New Delhi: The Allahabad High Court has allowed 15 more days to the Secretary, Examination Regulatory Authority, Anil Bhushan, to comply with its earlier order of declaring the result of revaluation in the case of recruitment of 68,500 assistant teachers. If the secretary cannot comply, he has to give a clarification by appearing in court.
The order was passed by Justice Vivek Kumar Birla on the contempt Petition of Anjana Tripathi.
The Petitioner’s Counsel, Agnihotri Kumar Tripathi, said that the High Court had ordered to declare the result of revaluation in 68,500 assistant teacher recruitment in three months. As this order was not followed, a Contempt Petition has been filed.
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In the previous hearing, the Secretary, Examination Regulatory Authority had demanded more time. On this the Court gave 15 days more. As the order is not followed the Contempt Petition is filed again. Though, many Petitions have already been filed in this case. The Secretary has asked time for one more time. Accepting this, the Court has directed to declare the result in 15 days or to present the secretary to the Court.
– India Legal Bureau