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Om Ji Verma v. The Central Administrative Tribunal, Allahabad & ors. - WRIT - C No. 54909 of 2003 [2003] RD-AH 518 (12 December 2003)

 

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HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE OF ALLAHABAD

COURT NO. 34

CIVIL MISC. WRIT PETITION NO. 54909 OF 2003

Om Ji Verma ------ Petitioner

 Vs.

The Central Administrative Tribunal

Allahabad & ors. ------                Respondents

______

Hon'ble Dr. B.S.Chauhan, J

Hon'ble R.C.Pandey, J.

This case has a chequered history as petitioner has approached this Court earlier by filing a Writ Petition No. 629 of 2003 submitting that certain pleas raised on his behalf had not been dealt with by the Central Administrative Tribunal.

The petition was disposed of vide order dated 4.9.2003 directing that in such an eventuality it would be appropriate to file a review petition before the Tribunal.

Review Petition was filed which has been dismissed vide impugned order dated 10.11.2003 pointing out that the issues raised in the review petition were completely new pleas that had not been agitated earlier. Hence the petitioner has approached this Court again.

It is not for this Court to examine as to whether the findings of fact recorded by the learned  Tribunal are correct or not for the reason that it has specifically been held that in the review petition new pleas had been taken by the petitioner which was not permissible. So far as the issue of employment on compassionate ground is concerned, the application was rejected by the department as well as by the Tribunal on the ground that only 5% of the vacancies were reserved for this purpose and when inter se merits of various applicants were considered, financial condition of the family of the applicant was found better than others.

There is nothing on record to show as to how this finding reached by the authority or the Tribunal is wrong for the reason that the financial condition of other applicants have not been mentioned in the petition.

We see no ground to interfere with the matter.

The petition is, accordingly, dismissed.

12.12.2003

AKSI


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