Delhi Transport Corporation vs Jagdish Prashad on 23 December, 2015

1. Challenge in this writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India
is to the award dated 30th April, 2013 passed by the Presiding Officer, Labour
Court-X, KKD, Delhi in DID No.475/09 whereby the respondent/workman was
granted the relief of back wages w.e.f. the date of termination of service, i.e., 6th
December, 2006 till the date of his superannuation along with continuity of
service and consequential benefits.
2. The respondent (hereinafter referred to as „workman‟) was working as a
conductor in Delhi Transport Corporation (hereinafter referred to as
„corporation‟). He was terminated on 6th December, 2006 on the allegations that
on 20th June, 1994 when he was on duty on bus No.9792, Ajmeri Gate-Sohna

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Route, his bus was checked by the checking staff. He had issued tickets of less
denomination to two passengers after having accepted full fare from them. On
10th July, 1994, the workman was served with the charge sheet dated 7th July, 1994
to which he submitted his reply. After holding an inquiry, the workman was
terminated from his services.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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