HC stays paramedics selection list
Srinagar, Apr 12: The state High Court has stayed the provisional selection list of X-ray assistants, directing Services Selection Board (SSB) ‘not to act upon the selection list’ till further orders.
Moreover, the Court issued notices to the officials and private respondents for filing their response to the petition.
The Court of Justice Hasnain Massodi after hearing the arguments of the counsel for the petitioners, Parvaiz Ahmad Lone, stayed the selection list of 33 X-ray assistants, which was notified last months (in March).
The petitioners Altaf Ahmad Malik and six others, through their counsel submitted before the court that SSB selected some of the candidates through ‘forged’ diploma and 12th class certificates and ignored the academic merit of petitioners in violation of rules.
The counsel for the petitioners submitted that some of the candidates were selected on the basis of ‘fake and fabricated documents’ for post of the X-ray assistants, which they submitted while filling their application.
“Some candidates have committed fraud and misrepresentation in connivance with the officials while submitting their application forms hence deserve to be quashed,” the counsel argued.
Pertinently, Greater Kashmir on March 19, 2012, had reported that the prime recruiting agency SSB had selected candidates allegedly through forged certificates for various paramedical posts.
Official documents had revealed that some of the candidates appearing in the selection list for various paramedical posts had forged their diploma and 12th class certificates as marks written on the selection list are higher than their real marks. Interestingly, the candidates with forged marks cards are shown at the top positions.
The SSB on March 10 had issued the selection list of candidates under district and divisional cadres for which the applications were invited in 2010. However, the fresh revelation of forged certificates has put the selection process by SSB in dock.
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