Someone asked if he had a fight with a neighbor a few days ago, Neighbors put fake plaster in his hand and reported to the police, can I no longer apply for a government job?
The exact details of this problem are detailed below
Keep in mind, Whether the FIR against you is true or false. Does not create any disqualification for you in getting a government job
Even if we assume that one can be disqualified from a government job by having an FIR,So think that as soon as your job is not going to happen, no one will write an FIR against you.
Now because you cannot get a government job, you will forcefully compromise with that FIR and ask you to return the FIR by giving lakhs of rupees so that you can get a government job.
How big and profitable the business will become, FIRs on any government job seeker to make money
The FIR is only a charge against anyone, it will be investigated now, if evidence is found against you in the investigation, then the police will present the charge sheet against you in the court. Then you will be tried in the court, after that if you are unable to prove yourself innocent then the court will prove you guilty. You cannot get a government job after being convicted.
Therefore, if there is any FIR against you, then if you ask for it in any form or at the time of police verification, then give correct and truthful information without any fear. Because being an FIR does not make you ineligible for the job, you are ineligible to hide the correct information
Now for example, suppose you have hide the FIR information about yourself, and the employer hired you. Now later, through police verification or some other means, he came to know that you have obtained the job on the basis of wrong information, in such a situation, the employer will not only remove you from the job on the charge of giving you wrong information, but he will also cheat you One can also register a case.
Now there are exceptions in some cases like FIR against you in serious crimes like rape, robbery, murder, or you are a habitual criminal, and if there is strong evidence against you in the charge sheet, then the employer will appoint you could deny. In addition, if you have an allegation that affects your work or work area after you are appointed, the employer can refuse.
But even in the above circumstances, you can go to the court against the employer despite the above grounds because you are the only accused as FIR, no offense has been proved. In such cases, the court can give relief after taking care of natural justice.