If the chairman is not appointed, according to the Act, the work of regular nature will be continued by sending letters to the senior most member of the commission.
The countdown for the tenure of Dr. Bhupendra Yadav, Chairman of Rajasthan Public Commission has started. The state government will have to appoint a new chairman in ten days. If the permanent chairman is not appointed, according to the Act, the work of regular nature will be continued by sending letters to the senior most member in the commission.
President Dr. Bhupendra Yadav’s tenure will end on December 1. Yadav will be relieved by handing over the charge if the government deploys the new president by 6 pm on the same day. If this does not happen then they will relinquish. Shyamsunder Sharma in the year 2017 and Dr. RS Garg in 2018 have also done this in the past.
The commission will take this decision…
At the end of the tenure of the permanent chairman of the commission, the government has been handing over the charge to a new appointment or senior member. Failure to do so, the commission authorizes the full commission under the powers conferred by the Act. The commission entrusts the responsibility of the working of regular nature to the senior member.
CM Gehlot will decide
CM Ashok Gehlot will decide the appointment of new chairman of Rajasthan Public Service Commission. Due to his choice, the current President Dr. Yadav was appointed on 14 October 2020. Therefore, CM Gehlot will be responsible for appointing the chairman of the commission in ten days.
There are many people in the race
According to authorized sources, there are many people in the race to become the president. These include serving/retired IAS, IPS, Vice Chancellor-Professor of the University and people with Congress ideology. In the year 2012, Dr. Habib Khan Gauran was made the President as a member. Presently there are seven members in the commission. Either of these can be assigned the task according to the caste equations-social engineering formula.