Hon’ble Justice R.K. Deshpande & Hon’ble Justice N.B. Suryawanshi at the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court, issued the notices for final disposal of the matter, returnable after 8 weeks and by way of interim relief, directed the Deputy Inspector General of Police, C.R.P.F., Nagpur, to permit the petitioner to carry out exercise and to place the duly attested certificates on record for consideration for the appointment to the post in question.
One Vaishali Hemraj Lanjewar, resident of Bhandara, Tah. and District- Bhandara, approached to the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court, praying for directions to conduct the fresh detailed medical examination through respondent No.5- Medical Officer, General Hospital, Bhandara.
Her appeal was rejected by the Director General of Police, C.R.P.F., Nagpur on the ground that the ‘signature of the candidate was not attested’ by the medical practitioner.
That, the Court observed that the mistake of not attestation cannot be attributed to the petitioner and prima facie found that the defect is curable and the petitioner may not be at fault, if the Medical Officer has not put his attestation in proper form.
The Court has directed the petitioner- Vaishali Lanjewar to appear before the Medical Officer, General Hospital, Bhandara, on 24/8/2020 and further directed the respondents to file the compliance affidavit.
Adv. Ishwar S. Charlewar with Adv. Mrs. Deepa Charlewar appeared for the petitioner and Shri Charan Dhumane, appeared for the respondent nos.1 to 4.