New Delhi (ILNS): After the decision of the Supreme Court in the recruitment of 69,000 assistant teachers, the State Government will soon file an affidavit in the Allahabad High Court to complete the appointment process.
Advocate General Raghavendra Singh, citing the High Court order of October 19 in the matter, said that the Supreme Court has given its decision in the matter.
Now the Principal Secretary will inform the Court by filing an Affidavit soon.
A single bench of Justice Yashwant Verma is hearing the Petition of Sanjay Kumar Yadav. Advocate Agnihotri Kumar Tripathi argued on behalf of the Petitioner.
The Petition has challenged the selection of candidates with low marks and not to call the candidates who are above merit in counseling. Earlier in this case, the Advocate General had told the Court that the matter is still under consideration in the Supreme Court and all the appointments made are not final.
He also assured that if it is found that appointment letters have been given to those with less marks then it will be rectified and more merit will be called for counseling. Also, wrong appointments will be canceled.
After the decision of the Supreme Court, now the Government will file an Affidavit on the further process and give information on December 9.