Issuance Of Appointment Letters To Excise Inspectors Stayed By Allahabad HC

Issuance Of Appointment Letters To Excise Inspectors Stayed By Allahabad HC

Lucknow, June 30 (TNA) The recruitment of excise inspectors in Uttar Pradesh, just when the process was about to be completed has been stayed by the Allahabad High Court. This as the matter regarding women's reservation reached the Allahabad High Court which has stayed the issuance of appointment letters. The matter will now be heard on July 18. Now action will be taken as per the decision of the High Court.

This has shocked the selected candidates hoping for appointment. Police verification of 203 Excise constables has been done. Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) had completed the recruitment process for 405 posts of Excise constable, which started from the year 2016. The list was sent to the Excise Headquarters in May to issue appointment letters to 376 candidates out of the total selected.

The list of 29 selected people has been withheld by the commission. The process for issuing appointment letters has started from the Excise Headquarters Prayagraj. The selected were called to the headquarters and their certificates were checked. After that their documents were sent to their permanent address for police verification. The verification of 203 candidates was completed in the first week of June.

Preparations were being made to issue appointment letters to these selected, but the High Court stayed it. Officials of the Excise Department said that some candidates have filed a petition in the court regarding the reservation of women in constable recruitment. It has been alleged that more women are recruited than the prescribed reservation.

Now the matter will be heard on July 18, then UPSSSC will present its side. Officials said that many women have succeeded in the unreserved category, so their numbers seem to be high. At present, the further process will go on the basis of the decision of the court.

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