6th JPSC case: Verdict reserved, petitioners argued – wrong to be removed from the post after appointment

Pankaj Prasad
6th JPSC case Verdict
6th JPSC case Verdict

A division bench of Justice Ajay Rastogi and Justice CT Ravikumar reserved its decision after the completion of the hearing in the matter.

Ranchi: The special leave petition filed in the Supreme Court regarding the sixth JPSC Combined Civil Services Competitive Examination was also heard on Thursday. A division bench of Justice Ajay Rastogi and Justice CT Ravikumar reserved its decision after the completion of the hearing in the matter. After hearing for three consecutive days, the arguments were concluded on Thursday.

During the hearing, the counsel for the petitioner said that even if the High Court's decision is considered correct, then JPSC should prepare the revised result on the basis of the Mains merit list only, but JPSC prepared it on the basis of the final merit list and it was wrong. Is. Some documents were also produced during the hearing.

The counsel for the petitioner said that when there is no irregularity in the appointment of JPSC, then how can the revised result be issued. The petitioners said that they were appointed on the basis of the result. Training has also been done. In such a situation, it would not be right to be removed from the post. On the other hand, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for JPSC, upheld the order of the High Court and said that the revised result has been issued under the rules.

A clear description of the conditions has been given in the advertisement. At the same time, advocate Subhashish Rasik Soren, on behalf of the respondent Dilip Ku Singh, who is seeking to quash the entire process, presented his side. On July 20, the Jharkhand government had filed an affidavit saying that the candidates who were out of service after the release of the revised results could not be accommodated as the number of vacancies was 38.

Not everyone can be accommodated on this. The decision of the High Court has been challenged by filing SLP on behalf of the petitioner Faizan Sarwar, Varun and others. The single bench of the High Court had declared the appointment of 326 candidates invalid. Later, JPSC had released the revised merit list, in which about 62 candidates who were included in the earlier merit list were excluded.