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HARISH CHANDER SINGH v P.K. GOYAL - WCP Case No. 105 of 2003  RD-RJ 779 (6 April 2005)
S.B. Civil Contempt Petition No.105/2003
Harish Singhal Vs. P.K. Goyal
Date of Order :: 06 .04.2005
HON'BLE MR. GOVIND MATHUR,J.
Mr. B.P. Mathur, for the petitioner.
Mr. G.K. Vyas, ]
Mr. I.S. Pareek.] for the respondents.
By the order dated 23.10.2002, this Court while disposing of writ petition in limine directed the petitioner to represent the concerned authorities along with a certified copy of the order passed by this Court. The concerned authorities were requested to act upon the representation, if submitted by the petitioner within a period of two months from the date of filing the representation. The Court further observed that if authorities found the petitioner entitled for any relief as per rules, the same may be given to him.
The petitioner preferred the contempt petition for non-compliance of the directions given by the order dated 23.10.2002.
In reply to the same, a document dated 15.3.2004 has been placed on record whereby the District
Education Officer (Secondary), Jodhpur decided the representation submitted by the petitioner declaring him entitled for fixation of his pay in the Revised Pay Rules, 1998. However, the liability to extend such benefit is kept upon the institution to which the petitioner was employed.
The directions given by this Court have been substantially complied with by the respondents and there is nothing on record on the basis of which can be said that the respondents in any way intended to disobey the directions given by this Court.
In view of whatever stated above, no case is made out to initiate contempt proceedings against the respondents. The rule issued therefore, stands discharged.
The contempt petition is dismissed. [Govind Mathur],J.
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