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Rebel�s relative denied appointment order

By Sobhapati Samom

IMPHAL, Feb 19 - The state authority is refused to give appointment letter of a state civil service job to the daughter in law of a rebel leader saying she is not fit to be appointed.

Thirty four-year-old Th Brinda, daughter-in-law of Chairman RK Sanayaima alias Meghen of Manipur-based proscribed United National Liberation Front (UNLF), was among 138 candidates recommended for Manipur Civil Services and allied services after the Manipur Civil Combined Competitive Examination, 2010 result declared on September 26 last year. However Brinda is yet to get her appointment order.

In a memorandum on January 10, 2013, the State Chief Secretary DS Poonia said Brinda married RK Chinglensana son Chairman of Sanayaima UNLF and she was involved in a case at Imphal Police Station last year. The memorandum however did not elaborate on the case.

�The CID (Special Branch) has also found that at the time of the arrest of RK Meghen by National Investigation Agency in November 2010, Brinda along with her mother-in-law and other family members openly showed solidarity and support to her father-in-law clearly indicating her sympathy towards the UNLF�, the Memorandum said. �Smt RK (O) Brinda, if appointed as an MPS officer in the Manipur Police, will be in a position to disclose and compromise the programmes and policies of the department if she so desires and considering her sympathy and closeness to Sri RK Meghen, it is likely to make the department highly vulnerable to the designs of the UNLF organization�. �Now, therefore� Brinda is not fit to be appointed as an MPS officer in the home department, government of Manipur�, it added.

Meanwhile, praying to quash the Chief Secretary�s Memorandum and issue the appointment order, Brinda who is mother of two children filed a petition to the Gauhati High Court Imphal Bench arguing that the government�s move is �illegal� and �arbitrary�.

Responding to the petition, Justice T Vaiphei�s single bench of the Gauhati High Court Imphal Bench on Tuesday issued notice to the Manipur authority to give reply whether the appointment letter should be given or not. The next hearing will be held on March 7, according to petitioner�s counsel SK Bhattacharya.

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Rebel�s relative denied appointment order

IMPHAL, Feb 19 - The state authority is refused to give appointment letter of a state civil service job to the daughter in law of a rebel leader saying she is not fit to be appointed.

Thirty four-year-old Th Brinda, daughter-in-law of Chairman RK Sanayaima alias Meghen of Manipur-based proscribed United National Liberation Front (UNLF), was among 138 candidates recommended for Manipur Civil Services and allied services after the Manipur Civil Combined Competitive Examination, 2010 result declared on September 26 last year. However Brinda is yet to get her appointment order.

In a memorandum on January 10, 2013, the State Chief Secretary DS Poonia said Brinda married RK Chinglensana son Chairman of Sanayaima UNLF and she was involved in a case at Imphal Police Station last year. The memorandum however did not elaborate on the case.

�The CID (Special Branch) has also found that at the time of the arrest of RK Meghen by National Investigation Agency in November 2010, Brinda along with her mother-in-law and other family members openly showed solidarity and support to her father-in-law clearly indicating her sympathy towards the UNLF�, the Memorandum said. �Smt RK (O) Brinda, if appointed as an MPS officer in the Manipur Police, will be in a position to disclose and compromise the programmes and policies of the department if she so desires and considering her sympathy and closeness to Sri RK Meghen, it is likely to make the department highly vulnerable to the designs of the UNLF organization�. �Now, therefore� Brinda is not fit to be appointed as an MPS officer in the home department, government of Manipur�, it added.

Meanwhile, praying to quash the Chief Secretary�s Memorandum and issue the appointment order, Brinda who is mother of two children filed a petition to the Gauhati High Court Imphal Bench arguing that the government�s move is �illegal� and �arbitrary�.

Responding to the petition, Justice T Vaiphei�s single bench of the Gauhati High Court Imphal Bench on Tuesday issued notice to the Manipur authority to give reply whether the appointment letter should be given or not. The next hearing will be held on March 7, according to petitioner�s counsel SK Bhattacharya.

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