Of late, the Supreme Court and the High Courts have been playing active roles in keeping the Governments on their toes. A latest example emerged in Himachal Pradesh, Watching that the state government depended on a pick-and-pick approach in opening new colleges, the Himachal Pradesh high court has guided it to open another degree college before August 15.
The Himachal Pradesh high court has guided the state government to open another degree college before August 15 while watching that the administration depended on a pick-and-pick approach in opening new colleges.
Subduing and putting aside the Himachal government's choice of March 2, 2013, to de-inform the degree college at Kotla Behr in Kangra region, a division seat of equity Rajiv Sharma and equity Sureshwar Thakur coordinated that the college be made practical not later than August 15.
The state government took a cognizant choice to open eight degree colleges, including Kotla Behr, vide notices dated September 6, 2012, and December 20, 2013, the court said in its judgment which was given to media on Wednesday.
In spite of the fact that the Himachal government de-informed opening of eight colleges on March 2, 2013, it later chose to re-open seven colleges, with the exception of at Kotla Behr.
"No support has been given why seven colleges were re-opened on the same realities which were relevant to the college at Kotla Behr. In this way, there is mediation and outlandishness in the choice making procedure for opening of new college at Kotla Behr," the court said conveying the request on Monday.
Authority sources advised IANS that the choice to open eight colleges was reported by the past Bharatiya Janata Party government.
The Congress government, which went to the steerage in the state on December 25, 2012, de-told opening of eight colleges. Later, it chose to re-open the colleges, barring at Kotla Behr.
Candidate Asha Ram and others tested the administration choice to avoid Kotla Behr from the rundown of re-opened colleges.
Government direction said the choice not to open the college at Kotla Behr was a "strategy choice".