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Azamgarh Poisonous Liquor Case: HC holds government responsible for death of 9 people, seeks reply in 2 weeks

Azamgarh Poisonous Liquor Case: HC holds government responsible for death of 9 people, seeks reply in 2 weeks
Azamgarh Poisonous Liquor Case: HC holds government responsible for death of 9 people, seeks reply in 2 weeks
Prayagraj: The Allahabad High Court has held the state government responsible for giving compensation to the victims in the incident of death of nine people and loss of vision of one person in Azamgarh, Powai police station area. The court said that the manufacture and sale of liquor is under the control of the government. If there is a death, permanent disability due to spurious liquor, then the government is liable to pay compensation to the victims under the Mukhyamantri Kisan and Sarvahit Bima Yojana. 9 of the petitioners are widows. They are poor and not educated. The court has sought a response from the state government on the petition in two weeks. The next hearing will be on September 19.

This order has been given by a division bench of Justice SP Kesarwani and Justice Saurabh Srivastava on the petition of Rani Sonkar and 10 others. The husbands of the petitioners bought and drank branded liquor from the licensed liquor shop, which was poisonous. Due to which most died. One person lost his eye and one is seriously ill. Police registered an FIR and investigated and filed a charge sheet on 2 August 2021. The petition has been filed seeking compensation.

Revised result of teacher recruitment will be released within a week
Whereas in another case The revised result of the examination for the recruitment of 1504 assistant teachers and 390 head teachers in non-government aided junior high schools will be released within a week. On Wednesday, Joint Secretary Basic Education Kamta Prasad Singh and Secretary Examination Regulatory Authority Anil Bhushan Chaturvedi, summoned in the High Court, have given this assurance to the court. The approval to revise the result has already been received by the government. Hearing on the petition filed by Purnima Sharma regarding disturbances in the result, the court of Justice Ashutosh Srivastava has ordered the next hearing of the case on September 12.

The examination regulatory authority conducted the examination for 1504 posts of assistant teacher and 390 posts of headmaster on 17 October 2021, the result of which was declared on 15 November 2021. In this, 43257 candidates were declared successful for the post of assistant teacher and 1722 for the post of headmaster. After the declaration of the result, more than 500 candidates made a written complaint to the government about being given less marks. OMR sheet was also sent as evidence. At the same time, some candidates had also filed a petition in the High Court alleging irregularities in the result.

Meanwhile, when the complaints of the candidates were examined in the government, the allegations of 132 were found to be true. On this basis, the Secretary Examination Regulatory Authority was instructed to get the result tested and prepare the revised result. The new secretary got the result tested and prepared the revised result. After this, permission was sought from the government to declare the revised examination results. It got permission from the government on Tuesday. Now PNP will cancel the previously declared result and release the revised result.

The article is in Hindi

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