Court : Mumbai
Decided on : Jan-30-1958
Reported in : (1958)60BOMLR624; (1958)IILLJ692Bom
dixit, j.1. the petitioner in this case was in service of the education department of the government of bombay on or about 6 december 1948. according to the petitioner he was made permanent on the expiry of the probationary period. in about 1950 the petitioner was transferred as a clerk in the office of the educational inspector, ahmednagar, where he served for about a year. the petitioner was then retransferred to sangamner and at the latter place he worked in the office of the principal, training college for men, for about three years. the petitioner was again transferred to the office of the educational inspector, ahmednagar, and the petitioner's next assignment was that of a clerk in the government girls school, ahmednagar, where the petitioner worked for about seven or eight months. in april 1956 the petitioner was again posted as a clerk in the office of the principal, training college for men, at sangamner. 2. it appears that while the petitioner was working at that place, the petitioner was alleged to have committed an offence of forgery. it would appear that the explanation of the petitioner was then taken and the petitioner admitted his guilt. but the petitioner now disputes that he ever admitted having committed the offence of forgery. on 27 may 1957, a notice of discharge was given to the petitioner and it is in the following terms : 'as per d. e. poona's instructions conveyed in his no. s. 26(d) -b of 3-5-1957 you are hereby given one month's notice of discharge .....Tag this Judgment!