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Raju v. Bhupinder Singh & Ors. - COCP-1330-2005  RD-P&H 12425 (12 December 2006)
C.O.C.P. No.1330 of 2005
Date of Decision:- 04.12.2006
Mrs.Sangita Dhanda, Advocate
Bhupinder Singh & ors. ....Respondents
Mr.R.D.Sharma, DAG, Haryana.
CORAM:-HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE SURYA KANT.
SURYA KANT, J.
This contempt petition has been filed, inter alia, alleging non- compliance of the order dated May 17, 2005 passed by this Court in C.W.P.No.14346 of 2003.
In response to the show cause notice, reply/affidavit has been on behalf of respondent No.1.
There is no denial to the fact that the arrears of salary and allowances as admissible on the post of Electrician have since been paid to the petitioner in compliance to the above-stated order of this Court.
Learned counsel for the petitioner, however, contends that the petitioner was also permitted to represent for regularization of his services and the representation made by him for the said relief has been turned down by the Management for wholly insufficient reasons. According to her, the petitioner has been discriminated in this regard inasmuch as he is working as Lab Attendant/Electrician since the year 1990.
On the other hand, Shri S.P.Laler, learned counsel for respondents No.1 and 2 points out that the College is governed under the Grant-in-Aid scheme and in the absence of prior approval of the Government of Haryana, no appointment on the post of Lab Attendant and/or any other post can be made.
After hearing learned counsel for the parties and having regard to the fact that there appears to be no wilful and deliberate breach of the orders passed by this Court at the hands of the respondents but at the same time in order to provide an effective platform to the petitioner for redressal of his rest of the grievances, this petition is disposed of with liberty to him to send another representation to the Management as well as to the Authorities in the Education Department, Government of Haryana. If any such representation is made by him, the Commissioner, Higher Education, Haryana, shall consider the same objectively in accordance with the Government policy under the Rules within a period of four months from the date of its receipt.
December 04, 2006 ( SURYA KANT )
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