Maharashtra : Deck for appointment of 832 assistant motor vehicle inspector cleared

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Mumbai, July 23, 2019 : Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and transport minister Mr Diwakar Raote today congratulated the 832 assistant inspectors after the hurdles in their appointment was cleared by the Apex court. These candidates today met Both the ministers.

Some changes in the rules were made for assistant motor vehicle Inspectors by the transport department. The recruitment process started after publishing the advertisement according to these changes but some of the incumbents challenged the recruitment process in the court. The supreme court recently gave the decision on this petition saying that the amended rules were legal and there was nothing wrong in that. It further said that the recruitment process was also legal.

After this decision of the Supreme court, the appointment process of 832 assistant motor vehicle inspector, pending since last two years, has been cleared. In his statement on the court decision, transport minister Mr Diwakar Raote said that the state government is always striving hard to see that priority is given to the recruitment of the youth and as such the complex rules for recruitment of assistant motor vehicle Inspector were made easy, but they were challenged in the court. He said that the apex court has in its decision said that the changes made by the state transport department in the recruitment rules was legal and there was nothing wrong in conducting the recruitment process in accordance to the amended rules. He said that he welcome the decision of the apex court. Mr Raote also said that the candidates who are appointment will be getting the appointment letters soon and transport department has been directed to release the appointment letter, he added.