Jodhpur. On Thursday, news of relief has been received for 583 candidates, who are going through the appointment in the Second Grade Recruitment 2013. The High Court has issued orders to take necessary steps to complete this recruitment for nearly seven years. The Bench, based on Justice Dinesh Mehta, tightened up on unnecessary delay in the appointment process at the Secretariat level despite the Supreme Court’s order. Taking a stand, the principal secretary has been ordered to complete the entire process by February 18 and inform the court.
Advocating on behalf of Dhapa Devi and dozens of other petitioners, Advocate Sushil Bishnoi informed the court that RPSC and Directorate Bikaner have issued a list for appointment of 583 candidates as per the order of the Supreme Court in this matter. However, the file has been withheld for a long time at the secretariat level for approval. The victims have also staged sit-ins for 108 days. Justice Dinesh Mehta passed the above order agreeing with the pleas of the aggrieved party. State Advocate Hemant Chaudhary presented the favor on behalf of the government.
This is the episode
In the said recruitment, 583 posts are still vacant due to the answer key dispute in various subjects. The Supreme Court in July 2018 ordered the release of a new selection list on vacant posts rejecting the SLP filed by the RPSC. In compliance with the above order, RPSC had sent the list of newly selected 583 candidates to Directorate Bikaner in March 2019. Directorate Bikaner is repeatedly seeking permission from the Secretariat, Jaipur for the appointment of these candidates. But despite the passage of time, the Secretariat has not yet given permission for appointment. On the other hand, the victims were unemployed last year for 108 days in this case on the dharna in front of the Directorate Bikaner.
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