The Jharkhand High Court, while hearing a contempt petition in the matter of termination of service of 42 doraga after the appointment, has given the government a final chance to restore service to all the sacked. Hearing the case on Friday, the court of Justice HC Mishra directed the government to resume service to all in six weeks.
During the hearing, advocate Rahul Kumar on behalf of the applicant told the court that the Jharkhand High Court bench in this case had ordered the reinstatement of all the evacuees. The state government had filed the SLP in the Supreme Court against the High Court order, but the Supreme Court upheld the High Court order and rejected the government’s SLP. In such a situation, the state government should now appoint as soon as possible.
After the appointment was removed in the revised merit list, the
court directed the state government to reinstate all the 42 evacuees, giving the last chance. Explain that in the year 2008, the reinstatement was removed for the post of Daroga, Company Commander and Sergeant Major. After completing the whole process many candidates were appointed. Meanwhile, the revised merit list was issued when the appointment was found to be wrong. In this, 42 inspectors were removed from the job. After this, these people challenged the government’s order by filing a petition in the High Court. The single bench and the bench have ordered the reinstatement of all the 42 constables, repealing the government order.