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'Merit should be sole consideration’: Madras HC junks plea for reservation in Law Officers' appointment
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'Merit should be sole consideration’: Madras HC junks plea for reservation in Law Officers' appointment

Since the post of a law officer is not a civil post, there is no requirement of providing reservation for those posts, the Madras High Court has held. Why has the Madras High Court rejected a plea for reservation in appointment of Law Officers? Find out here.

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