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Jun 27 2000 (TRI)

Jeetmal Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Jodhpur

Decided on : Jun-27-2000

..... discharging the contractual duties during the term of contracts.12. the applicants alleged that these work orders are nothing but unfair labour practice and amount to circumventing the provisions of law relating to employment, on the other hand, it is contended by the respondents that regular appointments can be made only on the basis of availability of regular posts. casual labourers ..... their reply raising preliminary objections and replying on the factual aspects of the each case. relating to the claim of the applicants, defence being common in both the cases on law points and on factual aspects, therefore, general reply of the respondents is described below.8. it is stated by the respondents that the applicants were given work orders and there .....

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May 17 2000 (TRI)

Jugraj Arora Vs. S. Lakshminarayanan

Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Jodhpur

Decided on : May-17-2000

..... aggrieved by the proceedings of the government of india dated 10.2.98, it is always open to them to challenge the same before the appropriate forum, in accordance with law.the contempt petition is dismissed. however, it is open to the petitioner to challenge the order of the government of india dated 10.2.98, if he feels aggrieved, as ..... the offence on 9.9.99 itself, was beyond one year as prescribed by section 20 of the contempt of courts act. therefore, it is clear that as per the law declared by the hon'ble supreme court and also the high court of rajashtan, this contempt petition is liable to be dismissed as barred by time.14. moreover, it is ..... be barred, if ultimately the matter if posted before the court for appropriate orders after one year from the date of the order.9. keeping in view of the above law, as laid down by the hon'ble supreme court and by the high court of rajasthan, we now propose to consider the facts of the present case. in the instant ..... to notice the legal question on the subject matter in question. the hon'ble supreme court in the latest judgment reported in (2000) 3 scc 171, has laid down the law as under: "15. in the cases contemplated by (i) or (ii) above, it cannot be said that any proceedings for contempt have been initiated. filing of an application or petition .....

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