“Any misconduct on the part of the bank employee/ officer can be meted out with disciplinary action in accordance with the service rules and regulations.”
The Court observed that not the unauthorised absence but the unauthorised association with foreign institution was a matter of concern for the security of the State.
The Court said that no proper show cause notice was served to the petitioner, violating the principle of audi alteram partem, thus, the dismissal from service was not in fair play.
The Court was deciding the case where the ex-employees of Maharashtra State Financial Corporation had challenged decision denying the benefit of revision of pay scales, as recommended by the Fifth Pay Commission, to the employees who had retired or died during the period of 01.01.2006 to 29.03.2010.
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Madhya Pradesh High Court: This petition was filed before the Bench of Prakash Shrivastava, J., under Article 226 of the Constitution where
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Supreme Court: Kurian Joseph, J. delivered the judgment for himself and Sanjay Kishan Kaul, J. wherein it was held that forfeiture of
Madhya Pradesh High Court: The Court dismissed the petition seeking to overturn the order ousting the Petitioner’s husband (deceased) on the grounds