VLDA: Supreme Court informs Haryana government and Personnel Selection Commission about VLDA appointment and seeks reply within four weeks

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VLDA Earnings News. The appointment process for the Veterinary Livestock Development Assistant (VLDA) of the Haryana Staff Selection Commission seems to be riddled with controversy. The Supreme Court has issued notice to the Haryana government and the Staff Selection Commission on the petition filed by Aman of Rohtak and others regarding the VLDA result and asked them to respond within four weeks. Supreme Court Justice HS Sethi passed these orders after hearing the petition.

These allegations were made in the petition

Rohtak resident Aman and others challenged the VLDA result in the Supreme Court. It called for not only stopping the results but also canceling the job advertisement. The petition states that out of the total 546 posts in the VLDA, 103 posts are reserved for the economically weaker department. In the petition, the court was informed that in this advertisement from 2019, a total of 103 positions, 71 replacement positions and 32 new positions, were reserved for the economically weaker area. The Haryana Staff Selection Commission also announced the result of recruitment on the basis of this reservation on February 4.

10 percent EWS quota

The petition told the court that the information released by the Government of India stated that 10 per cent vacancies in direct recruitment in government posts and services were reserved for EWS. 71 EBPG backlog seats were reserved by mistakenly and illegally adding them to the EWS seats. Which is completely illegal and arbitrary. In this context, the Commission was informed that vacancies in the EWS category were advertised at a quota of more than 10 percent, but no action was taken.

Call for cancellation of results

The petition asked the Supreme Court to annul this result and direct the Commission to enter reservation as per the rules and convert 71 seats of EBPG backlog into at-large seats and publish new results. After hearing all parties, the Supreme Court notified all defendants on March 7 and invited them to respond.

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