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SSC GD Constable Recruitment: Order for SSC chairman to appear in court if GD constable is not recruited

SSC GD Constable Recruitment : The Patna High Court has ordered the Chairman of SSC, including the Union Home Secretary, to appear in the court if the restoration of the remaining seats in CRPF, BSF, SSB, CISF and ITBP is not done by August 24.

SSC GD Constable Recruitment: Patna High Court ordered the chairman of Staff Selection Commission (Allahabad), including the Union Home Secretary, to appear in court if the remaining seats in CRPF, BSF, SSB, CISF and ITBP were not restored by August 24. Is. The single bench of Justice Mohit Kumar Shah gave this order after hearing several contempt cases simultaneously.

Central Staff Selection Commission had published advertisement for the recruitment of 62 thousand 390 constables in CRPF, BSF, SSB, CISF and ITBP on 21st January 2015.Advocates Nityanand Mishra, Rajeev Kumar Singh, Kalyan Shankar and Smita, appearing for the applicants, told the court that on April 5, 2018, the court had ordered the Staff Selection Commission to be reinstated within 30 days after considering the candidature of the applicants but the staff selection The commission did not do so. He said that on the basis of the order of the Patna High Court, the Uttarakhand High Court decided in favor of the candidates. Which was challenged by the Staff Selection Commission and the Central Government in the Supreme Court .The Supreme Court rejected the application of the Staff Selection Commission. Despite this, the students are not being reinstated. 

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Taking the matter very seriously, the court should restore the remaining seats till August 24 in the light of the order of the High Court. The Chairman of the Staff Selection Commission (Allahabad), including the Union Home Secretary, remained present in the court for non-compliance of the order. The next hearing on the matter will be on August 24.

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