Srinagar, Mar 23 (UNI) About 30,000 youths will get jobs in police and other government departments in Jammu and Kashmir where more than three lakh people are unemployed.
An official source said over 20,000 youths would be appointed as class-IV and casual labourers within three months, in different departments through innovative fast-track recruitment mechanism.
Similarly, the state Director General of state Police (DGP) Kuldeep Khoda has recommended to government for opening of about 300 police stations and appointment of ten thousand youths in the force including about 3400 for Railway protection, to the government.
Mr Khoda said that the creation of 3334 posts for Railway Security is also under-way and the government has already given nod to the proposal, which is currently under-consideration of the Railway Board.
The DGP said that for augmentation of the CID wing, about 3470 posts are being created while 1496 posts for reorganisation of traffic wing of the police are being added, for which the proposal has already been okayed by the State Finance Department and final orders were awaited.
He said that 17 Sub- Divisions, 50 Police Stations and 206 Police Posts are being created and sanction of 4191 posts for new, as well as existing stations is being sought.
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