The notice was issued following a petition alleging HSSC’s failure to verify the selection of candidates with bogus marks and details of candidates in its revised selection list announced on June 23.
According to the petitioners, even such candidates whose father is alive have been given additional marks for being orphans, and those already selected in government service are being given additional marks under a category in which neither candidate Nor is there any member of the candidate’s family. in government job.
A list of 17 such candidates including alleged discrepancies in allotment of marks to them by HSSC is annexed to the petition.
The matter will now come up for further hearing on October 10. Justice Arun Monga issued the notice after taking cognizance of a petition filed by Joginder Panghal, a resident of Dang Kalan village in Bhiwani district, and 22 others. The petitioners have sought a direction to cancel the revised result of the clerks claiming to be in the waiting list.
“There is every possibility of giving fake marks to more candidates as the petitioners do not have complete data. Intensive scrutiny/checking of marks is required. The commission has become accustomed that it first makes mistakes and then takes innocent candidates to the HC with their grievances. Thus, not only the job of judicial staff is increasing but the time of the High Court is also being wasted. Thus, an inquiry into the conduct of the Commission and its employees is necessary as there is every possibility that this is being done deliberately to benefit some ‘favourite’ candidates.”
Advocates for the petitioners Ravinder Singh Dhullu Argued that there is hardly any such recruitment in which the Commission has not made a mistake. The petitioners have also prayed for imposing high cost on the Commission, its employees, Chairman, Sand members who are taking the future of the candidates lightly. On 25 April, HC had ordered HSSC to revise the merit list of selected clerks in 2020. About 4,800 clerks working in various departments of the state were affected by this order. On the instructions of the HC, the result was revised and 1,178 clerks selected in the previous list were shown the door.