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I.H. Siddiqui v. Chief Manager, Bank O/F Baroda, Meerut And Another - WRIT - A No. 2209 of 2006  RD-AH 988 (16 January 2006)
Court No. 29
Civil Misc. Writ Petition No. 2209 of 2005
I. H. Siddiqui ...................... ........Petitioner.
Chief Manager, Bank of Baroda
Meerut and another ......... Respondents.
Hon'ble V.M. Sahai, J.
Hon'ble Barkat Ali Zaidi, J
1. Heard Sri D.S. Pandey, learned counsel for the petitioner and Sri Vipin Sinha, learned counsel appearing for the respondents.
2. The petitioner is a bank employee, whose services have already come to an end by a dismissal order passed by the respondent-bank. Even his departmental appeal has failed, against which a writ petition filed by him is pending before this Court, yet he is occupying a house allotted by the bank to him bearing Flat No.205, Laxmi Lok, Eves Crossing, Meerut. The respondent-bank wants his accommodation to be vacated, which the petitioner does not want to oblige and has brought this writ petition seeking stay. His prayer may not be given favour by this Court for two reasons; (i) though his writ petition is pending yet for the present he has no locus-standie in the service of the respondent bank and (ii) he is occupying the said flat even after his dismissal.
3. In the circumstances narrated above, the present writ petition has no legs to stand and is liable to be dismissed. However, to be a bit compassionate, we allow the petitioner two months time from the date of issuance of a certified copy of this order to vacate the aforesaid accommodation of the respondents, failing which the respondent- bank will be authorized to take coercive measures to evict him by the aid of the police Meerut.
4. With this direction, this petition is disposed of finally.
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