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Court quashes dismissal of cop after 14 years
1/12/2018 10:19:02 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 12: Justice MK Hanjura after hearing Sr. Adv Sunil Sethi with Adv Veenu Gupta quashed the termination order of a cop after 14 years with the observations that the penalty imposed upon the petitioner, cannot stand.
The Sword of Damocles has been kept hanging high on the head of the petitioner during the period spreading over more than a decade. The order of the dismissal of the petitioner dated 02.06.2003, issued by the respondents No.2 is quashed, as a consequence of which the petitioner is directed to be reinstated and taken into service. The respondents shall accord consideration to the payment of the arrears of salary/allowances in favour of the petitioner from the date of his dismissal upto his reinstatement in service.
The petitioner has sought the indulgence of this court in granting the aforesaid reliefs in his favour as the petitioner while serving the Jammu and Kashmir Police Organization in the valley in the peak of militancy and turmoil, effectively discharged his duty and played a key-role in breaking the backbone of the militants. The petitioner was known in the police organization for his honesty and devotion. He was looking after the security and was protecting the integrity of the Country. His performance was appreciated by his superiors. He was on the hit list and the hate list of the militants, who made it an endeavor to see that he is eliminated and put to the death.
They could not succeed in harming the petitioner physically. However, he was wrongly and falsely implicated in the case of an alleged custodial death of three persons, as a consequence of which two FIRs bearing Nos. 80/1999 and 31/1999 were registered against the petitioner at Police Stations Nageen, Srinagar and Sheri Baramulla, respectively for the alleged custodial killing of three persons.
He contested the charges leveled against him and the learned Additional Sessions Judge, Jammu after appreciating the evidence on record, acquitted the petitioner also from the aforesaid false and frivolous cases of custodial killings vide his judgment dated 16.05.2008, a copy of which is attached to the file. After his acquittal, the petitioner approached the respondents for allowing him to resume his duties. At the first instance, the petitioner was not allowed to resume his duties despite submission of a representation dated 22.08.2008, a copy of which is attached to the file. Finally the respondents informed the petitioner that his services have already been terminated way back in the year 2003 vide PHQ Order No.1854 of 2003 dated 02.06.2003 w.e.f. 27.11.1999.
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