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Support 832 young officers (Recommended by MPSC) to get justice in SC

Lets start with who we are
               We are 832 candidates recommended by Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) for the post of Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector. We are part of youth which is inspired to be in public service. But, after proving ourselves through tough preliminary examination (Date. 30 April 2017) and mains examination (Date. 6 August 2017) conducted by MPSC got recommendation letter (Date. 3 April 2018).


Lets understand why we are here
                      But, Rajesh Phate ( who didn't even appeared for examination) challenged the rules which were the basis for conduction of examination (RR 2016 dated.23/12/2016) in Nagpur Bench of high court (Writ. Petition 1270/2018 Filing date- 27/2/2018). Unfortunately, Maharashtra Government failed to defend their own RR 2016 due to delay and negligence. On 28/9/2018, High court given judgment which almost threw all of us out of recruitment process. We were at the verge of loosing our earned job.

                  
 Then we all got united. Protested against government regionally as well as centrally at Azaad Maidan (Date. 29 oct 2018) and demanded justice for 832 recommended candidates.  

  
                         This time we took precaution & learnt from previous experience. So, instead of depending and waiting for government, within two months after result of HC, we filed our first SLP (Special Leave Petition) in Supreme Court of India. Permission to file SLP was granted Supreme court on 26 Nov. 2018 with directions to maintain status quo. Honorable judges also find merit in our case so, they granted permission to file SLP(C) No. 031957/ 2018. (VISHAL ASHOK THORAT vs. RAJESH SHRIRAMBAPU FATE Diary No.- 41887 - 2018). 41887_2018_Order_26-Nov-2018.
                         We filed one more SLP (ABHIJIT APPASAHEB VASAGADE vs.
RAJESH SHRIRAMBABU FATE Diary No.-41905/2018), which was tagged our previous filed SLP with maintaining status quo on 10 dec. 2018. 41905_2018_Order_10-Dec-2018
                         Mean while, we started to build pressure on government to file SLP through various Social Media Campaigns. We also took help of regional political leaders to make government file SLP which was important link in this case. 

 
                  All our efforts and firm support of Divakar Raote  resulted in SLP from Maharashtra Government (THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA  Vs RAJESH SHRIRAMBAPU FATE & ORS. Diary No.- 296- 2019 ), which was tagged to our previous filed SLP with maintaining status quo on 15 Feb. 2019. 296_2019_Order_15-Feb-2019.
                          Even, Central government amended section 213 of Motor vehicle act 1989 through notification published on 8 March 2019. (In exercise of the powers conferred by sub section 4 of section 213 of the Motor Vehicles Act 1989) This is biggest change taken place in 30 years  which is totally in sync with rules set by state government for our recruitment as AMVI.
  
 
Why we need support in form of crowdfunding
                         During this struggle as a young, well educated, qualified youth of india, everyone of us went through financial crisis from start. This is because of time consuming examination conduction & joining process. Legal difficulties stretched us financially as well as mentally to our braking point. Still, we have a faith in India's judiciary system. One thought keeps us motivating all the time that " we have earned the post. We will fight for our right till the end. we want justice".                                                
                         We all unitedly raised money for our fight in supreme court. We had best senior councils to plead from our side such as Kapil Sibbal, Mukul Rohatgi, Paramjet singh Patwalia, neeraj kishan kaul etc. But as number of hearing are increasing, we are running out of money. Now, we are in stage of final hearing and need money to appoint best senior councils to impact fully represent our side.
                     So, your help will be turning point for us in this fight for our right. So, please donate for young, well educated, qualified officers to get their right.
                       
           



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23rd July 2020
This july 19, 2020, we all celebrated anniversary of supreme court victory. This was possible just because of support given by you all. We all are thankful to you.

In this one year, we got into the service and serving Maharashtra Motor Vehicle Department of Maharashtra Government at respective posting as Probationary Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector. Meanwhile, Some of batches successfully completed their training at well known institutes such as Central Institute Of Road Transport, Pune, YASHADA, Pune and Maharashtra Police Academy, Nashik. And Training for remaining batches in Que.

Along with this, when world is suffering during this pandemics, everyone is on duty to fight against corona virus as a corona worrier. These are just glimpses of how one year molded us all.

