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CHANDRA MOHAN BOHRA v G.S.SANDHU & ORS - WCP Case No. 143 of 2004  RD-RJ 688 (24 March 2005)
S.B. CIVIL CONTEMPT PETITION NO.143/2004.
S.B.CIVIL WRIT PETITION NO.3667/2002.
CHANDRA MOHAN BOHRA VS. G.S.SANDHU & ORS.
DATE OF ORDER : 24.03.2005.
HON'BLE MR. R.P. VYAS, J.
Mr.O.P. Sharma for the petitioner.
Mr.K.L. Thakur, Addl. Advocate General.
The instant contempt petition has been filed by the petitioner with a prayer that the contemnors may be punished for contempt of the order 27.8.2003 passed by this Court and they may further be ordered to make the payment of interest @ 12% p.a. on the delayed payment of retiral benefits to the petitioner forthwith.
This Court, vide order dated 27.8.2003, while allowing the writ petition, directed the respondents to allow interest @ 12% per annum on the delayed payment of retiral benefits. It is submitted by the learned counsel for the petitioner that the non-petitioners have not complied with the impugned order dated 27.8.2003 till date.
Reply has been filed to the contempt petition.
Mr. K.L. Thakur, learned Additional Advocate General appearing for contemnors submitted that the compliance of the impugned order dated 27.8.2003 has already been made.
During the course of the hearing, Mr. Thakur furnished a banker's cheque No.755288 dated 17.1.2005 amounting to Rs.4126/- in the name of Chandra Mohan Bohra to the learned counsel appearing for the petitioner. Learned counsel Mr.O.P. Sharma, appearing for the petitioner accepts the same.
In view of the above submissions, nothing survives in the contempt petition. The Contempt petition is hereby dismissed. The contempt notices issued to the contemnors, stand discharged.
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