Nagpur: After 13 Years of Waiting, Truck Driver Gets Government Job | Nagpur News

NAGPUR: Ashish Mawle, 30, worked hard – first as a junior laborer, then as a truck driver – for 13 years before becoming one of 61 eligible candidates for government employment on compassionate grounds ( anukampa) in various departments of zilla parishad (ZP).
After being selected as a junior clerk’s assistant at panchayat samiti, Ramtek, Mawle said: “My mother worked as a domestic servant for a living. The first thing I did was call him and ask him to stop working for others.
Mawle’s voice choked with emotion as he expressed what he felt after much struggle and a long wait that finally paved the way for the coveted government post. He obtained the post following the death of his father Vithhal while serving in the ZP. Mawle applied for the job in place of his father in 2008, after which he began to tour the ZP office to complete various formalities and circulate his documents, trying to make the cut as quickly as possible. .
With a younger sister and a dependent mother, Mawle used to work hard for a living, working as a driver or laborer when he wasn’t running the pillar to post for work.
“I became moved after I got the job, as did my mother,” said Mawle, who had cleared SSC but could not continue as his father’s death forced him to take responsibility for the family.
ZP CEO Yogesh Kumbhejkar, who has so far helped 129 candidates secure government posts on humanitarian grounds, said transparency was maintained throughout the process and standards were met for the allocation of internships. He is assisted by a team under the supervision of Deputy General Manager Anil Kite. “We showed each candidate the placement opportunities available and how the positions were allocated to them, according to the criteria,” said Kumbhejkar.
Like Mawle, 29-year-old Bhagyashree Tengre was another candidate who got a job out of compassion after a 10-year wait. The eldest of three sisters, Tengre was chosen as a junior office assistant in the rural development authorities of ZP district. She too got the job in place of her late father.
Tengre, who had to interrupt his studies after HSC following the death of his father to support his family of three sisters and their mother, plans to resume his studies. “I want to buy a house for us first,” said Tengre, who worked as a marketing manager and walked 10 to 15 km a day to get from store to store to take orders.
Vilas Sahare, 41, who got the post of junior assistant clerk at Kuhi panchayat samiti, has also been waiting his turn since he applied in 2008. Sahare, who was a farm worker, will not join the government. soon.

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