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Supreme Court’s 2-Week Deadline To High Court Over Delhi Police Chief Rakesh Asthana’s Appointment

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Supreme Court's 2-Week Deadline To High Court Over Delhi Top Cop's Appointment

Rakesh Asthana was appointed Delhi Police Commissioner in July, 4 days earlier than his retirement.

New Delhi:

The Supreme Court at this time requested the Delhi High Court to determine inside two weeks the plea pending earlier than it difficult the appointment of senior IPS officer Rakesh Asthana because the Delhi Police Commissioner.

The 1984-batch IPS officer, who had shifted to the Union cadre from Gujarat and was earlier serving because the Drector General of Border Security Force, was appointed Delhi Police Commissioner on July 27, 4 days earlier than his retirement on July 31.

He can have a tenure of 1 yr because the police chief of the nationwide capital.

A bench comprising Chief Justice NV Ramana and justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant permitted NGO ‘Centre for Public Interest Litigation’ (CPIL) to maneuver to the Delhi High Court to intervene within the pending plea towards the appointment of Rakesh Asthana.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, showing for the Centre, stated that some extra time be given to the excessive courtroom as the federal government must file its response to the pending plea there.

The petition, moved by advocate Prashant Bhushan, urged the courtroom to put aside the Centre’s order to nominate Mr Asthana after extending his service interval.
 

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