In the end, we all want to thank everyone supported us and to promise everyone that we will try to pay back society through our good deeds.
This july 19, 2020, we all celebrated anniversary of supreme court victory. This was possible just because of support given by you all. We all are thankful to you.

In this one year, we got into the service and serving Maharashtra Motor Vehicle Department of Maharashtra Government at respective posting as Probationary Assistant Motor Vehicle Inspector. Meanwhile, Some of batches successfully completed their training at well known institutes such as Central Institute Of Road Transport, Pune, YASHADA, Pune and Maharashtra Police Academy, Nashik. And Training for remaining batches in Que.

Along with this, when world is suffering during this pandemics, everyone is on duty to fight against corona virus as a corona worrier. These are just glimpses of how one year molded us all.

In the end, we all want to thank everyone supported us and to promise everyone that we will try to pay back society through our good deeds.
20th July 2019
                                       **** We got justice in Supreme Court.****







To Read Final Judgment click here - 41887_2018_11_1501_15142_Judgement_19-Jul-2019.pdf

Public Interest Litigation Should Not Be Entertained In Service Matter, Reiterates SC

41. For the purposes of the present case, we are of the view that contention pertaining to validity of Rule 3(iii), Rule 3(iv) and Rule 4 of the Rules, 2016 need not to be gone into and the issues be left open to be decided in an appropriate case. 

42.In view of the forgoing discussions, we allow these appeals, set aside the judgment of the Division Bench of the  High  Court  dated  28.09.2018  and  dismiss  the  Writ Petition  No.1270  of  2018.  Parties  shall  bear  their  own costs. 
                                                                                                              J.( ASHOK BHUSHAN                                                                                                                                      J.( NAVIN SINHA )                        
New Delhi,
July 19, 2019.

                               *****In short, We got justice in Supreme Court.


                                       **** We got justice in Supreme Court.****







To Read Final Judgment click here - 41887_2018_11_1501_15142_Judgement_19-Jul-2019.pdf

Public Interest Litigation Should Not Be Entertained In Service Matter, Reiterates SC

41. For the purposes of the present case, we are of the view that contention pertaining to validity of Rule 3(iii), Rule 3(iv) and Rule 4 of the Rules, 2016 need not to be gone into and the issues be left open to be decided in an appropriate case. 

42.In view of the forgoing discussions, we allow these appeals, set aside the judgment of the Division Bench of the  High  Court  dated  28.09.2018  and  dismiss  the  Writ Petition  No.1270  of  2018.  Parties  shall  bear  their  own costs. 
                                                                                                              J.( ASHOK BHUSHAN                                                                                                                                      J.( NAVIN SINHA )                        
New Delhi,
July 19, 2019.

                               *****In short, We got justice in Supreme Court.


15th July 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

 To view order please click on- Order 11-july-2019     
                           
                                 ITEM NO.3               COURT NO.12               SECTION IX
                                                 S U P R E M E  C O U R T  O F  I N D I A
VISHAL ASHOK THORAT & ORS.                         Petitioner(s)                              
 VERSUS
RAJESH SHRIRAMBAPU FATE & ORS.                     Respondent(s)
(IA No.38207/2019 - APPROPRIATE ORDERS/DIRECTIONSIA No.97462/2019 - INTERVENTION/IMPLEADMENT)WITHSLP(C) No.31580/2018 (IX)SLP(C) No.2658/2019 (IX)(IA   No.14514/2019-EXEMPTION   FROM   FILING   C/C   OF   THE   IMPUGNEDJUDGMENT and IA No.14515/2019-EXEMPTION FROM FILING O.T. and IANo.14517/2019-PERMISSION TO FILE LENGTHY LIST OF DATES)

Date : 11-07-2019 These matters were called on for hearing today

CORAM :          HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE ASHOK BHUSHAN        
                           HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE NAVIN SINHA


