Allahabad High Court has sought reply from the Basic Education Council and the State Government in the matter of not giving appointment letters to 12091 candidates selected in the recruitment of 72825 assistant teachers despite counselling. The court has asked the Secretary Basic Education Council to file an affidavit in this matter and explain why appointment letters were not issued to the selected candidates.
Justice Manjeev Shukla has given this order on the petition of Vinay Kumar Pandey and other candidates after hearing advocate Agnihotri Kumar Tripathi and government lawyer. Advocate Agnihotri Kumar Tripathi, representing the selected candidates, said that the matter of recruitment of 72825 assistant teachers had reached the Supreme Court. On the instructions of the Supreme Court, the Basic Education Council prepared a list of eligible candidates scoring 65 to 70 percent marks. In which 12091 candidates were selected. His counseling was also done but he was not issued appointment letter. On the other hand, the state government filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court and informed that a total of 66655 candidates have been appointed. After this information, the Supreme Court disposed of the petition.
After this, some of the selected 12091 candidates again went to the Supreme Court and told that they were also among the 66655 selected candidates but they have not been given the appointment letter yet. On this, the Supreme Court directed the petitioners to present their views before the High Court. After that this petition was filed. While hearing the petition, the High Court has asked the Basic Education Council to file a reply and explain why appointment letters have not been issued to these selected candidates till now.
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