Allahabad High Court has sought a personal affidavit from Secretary, Examination Regulatory Authority, Anil Bhushan Chaturvedi within 48 hours on the contempt petition related to the demand for appointment in 69000 assistant teacher recruitment. Justice Rohit Ranjan Aggarwal has given this order on the contempt petitions of Upendra Kumar Dayal, Alka Dubey and many other candidates. The High Court has given this time of 48 hours to the Secretary Regulatory Authority to file a personal affidavit regarding compliance with the order of 25 August 2021. Besides, the advocate of Secretary Basic Education Council has also been instructed to give information about the progress of appointment related work in the next hearing in this matter.
Advocates Anurag Tripathi and Rahul Kumar Mishra sought permission to make Secretary Basic Education Council Pratap Singh Baghel a party in the petition. Said that the state government has lost in this case before the Supreme Court. Despite this, the order to give one mark to the petitioners has not been complied with till now. On October 4, the examination regulatory authority had said that the order had been complied with. On this, the court had asked to file an affidavit but this was not done. Taking this seriously, the Court has given 48 hours time to the Secretary, Examination Regulatory Authority, to file a personal affidavit that one mark has been given to the petitioners in compliance with the order.
It is noteworthy that on August 25, 2021, the High Court had ordered to give one mark to the petitioners on the petition challenging the wrong answer key released by the examination regulatory authority on May 9, 2020, which has not been complied with till now.