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Court reinstates K K Gupta, others
12/13/2017 10:30:49 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 13: Many government servants who were retired prematurely by the government have got their jobs back as single and double benches of J&K High Court have quashed the government orders.
Seven orders of single bench ordering reinstatement of dismissed employees were upheld by double bench of High Court on Tuesday.
Today nine appeals of the government were dismissed by the Divisional Bench of High Court upholding decisions of single bench reinstating the government servants who were prematurely retired on 30-6-2015.
It has been observed by the bench in most cases government had shown the door to employees merely on registration of FIR which is not sufficient ground for this action.
In case of KK Gupta Chief Engineer there was no FIR or any complaint. Strangely he was recommended to be confirmed as Chief Engineer by Vigilance Organization/General department two months after the issuance of premature retirement order. The Supreme Court has also dismissed all appeals made by the state government. It may be recalled that 63 government employees were retired prematurely in June 2015.
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