Attempts Made To Discredit J&K Bank, PSC: PDP

SRINAGAR — The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Wednesday said the attempts are being made to erode the credibility of the vital institutions of the state including Jammu and Kashmir Bank (J&KBank) and Public Service Commission (PSC).

In a statement issued here, senior PDP leader, Dr Mehboob Beg, said that “deliberate attempts with sinister motives are being made to discredit  the institutions like J&K  Bank and PSC.

He added that besides that “doubts are being created in the minds of people about the efficiency of the administrative machinery of the state which is one of the best in the country and has been acclaimed.”

Beg said that after a “lot of struggle and reforms, the credibility of these institutions has been built over the years and there is need to unanimously foil any such nefarious designs that are aimed at undermining the importance of such institutions.”

He added that it was for the first time in the history of the state, the PDP led government established a “full-fledged” PSC by  appointing the best members and the chairman with proven integrity. 

Beg said the candidates “selected through the PSC are selected purely on the bases of merit and they have been showing their acumen and efficiency in the field. ’’

The PDP leader added that the J&K Bank is at present “the target of the vested interests with attempts being made to sabotage its progress.” “The fact known to one and all is that the bank has the transparent system of recruitment and PDP denounces the attempts being made to defame such institutions of the state,” Beg said.

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