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Alok Kumar Upadhyay v. Union Of India, Thru' Secre. Ministry Home, And Others - WRIT - A No. 71603 of 2005  RD-AH 6105 (22 November 2005)
HON. ARUN TANDON, J.
Heard Sri Rakesh Kumar Pandey Advocate on behalf of the petitioner and Sri Harish Chandra Dubey Advocate on behalf of the respondents.
It is contended that the petitioner Alok Kumar Upadhyaya had qualified the written examination held for selection on the post of A.S.I. Steno/Head Constable (MIN). The petitioner was invited for participation in the short-hand speed test under letter dated June, 2005. According to the petitioner the date of type test was mentioned as 12th November, 2005, accordingly, the petitioner approached the office of respondent for said type text. On the said date the petitioner was informed that the type text has already taken place in the month of July, 2005. On behalf of the petitioner it is contented that the respondents have illegally denied consideration of the claim of the petitioner inasmuch as the petitioner was not informed of any date fixed in the month of July, 2005 for type test. Hence the present writ petition.
Without entering into the merits of the claim set up by the petitioner, writ petition is disposed of with liberty to petitioner to file a representation supported by such documents, as he may be advised, in respect of the grievance raised in the present writ petition, before respondent no. 2. On such representation being made, respondent no. 2 shall call for the records and shall pass a reasoned speaking order strictly in accordance with law, preferably within four weeks from the date representation is so made. In case it is found that the petitioner had not been intimated of any date for type test in the month of July, 2005, the respondents shall take necessary consequential action, as may be permissible under law within two weeks thereafter.
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