The Court directed the concerned authorities to redress the petitioner’s grievance even if he is not qualified for the absorption by the concerned department: High Court Of Patna

The petitioner filed a writ petition pleading the court to direct a writ petition in the form of mandamus in order to get consumed by the concerned department for the opportunity. the court after considering all facts and circumstances passed the order in favor of the petitioner thereby directing the authorities to take the required steps. The Hon’ble High Court of Patna before Mr. Justice P. B. Bajanthri in the Md. Sahroj Alam and Ors v. The State of Bihar and Ors[Civil Writ Jurisdiction Case No.35 of 2021]. 

The facts of the case were that the petitioner filed a writ petition and plead for the issuance of an order in the form of mandamus to the authorities as per the employment of the State Government as the petitioner was an exinstructors of non-formal education. He further asked for considering him as equals and giving treatment similar to the other cases of similar nature and passing other necessary orders that the court may find deemed to be fit in the current case.

The grievance was only for the issuance of the directions to the concerned authorities to consider the petitioner’s name for the absorption of the available opportunity by the concerned department.

The Hon’ble High Court Of Patna hence directed them to take a note of the grievance brought up by the petitioner and the same shall be redressed by the authorities concerned in accordance to law to the valid extent hat whether the petitioner was entitled to and for the absorption of the opportunity in the respective department or not. If the required parameters are fulfilled by the petitioner and in the same manner then the necessary action shall be taken in order to absorb the services in the concerned department. Whereas in the event of non-fulfillment necessary speak orders shall be passed and communicated. The Petition was hence disposed of on the terms and conditions given by the court.

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