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NEW DELHI: The Kerala government has got a severe blow with the contempt of court petition submitted by T P Senkumar at the Supreme Court against the chief secretary Nalini Netto stating that the concerned authorities are unnecessarily delaying the appointment of himself as the DGP in charge of law and order.

The court has ordered to send a notice to the State government regarding this and said that the case will be considered again on Tuesday. Besides, the court has also asked government to pay an amount of Rs. 25,000 towards expenses incurred by the court.

Also, the court rejected the State government’s petition seeking more clarity in its ruling. The apex court also said that they know what measures need to be taken if the government continues to avoid executing its ruling, and made clear that there is no need for the chief secretary to appear before the court as of now.

Justices Madan B Lokur and Deepak Gupta, who had earlier ordered the reappointment of Senkumar, among others comprised the bench that considered the case on Friday. Senior lawyers Dushyant Dave and Haris Beeran appeared for Senkumar.

The apex court had ordered the reappointment of Senkumar as the DGP in charge of law and ordered on April 24. The government in turn submitted a petition seeking more clarity in the court’s ruling while Senkumar went ahead with a petition seeking the court’s intervention in the delay of his appointment. 

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