Ban on Outsourced appointment on approved posts in Jharkhand High Court notification latest news today in hindi

Jharkhand High Court (JHC) Hearing: Ban on outsourced appointment on approved posts latest news update 2022

The court asked the government to strictly follow the order, said the outsourced appointment on the approved posts is illegal

Latest Updated On 23/09/2022: Jharkhand High Court has stayed the appointment on outsourced posts in the state till further orders. The court of Justice Anand Sen directed the government to strictly comply with this order of the High Court and asked it to file a reply in three weeks. The court also directed to send a copy of this order to the Chief Secretary (CS).

The court gave this order while hearing the petition of Laxmikant Guinn related to the appointment. The court said that during the hearing in many cases it has come to the fore that the government is continuously making outsourced appointments against the sanctioned posts. Prima facie such appointments are illegal. The government is not the employer of those who are being appointed against the sanctioned vacant posts. The government cannot take action against such employees in case of any discrepancy as there is no employer-employee relationship between the two. There is no control over such employees. In such a situation, outsourced appointment on the approved posts cannot be considered valid. The court appointed advocates Manoj Tandon, Inderjit Sinha and Sumeet Gadodia as amacus curiae to assist in the matter.

Ban on Outsourced appointment on approved posts in JHC notification latest news update in hindi

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The court also said

  • Government does not have control over outsourced employees
  • Instructions to the government to file a reply in three weeks
  • Instruction to send copy of order to Chief Secretary

What is in the petition

The petitioner Laxmikant Guinn had opposed outsourced recruitment to government posts by filing a petition. He had said that permanent appointment should be made. On this, the court said that many petitions are pending against this decision of the government. The next hearing of the case will take place after 4 weeks.

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