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PGSA representatives seek Guv’s intervention on policy changes

Jaipur: Pradesh Gaurav Senani Association (PGSA) recently met with Governor Kalraj Mishra at Raj Bhavan to discuss pressing issues concerning ex-servicemen in Rajasthan. During the meeting, PGSA President Captain Kishanlal Chaudhary highlighted that ex-servicemen in the state have been actively protesting for the past two years to address their demands.

Captain Chaudhary pointed out a significant concern regarding the amendment made by the previous Congress government to the Ex-Servicemen Rehabilitation Scheme of 1988 on December 7, 2022, based on caste considerations.

He emphasized that this amendment has adversely affected morale among ex-servicemen, leading to a substantial reduction of approximately 60 per cent in available positions across all categories in every recruitment cycle.

The delegation, including Satyendra Manju and Suresh Sharma, further informed Governor Mishra that this policy change has particularly impacted the recruitment processes, such as the RAS 2023 examinations, where reserved categories of ex-servicemen have faced severe limitations in securing positions such as SDM, RPS, and Accounts Officer.

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