Jammu and Kashmir Police (symbolic photo)
The youth in Jammu and Kashmir are joining terrorist organizations. It’s a topic of concern. Police is taking steps to stop this. Recently, DGP RR Swain has organized meetings in many sensitive districts to prevent youth from joining terrorist organizations. In these meetings, it was talked about bridging the growing distance between the youth and the police at the ground level and connecting them together.
DGP says that the police is making every possible effort to prevent youth from joining terrorist organizations. At the same time, if any youth gets misled by someone’s influence, he will be given a new chance to join his family again. However, compared to last year, the recruitment of youth in terrorist organizations in Sithania has reduced this year.
Earlier police recruitment was done by Jammu and Kashmir Police. The Home Department used to hand over its responsibility to the Service Selection Board. However, now recruitment is done by the Union Territory. A blacklisted company had conducted the SI exam, but due to the subsequent protests and increasing controversies, the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir had canceled the exam for the SI post.
Result canceled due to paper leak
If we keep in mind the employment of youth, there has been no police recruitment in Jammu and Kashmir since 2017. According to the data, for the recent recruitment, the exam was organized in 2022, but due to paper-leak, it took a year to declare the result of the exam. After a long wait and complaints, the police released the results of SI exam.
400 posts are vacant in Jammu and Kashmir Police
At the same time, former DGP of Jammu and Kashmir Dilbagh Singh says that there are 400 vacancies for police posts in Jammu and Kashmir. There is a need to fill them because the police department is suffering the consequences of these vacant posts. Dilbagh Singh also said that the police department itself used to make recruitments in the police department. However, at present the government has handed over its responsibility to some agencies.
Measures to keep away from the clutches of terrorist organizations
The Police Department of Jammu and Kashmir has taken steps keeping this sensitive issue in mind. Measures have been taken to keep the youth of the state away from the clutches of terrorist organizations and for their better future. This will not only provide employment to the youth wandering in search of employment, but will also provide relief from the shortage of police force in Jammu and Kashmir.