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Jan 21 2013 (SC)

Deepak Aggarwal Vs. Keshav Kaushik and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-21-2013

..... of service conditions of a government servant known to service jurisprudence. we may not be misunderstood to mean that the law officers as a genre are ineligible for judicial appointment. disqualification/ineligibility is attracted only to such category of law officers who opt for regular government employment. however, no such ineligibility is attached to the other category of law officers ..... with the above question, the court considered section 2(u) and section 24 cr.p.c. and section 46 of the prevention of money-laundering act, 2002 and few earlier decisions of this court in manu sharma24, sheonandan paswan v. state of bihar and others[28]. and johri mal15 and it was observed that in an appointment of public prosecutor, the principle ..... the scheme of the code the legislative intention is manifestly clear that prosecution in a sessions court cannot be conducted by anyone other than the public prosecutor. the legislature reminds the state that the policy must strictly conform to fairness in the trial of an accused in a sessions court. a public prosecutor is not expected to show a thirst to ..... of private practice.14. discipline, penalties and appeals. (1) in matters relating to discipline, penalties and appeals, members of the service shall be governed by the punjab civil services (punishment and appeal) rules, 1952, as amended from time to time: provided that the nature of penalties which may be imposed, the authority empowered to impose such penalties and appellate authority shall .....

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