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Alleged tempering in check-sheet by PSC: High Court directs Crime Branch to investigate
10/22/2019 9:58:49 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 22: J&K High Court on Tuesday directed Crime Branch of investigate the case of alleged tempering of check-sheet by the Public Service Commission to debar deserving and meritorious candidates from selection list.
The High Court has given these directions in response to petition filed by Smiley Sharma whose grievance was that while evaluating her merit for the post of Assistant Professor in the discipline of Environmental Sciences in the Higher Education Department, her two publications published in the national and international journals were not taken into consideration. She has also alleged that tempering was made in check-sheet.
Justice Tashi Rabstan after hearing Senior advocate MK Bhardwaj with Advocate Vasu Dubey for the petitioner whereas AAG FA Natnoo for the Public Service Commission, directed Senior Superintendent of Police, Crime Branch, Jammu to investigate the matter thoroughly and also get the Check Sheet of petitioner, more particularly as observed hereinabove, verified through Forensic Science Laboratory.
Justice Tashi Rabstan further directed PSC to make the record available without any delay as per the requisition of Crime Branch.
Justice Tashi Rabstan further directed Crime Branch that during investigation, if it finds something fishy and/or tampering has been made in the Check Sheet of petitioner, then the Crime Branch is at liberty to registered FIR against the person or persons involved in the scam and then proceed against them under law howsoever big and influential they may be. It is made clear that if this Court does not satisfy with the investigation of Crime Branch, the Court then may opt to send the Check Sheet of petitioner to a Forensic Science Laboratory outside the State of J&K and will take recourse accordingly. High Court further directed that the investigation be completed positively within a period of one month from 22nd October, 2019.
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