Stalin condemns postal exams in Hindi, English

Chennai: DMK president M K Stalin today condemned the announcement that the postal exams should be taken only in English or Hindi.

In a statement, he said, the democracy has given rights for people from non-Hindi speaking nations to get placed in Central Government jobs.

“The present BJP government should not forget this. The circular has to be reverted,” he said. He further stated that at a time when there is unemployment problems in the state making such an announcement will prevent youngsters from getting jobs.

“This is plan by the Central Government to ensure that people from southern states do not get Central government jobs. I am also consulting with my legal team to take further course of action,” he said.

PMK founder S Ramadoss, MDMK Chief Vaiko and VCK chief Thol Thirumalavalan also condemned the circular and have asked the Central government to get it back.

NT Bureau