DB asks Writ Court to decide petitions
FINAL SENIORITY LIST OF KAS
Jammu: The Division Bench of Jammu and Kashmir High Court on Saturday asked the Writ Court to decide the petitions on final seniority list of KAS, within six to eight weeks.
The Division Bench comprising Chief Justice F M Ibrahim Kalifulla and Justice Virender Singh asked the Single Bench to ensure that the petitions are decided preferably within six to eight weeks in order to bring a lasting solution to the issues raised between the petitioners and the respondents.
The Court of Justice Mansoor Ahmed Mir had on September 30 had observed that in view of the averments contained in petitions and the report of ‘Varghese Committee, the Court was of the considered view that the petitioners have made a case for admission. The Court had admitted all the petitions for hearing and issued notice to the respondents.
Pertinently, in last paragraph of the impugned final seniority list, it was provided that if any person was aggrieved, he could make an application for review. The Single Judge had directed all writ petitions to be listed after three weeks after September 30. “All the writ petitions will be listed before the Single Judge on October 28 on expiry of three weeks period.” JNF
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