Public Service Commission's Way Opened for the Recruitment of New Employees: With the publication of the Supreme Court's verdict on the staff adjustment dispute, the way has been opened for the Public Service Commission to conduct the entire examination.
The Constitutional Bench of Acting Chief Justice Deepak Kumar Karki, Justices Bishwambhar Prasad Shrestha, Anil Kumar Sinha, Bam Kumar Shrestha, and Tank Bahadur Moktan dismissed all the writ petitions related to the Public Service Commission and cleared the way for the examination.
"All the writ petitions related to the suspension of the Public Service Commission's examination have been rejected", Supreme Court spokesperson Bimal Paudel said, "With the decision, the way has been opened for the Public Service Commission to conduct all the stalled examinations." According to him, the matter of staff adjustment is to be settled where there are vacancies, while the disputes of the provinces are to be settled within the province. All information will be known only after the full written text of the verdict.
With the Supreme Court dismissing the petition against the staff adjustment, the way has been opened for the Public Service Commission to recruit new employees. 99 writ petitions were dismissed against the Public Service Commission in the hearing held together
In the cases related to other staff adjustments, writs against staff adjustments have been issued in some cases and orders have been issued in some other writs. According to the supreme administration, 13 writs have been issued with injunctions and others have been dismissed.
According to the Public Service Commission, more than 1,000 posts in the civil service have not been filled for three years due to the case. Nayab Subba, Kharidar, and Officer level technical and administrative posts were stopped for almost a thousand employees.