Common Man is waiting for 7 Years for his Posting
Dear & Responsible Readers,
Below is the story of the Indian Judicial System. The typical administrative system which chock the progress of the country and also the double standard of the government on the employment issue as on one hand not giving the posting against vacant positions, merely due to lack of fund to pay salaries and on other hand declaring the new employments ! What a common man can do against this? He can only fight by the right given by democracy!
Applications are invited for the post of Assistant (Junior Clerk) for Amreli District Court of Gujarat Stat through an advertisement no :- B/ 1 / 1999, published in “ Akila “ evening daily news paper on 22/10/1999, Friday. The written exam was scheduled on 02/04/2000 (Sunday) and successful candidates then called for typing test. The candidates, successfully passed the typing test were called for personal interview in March – 2001.Gujarat High Court has sent the list of 44 candidates, selected after personal interview to the Amreli District Court in January 2003, for publication By April 2003, 1 to 22 candidates out of 44 selected, has been posted at different courts under the Amreli District Court. By the year 2005, another 4 candidates has been posted. But from year 1999 to 2006, after more than 7 years, remaining 18 selected candidates out of 44 have not been given posting.
According to the right to information act, I came to know that there are about 10 vacant post for assistant (junior clerk), under the Amreli District Court, then also nothing has been done to fill the position though 18 selected candidates are waiting their posting for more than 7 years.
In July 2005, a chief civil judge court has been approved in Kukavav taluka and many fast trek courts have been started under the Amreli District Court.
According to an article by the Times of India, India is having 13 judges per million people. There is 3 crore pending cases, 2.55 crore in the District and Sub ordinate courts, 35.6 lakh in High Courts and 39,000 in the Supreme Court, 25 % of vacancies in high courts remain unfilled. On the contrary the centre and the state government are spending more on generating new employment though the posts are vacant from selected candidates!
For the people of the great democratic country