The state government has filed an affidavit in Patna High Court for early hearing on the appointment of more than one lakh primary and secondary teachers in the state of Bihar. & nbsp; Advocate Lalit Kishore, on behalf of the state government, has requested a bench headed by the Chief Justice for early hearing. At the same time, the court has also accepted the request of the state government and said that a decision will be taken to hear the matter soon.
Ban on appointment due to the matter related to reservation of persons with disabilities
Please tell that last year an advertisement was given for the appointment of teachers, in which a large number of applications were also received. But during the hearing of a case related to reservation for the differently abled, the High Court had stayed the appointments. Only after the removal of this ban, the process of reinstatement of teachers will start. In this case, the state government has gone ahead and requested the court to hear it, which has also been approved by the court.
Government accepts four percent reservation for differently-abled people
The Advocate General said before the Bench headed by the Chief Justice in the Court that a counter affidavit has been filed by the State Government and the Court has been assured that the Divyang Candidates will get the benefit of four percent reservation under the law.
& nbsp; The Advocate General also told the Bench that the case could not be heard in March last due to Corona. Due to this, the process of appointment of teachers is pending. At the same time, he also told the court that the government has accepted the demand of the applicant, in such a situation there is no justification for banning the reinstatement of teachers. & nbsp; With these arguments, the Advocate General requested the court to hear the matter at the earliest.
Restrictions on recruitment process of teachers expected to be removed soon
In the matter, Bihar state education minister Vijay Kumar said that & nbsp; After getting approval from Patna High Court, government primary and secondary schools & nbsp; Will start the process of appointing more than one lakh teachers.
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