Hyderabad High Court Stays Telangana Junior Panchayat Secretaries Appointments
The TRS Government, which has been in power for the second time in Telangana, has been in the forefront of appointment of Joint Panchayat Secretaries (JPS). The junior panchayat secretaries list was released by the districts two days ago. But the High Court shocked the TRS government on their appointment. The High Court has ordered not to issue appointment orders until the next orders to candidates nominated for these posts. However, the recruitment process could be maintained. This evolution has become an embarrassment for the government.
Additional HC petition filed by B Harish Kumar, who is from Kareemapally, was also sent to the High Court by the District of Kharmam, alleging that the 9,355 JPS posts were replaced by the provisions of the state. Judge Justice MS Ramchandar Rao is conducting an inquiry. The petitioner’s attorney brought the court to the court that 70,000 objections were expressed on the basic ‘key’. There is a single hallticket number two, three times in the selected list.
How many posts are there to the district? How many marks will be selected for posting? The petitioner’s counsel told the court that the candidates were not aware of the details. Clearly, 50 per cent reservation would not be allowed, but 45 percent for general candidates and 55 per cent reservation for reserved candidates. The Supreme Court ruled that the reservation should be restricted to 50 per cent. The selection process is contrary to the rules. The conclusion is that the appointment orders should not be given until the next orders are given. Notices have been issued to the Chief Secretary of the Panchayat Raj Department. Referring to the counter with full details.