The policy of the State Government which disqualifies a ‘married’ daughter and excludes her from consideration for compassionate appointment, apart from being arbitrary and discriminating, is a retrograde step.
After perusing the Government order of the Labour and Employment Department, Madras High Court noted that the family pension of the deceased employee need not be considered while assessing the family’s income.
A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week.
Calcutta High Court denied the compassionate appointment due to the lack of credibility and failure to establish financial dependency.
Madras High Court said that the false indigent certificate was issued when the petitioner was 30 years old, thus, he should be aware of the consequences of suppression of vital fact and obtaining a certificate based on such suppression. He cannot not claim ignorance. He cannot claim innocence and he cannot seek indulgence from the Court.
Kerala High Court was not satisfied with the petitioner’s claims of being an adopted daughter of the deceased.
Allahabad high Court said that there is no plausible reason why the proposal made by the Institutional Service Board for striking down the word ‘unmarried’ occurring in Regulation 104 of Regulations 1975 could be turned down by the State Government.
Supreme Court held that the Punjab and Haryana High Court was not right in setting aside the judgment of the First Appellate Court and restoring the judgment of the Trial Court, granting the respondent compassionate appointment in Bank of Baroda.
Employees guilty of submitting forged documents to their employer must be dealt with strictly and no sympathy or compassion can be shown to such an employee.
On 8-3-2023, the Government of Tamil Nadu notified the Tamil Nadu Civil Services (Appointment on Compassionate Grounds) Rules, 2023. Key Points: Under
The division bench of Punjab and Haryana High Court noted that the object of such schemes is to grant appointments to dependent family members falling under specific categories on compassionate grounds.
The recruitment process to any public post should be conducted in a fair and transparent manner. If the candidates are selected by any criterion other than merit and efficiency, the public authority will suffer for all the times to come. It is in the public interest that the process of selection and appointment should be transparent to make it foolproof from corrupt practices.
Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 — Ss. 14(1)(a) and 2(1)(e) r/w Ss. 11(5) and 11(6) — Application seeking termination of
Rajasthan High Court: In a case filed by the second wife (petitioner 1) of deceased who was a class IV
Supreme Court: In a case where a married daughter of the deceased was claiming compassionate appointment, the bench of MR Shah* and
Yardstick, for extending the benefit of compassionate Appointment should be dependency of the dependents on the deceased government servant and, therefore, their marital status only should not be an impediment for consideration on compassionate ground.
Supreme Court: In a case where the Ahmednagar Mahanagar Palika/ Municipal Corporation was giving appointment to the heirs of the employees on
Allahabad High Court: Neeraj Tiwari, J. dismissed a writ petition which was filed with prayer for directing the respondents to grant the
Allahabad High Court: Saurabh Shyam Shamshery, J. dismissed a writ petition filed for claiming compassionate appointment stating that compassionate appointment
Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: While deciding the instant appeal vis-a-vis compassionate appointment, the Division Bench of Tashi Rabstan and