Police Patil: MAT pulls up two SDOs for ‘illegal’ appointments
| Tuesday | 16th April, 2019
AdvertisingThe Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal (MAT) recently pulled up sub-divisional officers (SDO) in Aurangabad and Hingoli districts for irregularities in appointing candidates for the post of Police Patil.
The tribunal’s member, B P Patil, ruled in favour of the complainant, quashing Gore’s appointment and issuing a show-cause notice to Satalakar.
Jadhav, in his complaint, stated that the selected candidate, Ankush Gore, did not have a non-creamy layer certificate on the date he had appeared for his oral exam.
In the first case, 44-year-old farmer Bansilal Jaiswal, a Hingoli resident, had filed an appeal after being overlooked for the post of Police Patil.
The advertisement inviting applications for the post stated that candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes (OBC) Non-Creamy Layer should submit relevant certificate on December 20, 2017, which was the deadline.
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