that the law does not prohibit a person from signing in capital letters.”
The bench said a signature was a unique impression of letters or a visual image by a person to represent himself on document, and could even be a pictorial impression.
“A signature is a trait developed by a person by writing over a period of time. These traits can develop even with reference to capital letters; is the ethos of the decisions,” the court said, allowing Kumar’s writ petition.
It directed the CRPF to treat Kumar’s application in order and process his entitlement to be appointed in the force in accordance with his merit position in the selection list and his preference.