Urdu teachers case: UP govt files special appeal

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Allahabad, Oct 1 (UNI) Uttar Pradesh government today filed a special appeal challenging an order of a single judge declaring illegal the entire exercise undertaken by the previous Mulayam Singh Yadav regime to appoint 13,000 BTC Urdu teachers in primary schools of the state under the Special BTC Recruitment Scheme.

Chief Standing Counsel M C Chaturvedi informed that the special appeal filed by the State Government will be heard on October 4 by the special appeal bench.

A special appeal had already been filed in the HC by Qamar Raza of Jyotiba Phule Nagar.

The petitioner had challenged the order of Justice Arun Tandon, whereby, it was stated that no urdu teacher could be selected/appointed in primary schools of UP as there was no created posts for them. The court had quashed the ads published in persuance thereof.

The judge had stated that the admissions granted in respect of the said course were illegal and District Institute of Education and Training (DIET) cannot be permitted to provide any further training to the students.

Earlier, a bench comprising Justices H L Gokhale and A Kumar posted the hearing on October 4 after the standing counsel, appearing on behalf of the UP government informed that the state government was also ready to file special appeal against the single judge order.

The government had decided on February 16, 2005, to conduct two years special BTC training course an Urdu for appointment of assistant teachers in various institutions established by the UP Basic Shiksha Parishad, Allahabad.

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