For Petitioner(s)SLP(C) 31957/18 - Dr. Abhishek Manu Singvi, Sr. Adv.Mr. Ravindra Keshavrao Adsure, AORMr. Sagar N. Pahune-Patil,
 Adv.SLP(C) 31580/18 - Mr. Paramjit Singh Patwalia, Sr. Adv.Ms. Natasha Dalmia, Adv.Ms. Harshikha Verma, Adv.Mr. Dhruv Sheoran, Adv.
SLP(C) 2658/19 - Mr. Jayant Bhushan, Sr. Adv.Mr. Prasenjit Keswani, Adv.Mr. Nishant Ramakantrao Katneshwarkar, AOR
For Respondent(s)- Mr. Arvind S. Avhad, AORMr. Abhishek Krishna, Adv.Mr. Yogesh Kumar, Adv, Mr. Shekhar Naphade, Sr. Adv.Mr. Sanjay Kharde, Adv.Mr. Samrat Shinde, Adv.Ms. S. Lakshmi Iyer, Adv.Mr. R.L. Khapre, Adv.Mr. Rishi Jain, AOR
For Caveator- Mr. Vishaal Jogdang, Adv.Mr. Debasis Misra, AOR  
For impleading applicant- Mr. P.S. Narasimha, Sr. Adv.Mr. K. Subbarao, Adv.Mr. H. Chandra Sekhar, AORMs. Rekha Chandra Sekhar, Adv.Mr. Rahul G. Tarwani, Adv.

UPON hearing the counsel the Court made the following  
                           
O R D E R
Leave granted.
Heard learned counsel for the parties.
Arguments concluded.
Judgment reserved.



Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick update:

 To view order please click on- Order 11-july-2019     
                           
                                 ITEM NO.3               COURT NO.12               SECTION IX
                                                 S U P R E M E  C O U R T  O F  I N D I A
VISHAL ASHOK THORAT & ORS.                         Petitioner(s)                              
 VERSUS
RAJESH SHRIRAMBAPU FATE & ORS.                     Respondent(s)
(IA No.38207/2019 - APPROPRIATE ORDERS/DIRECTIONSIA No.97462/2019 - INTERVENTION/IMPLEADMENT)WITHSLP(C) No.31580/2018 (IX)SLP(C) No.2658/2019 (IX)(IA   No.14514/2019-EXEMPTION   FROM   FILING   C/C   OF   THE   IMPUGNEDJUDGMENT and IA No.14515/2019-EXEMPTION FROM FILING O.T. and IANo.14517/2019-PERMISSION TO FILE LENGTHY LIST OF DATES)

Date : 11-07-2019 These matters were called on for hearing today

CORAM :          HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE ASHOK BHUSHAN        
                           HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE NAVIN SINHA


For Petitioner(s)SLP(C) 31957/18 - Dr. Abhishek Manu Singvi, Sr. Adv.Mr. Ravindra Keshavrao Adsure, AORMr. Sagar N. Pahune-Patil,
 Adv.SLP(C) 31580/18 - Mr. Paramjit Singh Patwalia, Sr. Adv.Ms. Natasha Dalmia, Adv.Ms. Harshikha Verma, Adv.Mr. Dhruv Sheoran, Adv.
SLP(C) 2658/19 - Mr. Jayant Bhushan, Sr. Adv.Mr. Prasenjit Keswani, Adv.Mr. Nishant Ramakantrao Katneshwarkar, AOR
For Respondent(s)- Mr. Arvind S. Avhad, AORMr. Abhishek Krishna, Adv.Mr. Yogesh Kumar, Adv, Mr. Shekhar Naphade, Sr. Adv.Mr. Sanjay Kharde, Adv.Mr. Samrat Shinde, Adv.Ms. S. Lakshmi Iyer, Adv.Mr. R.L. Khapre, Adv.Mr. Rishi Jain, AOR
For Caveator- Mr. Vishaal Jogdang, Adv.Mr. Debasis Misra, AOR  
For impleading applicant- Mr. P.S. Narasimha, Sr. Adv.Mr. K. Subbarao, Adv.Mr. H. Chandra Sekhar, AORMs. Rekha Chandra Sekhar, Adv.Mr. Rahul G. Tarwani, Adv.

UPON hearing the counsel the Court made the following  
                           
O R D E R
Leave granted.
Heard learned counsel for the parties.
Arguments concluded.
Judgment reserved.



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