HC upholds selection of 243 dental surgeons
Jammu, Oct 21: The High Court on Friday upheld the selection and appointment of 243 dental surgeons in the health and medical education department.
Justice Muhammad Yaqoob Mir of JK High Court Jammu in a writ petition challenging, the selection upheld the selection and appointment of 243 dental surgeons by the Public Service Commission.
The petitions had challenged the selection and appointment of 243 dental surgeons on various grounds, including the plea that the list figured names of some relatives of members of Public Service Commission (PSC) and ministers.
Justice Muhammad Yaqoob Mir, after hearing battery for lawyers for both the sides, in the 24 pages approved for reporting judgment, observed that in the totality of the circumstances what emerges was that the challenge thrown to the selection and appointment of the respondents number 243 was without any merit.
All the petitions accordingly being devoid of any merit and are dismissed along with connected CMPs. This judgment was announced by Justice Hasnain Massodi on behalf of Justice Yaqoob Mir. JNF
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