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Q. Illegal sand mining

Whether a person who is convicted for illegal sand mining can be recruited as a police officer?
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A. Dear Sir,
Date of conviction is more important and further please check whether he was acquitted by appellate court. If not then lodge a anonymous complaint to his superiors and make it viral in social channel.

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A. I am aware of Karnataka State Rules and that of CRPF, in a case I represented CRPF which have a clause that any conviction or even a FIR against a candidate should be disclosed at the time of application. if a candidate is recruited even after such a disclosure then it is between the department and candidate. But I believe he might lose his job after an enquiry if it is found that he had hidden such a fact.

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A. Answer is plain and simple "NO"

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Nirmal Chopra

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Responded 1 year ago

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A. No

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Ashish K Dongre

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A. No person convicted in court can be recruited in any govt. service.

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Ambrose Leo

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Responded 1 year ago

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A. Dear client,
If a person convicted in a case in all forum of judiciary then he can't be recruited in any govt service.

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