No rationale behind exclusion of married daughters from compassionate appointment scheme: Tripura High Court

A Bench headed by Chief Justice Indrajity Mahanty upheld a single-judge verdict that had held as unconstitutional, the Tripura government's exclusion of married daughters from compassionate appointments.
Chief Justice Indrajit Mahanty and Justice SG Chattopadhyay with Tripura High Court
Chief Justice Indrajit Mahanty and Justice SG Chattopadhyay with Tripura High Court

The Tripura High Court on Tuesday held the State government's exclusion of married daughters from compassionate appointments under the die-in-harness scheme had no rationale and struck down a government notification that excluded married daughters from such appointments [State of Tripura vs Debashri Chakraborty and ors.].

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