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Sumendra Pal Maurya v. State Of U.P. And Others - WRIT - A No. 23879 of 2007  RD-AH 9709 (21 May 2007)
Court No. 39
Civil Misc. Writ Petition No. 23879 of 2007
Sumendra Pal Maurya
State of U.P and others
Petitioner applied for consideration of his claim for Special B.T.C. Course 2004. Petitioner submits that his name was finalized for being selected and appointed on the post of Shiksha Mitra in the list which had been prepared on 04.01.2006 and thereafter petitioner was asked to appear for verification of the record on 09.01.2006. Petitioner submits that in between he was arrayed as an accused in Case Crime No. 108 of 2005 under Sections 147,148,149,302, 201 IPC and Section 3(2) (V) of S.C & ST (PA) Act P.S. Sultanpur Ghosh, district Fatehpur and was sent to Jail on 17.12.2005. Petitioner submits that he has been released on bail on 24.06.2006, as such directives be issued to respondents to take fresh verification and he be permitted to complete his training.
Once the list has been finalized on 04.01.2006 and as per said list petitioner had to present himself alongwith all testimonials for counselling and it was categorically mentioned therein that in the event of otherwise petitioner himself would be responsible, then in the said contingency if petitioner has undisputedly not appeared in the counselling on 09.01.2006, and reason for non-appearance is apparent of being in Fetehpur Jail in Case Crime No. 108 of 2005 under Sections 147,148,149,302, 201 IPC and Section 3(2) (V) of S.C & ST (PA) Act P.S. Sultanpur Ghosh, district Fatehpur then the authorities can not be said to be at fault. Once precise date was fixed and on the said date petitioner was in Jail, then , as far as this Court is concerned, this Court does will come to the rescue of the petitioner by giving directives to the respondents to entertain the petitioner for counselling and sent him for training.
In the fact and circumstances of the present case no relief can be accorded to the petitioner specially when counselling has already taken place and therein petitioner was not present on account of being lodged in jail.
Consequently, writ petition is dismissed.
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