Allahabad High Court said that the Tribunal has not considered the effect of acquittal of the petitioner from the identical criminal charges. The judgment is completely silent about the same. This is an apparent perversity on the part of the Tribunal.
The Court said that even if the Departmental Proceeding was initiated prior to the superannuation of the delinquent employee, the same cannot be continued unless specifically provided under the Service Rules.
The Supreme Court proposed that service rules are liable to prevail, and that there can be Government resolutions in consonance and not in conflict with those rules.
Madras High Court: In a writ petition filed by Life Insurance Corporation of India (‘LIC’) against the order passed by
Sikkim High Court: While deciding the instant writ petition regarding leave encashment of a retired re-employed employee of the State
Uttaranchal High Court: The Division bench of Vipin Sanghi, C.J., and R.C. Khulbe, J., had held that merely because the
Punjab and Haryana High Court: Anil Kshetrapal, J., addressed the validity of the order granting extension in the service to respondent 6
Allahabad High Court: Sudhir Agarwal, J., found a government servant to be guilty of the offence of bigamy. The instant petition was filed
Karnataka High Court: Krishna S. Dixit and P.N. Desai, JJ., while allowing a writ petition by a civil servant, observes, “Government being
Jammu and Kashmir High Court: Ali Mohammad Magrey, J. dismissed an appeal seeking directions for an appointment based on the subsequent waiting
Uttaranchal High Court: The Bench of Ramesh Ranganathan, CJ. and N.S. Dhanik, J. allowed a special appeal by State of Uttarakhand, preferred
Allahabad High Court: Deciding upon the issue of rejection of the candidature of the appellants to the posts of Constables and other