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Heart-warming action: Law Minister praised CJI as he helps 'Divyang' exam candidates

Heart-warming action: Law Minister praised CJI as he helps 'Divyang' exam candidates

Law Minister Kiren Rijiju through his social media, praised an order of the Supreme Court allowing a judicial service aspirant suffering from writer's cramp to get a scribe to write his preliminary examination for the recruitment of civil judges in Uttarakhand.
 This order was issued by a bench led by Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud on Saturday.

Writer's cramp is a task-specific movement disorder that manifests itself as abnormal postures and unwanted muscle spasms that interfere with motor performance while writing.

"This is such a heart-warming action by Hon'ble Chief Justice Dr DY Chandrachud. A great relief to a divyang (person with a disability) candidate who sought a scribe for the Judicial Service exam in Uttarakhand," Mr Rijiju tweeted.

He further added, "Timely justice to a deserving person is very satisfying"

Recently, Judicial aspirant Dhananjay Kumar, approaches the Supreme Court, saying his request to the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) for a scribe was rejected on April 20, days ahead of the scheduled exam.

The said Candidate request the Court to allow him a scribe as he suffers from writer's cramps and submitted a certificate issued by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, dated September 25, 2017, about his condition.

"We issue an ad interim direction to the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission, which is in-charge of conducting the examination, to ensure that a scribe is provided to the petitioner for the ensuing examination..." the bench said.



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