Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Sep-04-1990
Reported in : AIR1991SC101; (1991)1CompLJ1(SC); JT1990(3)SC725; 1991LabIC91; (1991)ILLJ395SC; 1991Supp(1)SCC600; Supp1SCR142; 1991(1)SLJ56(SC)
..... so as to sacrifice the principle of natural justice which are considered as essential part of rule of law. in amritsar municipality v. state of punjab : 3scr447 the court ascertained the intention of the legislature and interpreted the act consistent with the said intention. sunil batra v. delhi admn. : 1978crilj1741 is also a decision where it was found that the intention ..... to continue in office till he attains the age of superannuation as per rules or is dismissed or removed from service for inefficiency, misconduct or negligence or any other disqualification in accordance with the procedure prescribed in the rules, and fair and reasonable opportunity of being heard or on compulsory retirement or in certain circumstances, subject to the conditions ..... authority. any action taken without any modicum of reasonable procedure and prior opportunity always generates an unquenchable feeling that unfair treatment was meted out to the aggrieved employee. to prevent miscarriage of justice or to arrest a nursing grievance that arbitrary, whimsical or capricious action was taken behind the back of an employee without opportunity, the law must provide ..... r. tendolkar and ors. : 1scr279 to support the above theory is also according to me not correct. as has been pointed out there, the commission of inquiry act, 1952, the validity of which was challenged on the ground of unguided powers to, institute inquiries, was not violative of article 14 because the long title and section 3 of the .....Tag this Judgment!