Justice R. K. Deshpande and Amit B Borkar at the Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court directed the deputy inspector general of police CRPF Hingna to permit the petitioners to carry out such exercise and place the duly attested certificates on record for consideration for appointment to the posts in question.
The petitioners Sachin Noklal Meshram, Himanshu Katre, Vishal Ramrame, Dinesh Kukde, Ashish Gate, Dipak Maraskolhe, and Dinesh Maraskolhe approached before the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court through their counsel Ishwar S. Charlewar praying for directions to quash and set aside the order passed by the deputy general of police thereby rejecting the appeal filed by the petitioners on the ground that the photograph and the thumb impression was not attested by the medical practitioner.
The court observed that the matter can be sorted out if the respondent No.2 medical officer complies with the requirement of attestation of photo and thumb impression, and further observed that prima facie the defect is curable and the petitioners may not be at fault if the medical officer has not put his attestation in proper form.
That the court permitted the petitioners to appear before the medical officer along with the communication of the deputy inspector general of police CRPF Hingna on 30 June 2020.
Adv. Ishwar S. Charlewar appeared for the petitioner and Ms. N. P. Mehta AGP for respondent No. 1 and 2