Allahabad High Court ordered instruction to consider the appointment of a dependent diving for a married daughter in a dependent quota

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Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated July 19, 2021 8:04 PM IST

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The Allahabad Supreme Court has ordered the SP Banda to make a decision after considering the appointment of a police officer’s married daughter to the deceased dependents quota. The court found that the married daughter also belonged to the family.

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The Allahabad Supreme Court has ordered the SP Banda to make a decision after considering the appointment of a police officer’s married daughter to the deceased dependents quota. The court found that the married daughter also belonged to the family. Judge Saral Srivastava issued this order at the request of Pushpa Devi. The petitioner’s lawyer alleged that the petitioner’s father was a police officer. The women were posted in the police station. He died on April 22nd, 20 while serving. The petitioner applied for an appointment in the deceased dependent quota on 21 January. But no action is taken. Referring to the decision in the Manjul Srivastava case, the petitioner requested an appointment. The court has ordered the petitioner to re-file within two weeks and SP Banda to make a decision within two months. conversation

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The Allahabad Supreme Court has ordered the SP Banda to make a decision after considering the appointment of a police officer’s married daughter to the deceased dependents quota. The court found that the married daughter also belonged to the family. Judge Saral Srivastava issued this order at the request of Pushpa Devi.

The petitioner’s lawyer alleged that the petitioner’s father was a police officer. The women were posted in the police station. He died on April 22nd, 20 while serving. The petitioner applied for an appointment in the deceased dependent quota on 21 January. But no action is taken. Referring to the decision in the Manjul Srivastava case, the petitioner requested an appointment. The court has instructed the petitioner to resubmit within two weeks and SP Banda to make a decision within two months. conversation

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