Uttarakhand High Court refuses to ban police rankers exam, exam to be held on February 21

The High Court has given a big decision regarding the Police Rankers Examination.

The High Court has given a big decision regarding the Police Rankers Examination.

Nainital News: Rejecting the petitions, the High Court has refused to ban the Police Rankers Examination to be held on February 21. The UK SSC is about to conduct this exam.

Nainital The High Court has refused to ban the Rankers Examination to be held on February 21 in Uttarakhand. Now on February 21, the Police Rankers Examination will be held. However, the court has issued a notice to the other parties including the government in the PAC Women’s Constable case and ordered to file a reply within three weeks. At the same time, the court has issued permission to 12 policemen who came from the PAC to the district police to sit in the rankers examination. The court also did not take cognizance of the petition of policemen posted in Kumbh Duty. The court has made it clear that the examination will be held on 21 February only.

Several constables had reached the High Court with different arguments

In fact, Rekha Negi and other women constables had filed a petition in the High Court, saying that they are not being included in the platoon commander’s examination. While his recruitment was also held of other police. However, the court admitted that women have been recruited in the PAC. At the same time, others including constable Sajjan Singh also said in the court that they are posted on the driver’s post. But his application for the examination was terminated because the petitioners are posted on the driver’s post. At the same time, the police constables posted in Kumbh Duty filed a petition in the High Court and said that due to Kumbh in the state, their duty has been imposed due to which education cannot be done. Hence the examination should be conducted after Kumbh.

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The court, hearing all the cases, has refused to ban the examination or to conduct the examination after Kumbh. Government lawyer Sushil Vashist said that the court has heard all the cases together, in which a case has been rejected by the court. In other cases, the government has to file an answer, whose answer will be filed in the court soon. To lobby there High Court Reached SSP Personnel Sunil Kumar Meena said that in the Rankers Examination, the examination is being conducted for Daroga Platoon Commander, Herakstable. After the court’s order, the examination will be done on 21st. There is no interference in it now. SP Personnel said that UK SSC is conducting this exam for which complete preparation has been done. Admit card has been issued for the examination, whose result will also come on time.



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