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Delhi Society For Prevention Of … vs Nand Kishore Sharma on 27 November, 2015

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1. This appeal is preferred against the order of the learned Single
Judge dated 21.09.2011 in W.P.(C) No. 6971/2005. The respondent No.4
in the writ petition is the appellant before us. The writ petitioner is
arrayed as the sole respondent and the other respondents in the writ
petition are not made parties to the appeal. For the sake of convenience,
the appellant and the respondent herein shall hereinafter be referred to as
they were arrayed in the writ petition, i.e. the respondent No.4/Delhi
Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (for short „DSPCA‟) and the
writ petitioner respectively.
2. The writ petition was filed with a prayer to quash the order dated
24.12.2004 passed by the respondent No.4/appellant herein imposing the
penalty of compulsory retirement from service with immediate effect
against the writ petitioner. The learned Single Judge allowed the writ
petition with costs and set aside the impugned order dated 24.12.2004.
Consequently, reinstatement of the writ petitioner in service with all
consequential benefits was ordered. Hence, this appeal.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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