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SC: Govt. Can’t Create Posts & Absorb Those in Service in the Absence of Sanctioned Posts - (12 Apr 2023)

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Supreme Court has observed that government can’t be compelled to create post and absorb people who are continuing in service of the State, in the absence of sanctioned posts.

Tags : SUPREME COURT HAS OBSERVED THAT GOVERNMENT CAN’T BE COMPELLED TO CREATE POST AND ABSORB PEOPLE WHO ARE CONTINUING IN SERVICE OF THE STATE   IN THE ABSENCE OF SANCTIONED POSTS.  

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