The Supreme Court has held that the Kerala High Court was defended in making arrangements of 66 munsiff officers chosen as per the ad issued in the year 2013 which was trailed by an unsavory circumstance as satisfactory number of Gram Nyayalayas had not been built up in the state for chosen contender to be designated to.
Declining to meddle in the arrangements so made, the seat of Justice Arun Mishra and Justice Vineet Sharan stated, “As the occupants were chosen and sent for preparing and were really paid stipend additionally, they couldn’t have been denied the arrangement because of deferral with respect to the State Government of Kerala in making the posts of Gram Nyayalayas because of which, some ban had emerged. Be that as it may, that has been dealt with by properly naming 66 hopefuls. However,list ought not be worked any more”
The solicitor fought that there was blunder in count of opportunities of munsiff officers however senior advice R.Basant, showing up for the benefit of the High Court of Kerala, expressed that there was no such error
He presented that if any blunder is brought up, it is available to the solicitors to record their portrayal and same will be equitably and thoughtfully investigated by the Committee of the High Court on managerial side
“In like manner, we discover no ground to meddle with the arrangements,”
the seat said. It is to be noticed that the high court had led the exam for 81 posts of munsiff justices fully expecting more opening being made with the state government building up more Gram Nyayalayas by year 2014
Be that as it may, the equivalent was not done and 66 applicants wound up being prepared as against the then posts of 38
The high court had then moved the Supreme Court looking for authorization to draft them everything except the request was not engaged. Afterward, the 66 chose applicants were accepted