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Phool Chand Keshwarwani & Others v. Bhuneshwar Tiwari & Others - SPECIAL APPEAL No. 1376 of 2005 [2005] RD-AH 6162 (22 November 2005)


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

Hon. Dilip Gupta, J.

This special appeal is directed against the order dated 21st October, 2005 by which the impleadment application filed by the petitioner in Writ Petition No. 7844 of 2002 has been rejected as being misconceived.

The petition had been filed by teachers for payment of salary from the State Government. The applicants/appellants filed the application for impleadment as respondent nos. 6, 7 and 8 to the writ petition on the ground that they were owners of the premises in which the Institution was functioning. The learned Judge rejected the application as they were not necessary parties to the controversy involved in the writ petition.

We have heard Sri H.N. Singh, learned counsel for the appellants, Sri S.K. Gupta, learned counsel appearing for respondent nos. 1 to 10 and the learned Standing Counsel appears for respondent nos. 11 to 14.

Sri H.N. Singh learned counsel for the appellants submitted that the order dated 6th December, 2001 which was impugned in the petition by which the grant for payment of salary to the teachers was refused was passed at the behest of the applicants, as they had moved an application and, therefore, the application should have been allowed.

We have carefully perused the order dated 6th December, 2001 but do not find anything in the said order which may indicate that it had been passed at the behest of the applicants/appellants. The applicants/appellants are merely the owners of the premises in which the Institution is being run. They are not necessary parties to the dispute relating to payment of salary to the teachers of the Institution. There is, therefore, no error in the judgment of the learned Judge by which the application for impleadment was rejected.

The Special Appeal is, accordingly, dismissed.

Date: 22.11.2005



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