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State DGP: Punjab Govt files petition in HC against CAT order

By Indian Mandarins- 20 Jan 2020
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The Punjab Government and DGP Dinkar Gupta (IPS:1987:PB) filed a petition in Punjab and Haryana High Court challenging the CAT order quashing Gupta’s appointment as State DGP.

Atul Nanda, Advocate General, Punjab, said that they filed the petition adding that the case will be taken up on Tuesday. Additional Advocate General Rameeza Hakim appeared on behalf of the state while a counsel for DGP Gupta also appeared before the the division Bench of Justice Rajiv Sharma and Justice Harinder Singh Sidhu.

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