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End practice of quota seats becoming ‘un-reserved’, check growing ‘aakrosh’: Union MoS to Yogi

In the letter dated June 27, Patel said she had been contacted repeatedly by candidates belonging to OBC and SC/ST categories with the complaint that in the competitive exams held by the state involving recruitment based solely on interviews, they were often declared “Not Found Suitable”. As a result, “inn vargon se aane wale kisi bhi abhyarthi ka chayan nahin kiya jaata (no candidate from these categories is selected)”.

The Union MoS added that after this process was repeated many times, “ant mein… aarakshit uprokt sanddarbhit padon ko anarakshit ghoshit kar diya jata hai (finally, the reserved posts are declared un-reserved)”.

Patel said that there should be “tatkaal rok (immediate stop)” to this happening, so that “inn vargon se aane wale abyrathiyon se utpann ho rahe aakrosh (the rising anger among the candidates of these categories)” can be checked.

She also demanded that necessary steps be taken to make it “anivarya (mandatory)” that such reserved posts go only to the categories for which these are meant, “chaahe is ke liye jitni bhi baar niyukti prakriya karni padhe (no matter how many times recruitment has to be carried out for this)”.

Urging Adityanath to take “effective” steps to ensure this, Patel said that candidates belonging to these deprived categories qualified for the interview process only after clearing the minimum eligibility on their own capability, and hence repeatedly declaring them “not found suitable” was not understandable.

A UP government official said that an appropriate response was being drafted to Patel’s letter. “Different commissions that conduct recruitment examinations are sending their response to the letter of the Union MoS, rejecting the allegation that reserved vacancies were filled as

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