Appointment delay slur on Arunachal Pradesh Police
ITANAGAR: The deprived eligible candidates for various posts under compassionate ground in Arunachal Pradesh Police (APP) submitted a joint representation to APCC president Takam Sanjoy on Monday.
The joint representation stated that on November 4, 2015, an advertisement was published in local dailies by the Director General of Police, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, proposing to fill up various posts under compassionate ground in Arunachal Pradesh Police (APP) whose guardian died in police service.
Accordingly, the deceased family members which includes widows, sons and daughters of the deceased police personal, submitted more than 500 applications. In the last part of November 2015, the department called for physical verification and documentation of all applicants.
But since then, there has been no progress in the said matter.
On February 1, 2017, a notification was issued and published by the government where the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh has reconstituted a committee to consider cases for compassionate appointment in the Police Department.
The delay in the appointment process is a big harassment to all the family members of the deceased police personnel. It is learnt that new appointments have been made on compassionate ground in the APP. But those who applied in 2015 have been ignored in spite of repeated requests and reminders by the deprived candidates.
Also, the disbursements of pensions and other related reliefs to the widow’s and family members of the deceased police personnel have been stopped which is a matter of deep concern.
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