Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Hyderabad
Decided on : Jun-26-2009
..... dpc held on 10.10.2002. the respondents further pleaded that in conformity with the orders of the hon'ble a.p. high court, show cause notices dated 8.7.2008 were issued and there is no illegality in issuing show cause notices. in the additional reply, the respondents pleaded that as per ..... the said orders of this tribunal by filing a writ petition no. 10568/ 2005 before the hon'ble a.p. high court. the hon'ble a.p. high court passed final order on 15.2.2008 with the following observations: 7. at the outset, we are of the view that the tribunal, while ordering notice ..... heavily in their favour. the respondents would also not be suffering any prejudice in as much as they made a submission before the hon'ble high court that there is likelihood of all the respondents therein (applicants herein) being promoted in the existing vacancies. though there was no assertion made to this ..... for the petitioners, that the case of the respondents would be considered for promotion in the existing vacancies. he also submits, upon being questioned by this court, that there is likelihood of all the respondents being promoted in the existing vacancies, but thee is no assertion, as such. he also submits that ..... ? (vii) to what result? 10. point no. (i): originally, the show cause notices dated 8.7.2008 were challenged on the ground that there is no direction from the hon'ble high court to revert the applicants and therefore there was no jurisdiction for the respondents to issue such show cause notice. the .....Tag this Judgment!