerned districts.
Regarding the second point demand of the ANYA, it is informed that the demand has to be examined in detail to work out some logical solutions for the interest of all.
Further, the Home Minister has informed that an inter-departmental committee headed by a Minister or a high-level officer will be constituted to study on the loopholes and make recommendations including the work order system.
Stating that they are hopeful that the State Government will bring out positive results regarding their second point demand, Joram said that the ANYA has kept their proposed bandh in suspense, saying that they will continue with a bandh call if their demand is not fulfilled.
“We have kept in suspense because one point of our demands is not fully fulfilled. We hoped that the committee will be constituted at the earliest and process the necessities so that the result can be delivered,” he added.
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