Court : Allahabad
Decided on : Nov-20-1997
Reported in : 1998(1)AWC593; (1998)1UPLBEC587
..... allowed to function and the entire judicial activity comes to a halt for a number of days, without any corresponding advantage to the lawyers or to the litigants. this does not really do any credit to the most enlightened section of the society. this aspect of the matter was noted with concern by the mallmath committee appointed to go ..... existing officers right from 1st additional district judge to ixth additional district judge would be pushed down. these changes keep on going quite often. sometimes, the changes in the comparative bigger districts take place 5-6 times in a year. the shifting of the presiding officers in the manner, as above, has a serious telling repercussion on the disposal ..... circumstances.12. the nature and the magnitude of the problem may be further appreciated if the position regarding arrears in the subordinate courts of thestate is noticed from the following chart :i. pendency of civil cases in the subordinate courts of the state as on 30th june. 19971. casesconcerningoriginal jurisdiction8.35,1842 casesconcerningappellate jurisdiction89.568 total9.24,752(this ..... of cases pending before the appellate/revisionalcourts at the district level, they are categorised and labelled as follows : appellate/revisionaljurisdiction(appeals. revisions,misc. and other cases, under various acts) distinctivemarkage of the caseslabel assigned(colour of folder/filecover)(i) over three years'critically old'red(ii) one year to threeyears'very old'green(iii) six months to oneyear' .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
Decided on : Dec-10-1997
Reported in : [1998(79)FLR592]; (1999)IIILLJ556All; (1998)1UPLBEC313
..... no. 2, and other similarly placed ; employees the wages at the rates equivalent to minimum pay in the pay scales of the regularly employed workers in the corresponding cadres. the learned judge while allowing the writ petition did not confine his judgment to the petitioners , members only but issued general directions to the respondents therein ..... court directed them to pay to the daily wager/muster roll employees the wages at the rate equivalent to the minimum pay scale of the regular employees in corresponding cadres and also to frame scheme for regularisation of their service; and (iii) as this court has allowed a number of writ petitions earlier directing regularisation of ..... after collecting necessary materials from all the divisions/circles of the state.11. in this connection reference may also be made to the industrial disputes act, 1947 (herein after referred to as 'the act'), section 2(ra) of which has defined 'unfair labour practice' as under :'2 (ra), 'unfair labour practice' means any of the practices specified ..... working in bundelkhand division/circle consisting of five districts, namely, banda, hamirpur, jhansi, lalitpurand oral :'bunelkhand forest circle (panda, jhansi, hamirpur, lalitpur, mahoba & oral divisions).comparative study of permanent and fixed wagers staff as per govt. affidavit.class 3 and class 4 post onlyname of divisionpermanent staffd. wagerbanda70316hamirpur & mahoba51303jhansi69270lalitpur91237oral61148total3421274what appears glaring from the date is .....Tag this Judgment!