Read Order: PARDEEP Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS
New Delhi, May 25, 2022: While considering a writ petition filed by the candidate-petitioner seeking quashing of the findings of the Detailed Medical Examination for the post of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and Central Armed Police Forces Examination,2020, the Delhi High Court has granted liberty to the petitioner to appear before the freshly constituted medical board after having his tattoo removed and also held that the selection of petitioner be processed if he is is found fit by the said medical board.
The Division Bench of Justice Suresh Kumar Kait and Justice Saurabh Banerjee took note of the fact that the petitioner was willing to remove the said tattoo on the right arm and that the same could be removed by a minor laser surgery.
In this matter where the petitioner was found unfit in Detailed Medical Examination and thereafter, in Review Medical Examination for the post of Sub-Inspector in Delhi Police and Central Armed Police Forces Examination 2020 on the ground that petitioner has tattoo on the right arm which was not permissible.
The Bench also found from the Detailed Medical Examination and the Review Medical Examination that barring the said tattoo, there were no other defects found in the petitioner. The High Court also considered that the petitioner had already qualified the written examination for the said post and the petitioner has been currently serving as Constable in the Delhi Police. Thus, allowing relief to the candidate, the Bench disposed of this petition.