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TPSC yet to publish mains result of TCS/TPS-2016 even after High Court’s Order : Aspirants to petition ‘Contempt of Court’ against State Govt, failures on all fronts expose BJP Govt’s misrule
TIWN July 5, 2019
TPSC yet to publish mains result of TCS/TPS-2016 even after High Court’s Order : Aspirants to petition ‘Contempt of Court’ against State Govt, failures on all fronts expose BJP Govt’s misrule
PHOTO : Left : TPSC office, Right : Tripura High Court.

AGARATALA, July 5 (TIWN): In another shocking development, TPSC continued to ignore High Court’s order of publishing TCS/TPS-2016 result. BJP State Govt after assuming power, cancelled all ongoing recruitments and Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC) even though an independent body but it also cancelled all ongoing recruitments. Job aspirants knocked Govt’s door various times to reinstall the interview process but their pleas were not accepted.Then job aspirants filed various cases against the Govt’s move as well as TPSC. In such a case, Tripura High court has given the verdict vide case -W.P.(C) No-831/2018 on 14.05.2019 pointing out that there is no political motivation for recruit of Civil servants that envisaged in the Constitution and asked the TPSC to complete the recruitment process by 8 (eight) weeks after receiving the order.But till date TPSC didn't publish the said result which is nothing but “Contempt of Court”.Official Sources confirmed that TPSC wrote to G.P & T department for further course of action in this matter but G.P & T didn't response and hence the earlier recruitment process of TCS/TPS officers went to cold storage.

Few officials misinterpret the govt that those candidates are from CPI-M backed and they must not get appointment but this exam was started under supervision of Tripura High Court.Moreover those who appeared in the mains exam of TCS/TPS had already cleared many exams of TPSC and even many are working under the Govt Department in lower posts.

However candidates decided to file case against government due to contempt of court by the state Govt soon.

There are various cases filed against the Govt by unemployed youths including TSR job aspirants.

Tripura High Court has ordered State Govt to appoint interview passed Dept of Economic and Statistics job aspirants. The petition was filed in support of filling up the posts for which recruitment started in the Dept in 2016 and also the process of recruitment was completed by 2017 but BJP Govt had cancelled all the ongoing recruitment process including completed the completed recruitment processes. The recruitment process was completed in 2017 but due to Assembly Election 2018 the joining process was stopped but after coming in power BJP Govt cancelled all ongoing recruitments including appointments like Statistic Depts. High Court in a verdict has asked the State Govt to complete the appointments within 8 months. The interview process had started in 2016 and within 2017 it was almost completed. One of the interview passed candidate Ramendra Chaudhury had filed a petition in the High Court and Advocate Purushottom Roy Barman has represented the petitioner.

Noteworthy, just 16 months have gone that BJP has formed a Govt in Tripura, but has failed to fulfil its biggest promise of 50000 Govt jobs will be given in the first year.

Then all the ongoing recruitments have been stopped led many unemployed youths to file case against the Govt in the High Court. Within 14 months of a Govt such a poor condition was unexpected before the election. Various cases were filed centering issues like TSR job, Teachers Job, TCS / TPS jobs.

Tripura High Court already has issued a notice to State Govt while hearing a petition filed by unemployed teaching job aspirants, regarding the delay of recruitment of 791 B.Ed holder TET Qualifiers. Instead of recruiting B.Ed holders, TET qualifiers, Govt of Tripura managed permission from centre for “special relaxation” in teachers recruitment and CM Biplab Deb himself rushed to Delhi, wrote various letters for this relaxation. 

The 791 TET qualified job aspirants also staged massive agitation before filing case in the High Court. 

With another major jolt High Court in a verdict has ordered Tripura Govt to complete the recruitment process within 8 months for TCS / TPS exam. At the same time, High Court also said that new recruitment policy will not be effective to the previous Govt led ongoing recruitment. It may be recalled after assuming power, BJP-IPFT Govt cancelled each exam conducted by TPSC including TCS / TPS (30 seats) which was already under High Court’s observation, even though TPSC is an autonomous body.

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