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K.P.VIMALAKUMARI v. STATE OF KERALA - WP(C) No. 13814 of 2007(T)  RD-KL 10262 (14 June 2007)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF KERALA AT ERNAKULAMWP(C) No. 13814 of 2007(T)
2. KAMALAVATHY B.P.,
4. GEETHA V.,
5. JAYANTHI M.K.,
10. DAKSHAYANI C.,
1. STATE OF KERALA,
2. THE DIRECTOR OF HEALTH SERVICE,
3. THE DISTRICT MEDICAL OFFICER,
4. THE SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT,
For Petitioner :SRI.KALEESWARAM RAJ
For Respondent : No Appearance
The Hon'ble MR. Justice K.BALAKRISHNAN NAIR
O R D E R
K.BALAKRISHNAN NAIR, J.W.P.(C) No.13814 of 2007-T & 13832 of 2007-V
Dated this the 14th day of June, 2007.
J U D G M E N T
The petitioners in these writ petitions are Junior Public Health Nurses. They were appointed on the advice of the PSC on a regular basis before 1-10-1994. They are having provisional service in the same cadre before their regular appointment. So, they claim reckoning the said provisional service also for the purpose of granting increment. The point raised by the petitioners is covered in their favour by Exts.P4, P6 to P10 judgments. They point out that similarly placed persons have been granted the above benefit by the Government, by Ext.P5 order, pursuant to Ext.P4 judgment. Seeking similar reliefs, they have preferred Ext.P2 series representations before the first respondent. This writ petition is filed, inter alia, for a direction to the first respondent to consider Ext.P2 series of representations.
2. The learned Government Pleader, upon instruction, submitted that all the petitioners have joined service on regular basis before the cut off date namely, 1-10-1994. In view of the above position, the petitioners are entitled to get the benefit claimed, in the light of the afore-mentioned judgments. Accordingly, the Writ Petitions are disposed of, directing the first respondent to consider and pass orders on Ext.P2 series representations, in accordance with law, in the light of the observations made herein-above, within three months from the date of receipt of a copy of this judgment. If the petitioners want to make any additional grounds, they will be free make additional grounds, while producing the copy of this judgment. K.BALAKRISHNAN NAIR,
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