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High Court imposed 50 thousand penalty on IPS Pankaj Chaudhary: The court angry on a petition in HC despite the pending transfer case CAT

High Court imposed 50 thousand penalty on IPS Pankaj Chaudhary: The court angry on a petition in HC despite the pending transfer case CAT

The Rajasthan High Court, despite the pending case of IPS Pankaj Chaudhary's transfer in the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), expressed deep displeasure over filing a petition in the High Court and imposed a penalty of Rs 50,000 on Chaudhary. The divisional bench of Justice Pankaj Bhandari and Justice Sameer Jain rejected the plea of ​​Pankaj Chaudhary and gave this order. The court said in its order- people have become a habit of putting such petitions, which should not be promoted . Such petitions also spoil the precious time of the court. Despite the interim order in favor of the petitioner by the tribunal, the petition was submitted in the High Court while the case should have been raised in the tribunal itself. This is the misuse of judicial process. Therefore, the petitioner will have to deposit 50 thousand rupees as a penalty in the Rajasthan State Legal Service Authority (Ralsa) in a month. Advocate Tanveer Ahmed said that the order of CAT is not being considered as the state government. Bypassing his stay order, the petitioner has been asked to join the transfer place. On this, the High Court said-If a contempt is made in the case, then the petitioner should go to CAT. The CAT has already given him the relief. In the petition, the personnel department (DOP) of the Government of Rajasthan said that the petitioner was transferred from SDRF's SP post to community policing on 30 June. Put on the post of Whereas on July 6, CAT had asked the petitioner to continue working in the old position in case of non -relieving interim order. Despite the tribunal order, the state government issued an order on July 12, asking the petitioner to handle the new post. While IPS Pankaj Chaudhary was not yet relieved from the old post. But the order of July 12, released after the ban, is the same as the relieving order. Therefore, there was a demand to allow the petitioner to remain in the old post. The High Court dismissed the petition and imposed a penalty of Rs 50,000 on the petitioner. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 3:59 pm
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