28 C
Agartala
Thursday, May 23, 2024

PYC holds protest demanding urgently mandatory of PRTC in govt job process

Date:

BY  TC News Desk

Agartala: August 01. The Pradesh Youth Congress, Pradesh Mahila Congress, NSUI, and the Pradesh Congress jointly organized a protest program on Tuesday voicing their concerns over the non-uniform implementation of the PRTC (Permanent Resident of the Tripura Certificate) in the state’s recruitment process.

The protestors marched in front of the office of the Labor Department, demanding equal opportunities for the youth of the state in the recruitment process.

During the protest, Pradesh Youth Congress vice-president Shahajan Islam criticized the state government for failing to enforce the decision made in a recent state cabinet meeting, which mandated PRTC for appointments in all state departments. He expressed concern that PRTC was not being made mandatory for recruitment in certain institutions such as the Public Works Department (PWD) and Dental Colleges, leading to outsiders getting job opportunities in the state.

Islam further alleged that some job applicants from outside the state were even resorting to using fake PRTCs to apply for jobs in departments where PRTC was mandatory, highlighting the urgent need for stringent actions against such practices.

The protestors demanded the immediate elimination of disparities and deception in the state’s recruitment process and called for uniform implementation of PRTC across all departments. They also urged the authorities to take strict actions against officials found to be assisting in the issuance of fake PRTCs.

Share post:

Subscribe

Adspot_imgspot_img

Popular

More like this
Related

Congress and Sudip will sell out tiprasa for power: Pradyot

By TC News Desk Agartala, 22nd May 2024 :   The...

Governor Indra Sena Reddy Nallu attends International Museum Day celebration

By TC News Desk Agartala, 22nd May 2024 :  The...

People waiting for BJP’s victory to come out from TMC’s misrule: CM

By TC News Desk Agartala, 22nd May 2024 :  Chief...

All arrangements made for counting on June 04: CEO

By TC News Desk Agartala, 22nd May 2024 :   The...