Ashok Kumar Aggarwal vs Union Of India And Another on 22 September, 2021

1. Being aggrieved and feeling dissatisfied by the judgment and order of
Central Administrative Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi
(hereinafter referred to as „the Tribunal‟) in O.A. No.1835/2020 dated
18.12.2020 (Annexure P-1 to the memo of this petition), the present
petition has been preferred by the Original Applicant. The learned
Tribunal dismissed O.A.No.1835/2020 whereby order dated 10.06.2019
(Annexure P-2 to the memo of this petition) passed by the Respondents of
compulsorily retiring the petitioner was not interfered with. Similarly,

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Digitally Signed By:AMIT
NARAYAN BHARTHUAR
Signing Date:22.09.2021
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order dated 19.08.2019 (Annexure P-3 to the memo of this petition) passed
by the Respondents rejecting the representation of the Petitioner was also
not interfered with by the Tribunal. Thus, the order passed by the
Respondents under Rule 56(j) of Fundamental Rules of retiring the
Petitioner with immediate effect from 10.06.2019 was not interfered with
and since then the Petitioner already stands retired from services of the
Respondents.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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