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Govt directed to declare pending results
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, MAR 3 (NPN):
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Published on 4 Mar. 2011 12:46 AM IST
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Gauhati High Court on Thursday has directed the Nagaland government to declare the examination results which were withheld due to the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by the Chakhesang Public Organisation (CPO) on reservation policy for backward tribes at Gauhati High Court in November 2010. Reliable sources from Gauhati High Court said that the High Court passed the order following the miscellaneous petition filed by the state government seeking its permission for declaration of result for the recruitment examinations pending final judgment on the PIL, some time in the last week of December 2010.
Sources disclosed that the copy of the order for declaration of results was expected in 2-3 days time. They also added that even though the proposed hearing for reservation policy was not taken up by the Court on Thursday, the high court passed the order to declare withheld examination results after examining the miscellaneous petition filed by the state government seeking its permission for declaration of the results.
Meanwhile, the final hearing on the reservation policy which was deferred by the court would come up another time, sources added.
It may be mentioned that the chief secretary Lalthara, had earlier stated that the results for LDA-cum-Computer Assistant results were ready and was awaiting the High Court’s order.
When contacted, NSF president, Mutsikhoyo Yhobu said if the High Court has directed the state government to declare the pending results, the government should promptly declare the result without delay. He also added that since the NSF was yet to receive the high court order, directing the state government to declare the pending results, the students’ body would first confirm with the court and then ask the state government to declare the results at the earliest.

 
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