Anu a victim of PSC's submissiveness to CM, alleges Shafi Parambil


Even the media had requested to extend the validity of the rank lists. But the chief minister refused to pay attention to the requests.

Shafi Parambil

Thiruvananthapuram: Youth Congress state president Shafi Parambil alleged that the young man Anu who committed suicide is a victim of political submissiveness of the Public Service Commission (PSC) to implement the stubborn decisions of the chief minister.

The government and the PSC are responsible for his death as they insulted the youngsters stating that no job is kept ready for distribution. Youth Congress will conduct protests across the state seeking justice for Anu, Shafi Parambil stated.

A young man who studied hard and secured 77th rank in the main list of civil excise officer had to end his life only due to the negative attitude of the government. He is the victim of the arrogance of the chief minister and the PSC chairman and they are the main accused in this act, Shafi alleged.

Even the media had requested to extend the validity of the rank lists. But the chief minister refused to pay attention to the requests. If the validity of the rank list was extended, many youngsters would have got jobs. It is learnt that about 400 vacancies were reported in the post, he added.

The list was not extended even though no new rank list was prepared. Instead of consoling the youth who lost job for the difference of a few ranks, the PSC chairman told them no job is kept ready for distribution there. But they are answerable to the question how they gave a job to Swapna Suresh, he said.

Those who are included in PSC ranklists cannot even express their protest through social media. They are restricted instantly for raising their voice. Three youngsters were already banned as they raised criticism. Is this a Hitler who rules the state, Shafi asked.

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