. FLASH !!! 7TH PAY ALLOWANCES APPROVED BY CABINET- SEE THE POST BELOW

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Please contribute for the above cause. All to deposit contributions in AICE Insprs' Assn a/c No.800171737 with Indian Bank Patna West Gandhi Maidan Br IFSC IDIB000P027.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

CALCUTTA HIGH COURT UPDATE FOR 20.8.2010

COURT NO. 14
SECOND FLOOR

HON'BLE JUSTICE PRATAP KUMAR RAY
AND
HON'BLE JUSTICE MRINAL KANTI SINHA
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ON 20TH AGGUST, 2010
AT 2 P.M.
ON FRIDAY, THE 20TH AGGUST, 2010 AT 2 P.M.- WILL SIT TOGETHER AND TAKE SOME CONTEMPT AND PART-HEARD MATTERS.
CONTEMPT APPLICATION
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5. WP.CT 261/2008 SAMIRAN ROY & ORS Vs NILAY SENGUPTA
CAN 3238/2010 UNION OF INDIA & ORS

PROBABLY THIS TIME THERE WOULD BE NO ARGUMENTS, ONLY JUDGMENT IS LIKELY TO COME.

1 comment:

Robinhood said...

Big Questions.

What Calcutta court does tomorrow?

How long CBEC will take to implement decision of Calcutta High Court.

Another Question?

What prevents CBEC from ordering Ad Hoc promotions of Inspectors in the grade of Superintendent, if the stay continues.

Ad-hoc promotions can be ordered even if there is injunction order and it continues.

The Calcutta case is as regards inter-se seniority. Ad hoc promotions does not offer any right of seniority.

When there are proposals for removing stagnation in Inspector cadre and hundreds or a few thousand of Inspectors will be promoted as Superintendent in the cadre restructuring, what is logic in stopping even adhoc promotions.

DOPT instructions regarding adhoc appointment/promotions allow adhoc promotions even in the eventuality of injunction by the court.

Moreover promotion is a fundamental right of an employee. This right is further strengthened when you don't get promotion even after 18-20 years of service while your counterparts enjoy regular promotions.

Let AICEIA approach Board to withdraw order dated 23.03.2010 or ask the Board to modify order to the extent that this order is not applicable to CCAs following Rota Quota.

Comments welcome.