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Tejvir Singh v. The Director General B.S.F. & Others - WRIT - A No. 16053 of 2007  RD-AH 5399 (26 March 2007)
Hon'ble Vineet Saran, J.
Heard learned counsel for the petitioner as well as Sri S.N.Chatterji, learned counsel appearing for the respondents and have perused the record.
The petitioner claims himself to be in the service of Border Security Force. In the year 1995 the petitioner had taken 60 days leave and thereafter remained absent without his leave being extended any further. The petitioner also remained in jail in connection with a case under section 302 I.P.C. In Paragraph 8 of the writ petition it has been mentioned by the petitioner himself that he disappeared from service and was engaged in the treatment of his neck. He has now filed this writ petition after more than a decade of having deserted the service, with the prayer that he be reinstated in service and also that his representation in this regard be decided.
Admittedly the petitioner has been out of service sicne 1996. The petitioner was in the armed service, which is a disciplined force. The petitioner himself admits that he had disappeared from service and remained absent without sanctioned leave regarding which the civil police was also asked to search for him and he was found by the personnel of Police Station Muradnagar. The petitioner had also remained in jail in connection with a case under section 302 I.P.C. In such circumstances the prayer made in this writ petition for reinstating him in service after such a long gap with such a chequered history does not deserve to be granted.
This writ petition is, accordingly, dismissed. No order as to cost.
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