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Allahabad High Court imposes Rs 10,000 cost on police recruitment board for not complying with 2020 order

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The Allahabad High Court has imposed a cost of Rs 10,000 on the Police Recruitment Board for not filing a reply, even after being given three opportunities and directed to comply with the order issued on February 3, 2020.

A Single Bench of Justice Vivek Agarwal passed this order while hearing a petition filed by Ajay Kumar.

Prashant Mishra, Counsel for the petitioner, said that the petitioner has been declared successful in the backward class quota in the 2013 police recruitment. He has to be called for document verification and medical examination. He also gave a representation, but no action is being taken, on which the petition was filed.

The Court gave three chances to the recruitment board and the state government to respond, but no response came.

“There is no compliance of order dated February 3, 2020 passed by a co-ordinate Bench of the Court, though time was granted to Standing Counsel on March 3, 2020 and August 2, 2021,”

-the Court noted.

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“On cost of Rs 10,000, last opportunity is granted to make compliance of order dated February 3, failing which the Court may be constrained to direct for personal presence of the D.I.G. (Establishment), U.P. Police Headquarter, Allahabad.

“Let cost be recovered from the delinquent official and be deposited in the High Court Legal Services Authority,” the Court ordered and fixed the next hearing on October 6.

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