Court : Karnataka
Decided on : Jan-21-2002
Reported in : [2002(93)FLR1043]; ILR2002KAR2337; 2002(3)KarLJ65
..... termination of appellant's service was, therefore, retrenchment under section 2(oo) of the industrial disputes act, 1947 and it could be done only in accordance with the provisions contained in section 25-f of the industrial disputes act, 1947. in krishna district co-operative marketing society limited, vijayawada v. n.v. purnachandra rao and ors., : (1987)iillj365sc this court has construed the provisions of ..... 6(c) of the service rules of the first respondent-corporation. rule 6(c) empowers the managing director to make temporary appointments for a period of six months subject to extension. rule 6(c) reads as follows:'rule 6(c).--notwithstanding anything contained in rule 6 the managing director shall be entitled to make appointment on temporary/contract basis to any ..... circumstances, would be founded on the allegations, of misconduct which were found to be true in the preliminary enquiry.14. the supreme court in v.p. ahuja v. state of punjab, : (2000)illj1099sc held that a probationer or a temporary servant, is also entitled to certain protection and his services cannot be terminated arbitrarily, nor can those services be terminated in ..... gone through these decisions. except the case of ram chandra trivedi, supra, all other cases referred to above were decided prior to the decision in samsher singh v. state of punjab and anr., : (1974)iillj465sc which is a judgment delivered by a bench of seven judges. as pointed out by us in all these cases including the case of flam chandra .....Tag this Judgment!