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Ashok Kumar & Others v. Central Administrative Tribunal Bench At Allahabad & Others - WRIT - A No. 27627 of 2001  RD-AH 7221 (9 December 2005)
Hon. Dr. B.S. Chauhan, J.
Hon. Dilip Gupta, J.
Sri Ashok Kumar Upadhyaya has sent illness slip though there are three more counsel in the case. The other three have not sent illness slip. Even when the petition was listed earlier on 17.11.2004 and 2.12.2004 illness slip was sent. We have, therefore, examined the petition and have heard Sri Rizvan Ali Akhtar, learned counsel appearing for the respondents.
This writ petition has been filed against the judgment and order of the Central Administrative Tribunal dated 26.5.2000 by which the application of the petitioners for seeking employment on compassionate ground has been rejected. The father of petitioner No.1 died in 1986. His claim for compassionate appointment was rejected in 1993. Being aggrieved, he approached the Tribunal and the Tribunal has rejected his claim on the ground that the other two brothers of petitioner No.1 were already in Government service but inspite of that his case was considered under the 5% quota fixed offering appointments on compassionate ground to the dependent of the deceased who died in harness. However, as the quota is limited and applicants are more, the inter se merit list was prepared of all the candidates where petitioner No.1 could not get the chance of appointment.
We do not see any cogent reason to interfere with the well-reasoned judgment and order of the Tribunal. Hence the writ petition is dismissed.
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