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HYC submits three-point memorandum on Roster System to CS

Speaking to media persons, HYC president Robertjune Kharjahrin, said that the three core issues raised in the memorandum include -- prospective implementation of the roster system, there should not be any backlog recruitment for backlog posts, and to ensure that 80 percent reservation remains intact for the Khasi-Jaintia category at the district level in the Khasi and Jaintia Hills region. 

SHILLONG:

The Hynniewtrep Youth Council (HYC), on April 13, submitted a memorandum to the Meghalaya Chief Secretary, highlighting three important points on the implementation of the roster system, that can be put before the cabinet.

Speaking to media persons, HYC president Robertjune Kharjahrin, said that the three core issues raised in the memorandum include — prospective implementation of the roster system, there should not be any backlog recruitment for backlog posts, and to ensure that 80 percent reservation remains intact for the Khasi-Jaintia category at the district level in the Khasi and Jaintia Hills region.

“These were the three core issues raised in our memorandum and the chief secretary has informed us that they will place this matter before the cabinet, and we hope that the cabinet will consider our point of view because we have seen that the roster system has created a lot of misunderstanding between the Khasi, Jaintia and Garo people,” Kharjahrin said.

Rebuking the ministers for blaming the court on the “retrospective” nature of the roster system, the HYC leader said that with the recent court order that allows the legislature and executive to decide on the cut-off date, the government can no longer shift the blame to anyone but work on a system that is applicable and practical to all.

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