Last recruitment was held in abeyance in many circles during investigation into fraudulence in examinations. Subsequently abeyance was lifted for many Circles except three of them including Gujarat.
A very long time has passed in either process of investigation or making decision. We stand to a very clear opinion that anyone who has done wrong must be identified and punished very harshly to set strong example. Simultaneously we support genuine candidates who are suffering uncertainty, fear of loosing job and too much lingering of the case. They are worried that their recruitment might be cancelled. These candidates are psychologically upset and yearns for joining service as early as possible. To express their voice and demands they have decided to be together at the postal directorate and meet responsible officers and submit their memorandum. Some of them sought for advise and we have advised that they cannot agitate without a notice and proper course of required formalities.
Our basic concept of Jurisprudence that let the 100 culprits may go free but no innocent should be punished.
We are with these candidates and register our support to them and urge postal directorate to consider on grounds of natural justice that green wood may not be burnt in fire of dry wood. Decision for identification of frauds must be finally taken on top priority. Innocent candidates may be given sympathetic hearing and accurate informatiin & guidance when they come and meet on 23-11-15.
AIPE Union Group 'C'