Delhi Transport Corporation vs Shri Pale Ram on 5 February, 2016

I. S. MEHTA, J.
1. The present petitioner, i.e., Delhi Transport Corporation

(hereinafter referred to as the ‘petitioner-management’) has preferred the

present Writ Petition under Articles 226 of the Constitution of India for

issuance of Writ of Certiorari for quashing/setting aside the impugned

order dated 27.05.2003 passed by the Presiding Officer, Industrial

Tribunal-II, Karkardooma Courts, Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the

‘learned Labour Court/Industrial Adjudicator’) in O.P. No. 260/94.

2. The brief facts stated are that the respondent-workman, i.e., Shri

Pale Ram was in the employment of the petitioner-management as a

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conductor, B. No. 18555. On 14.07.1991, while the respondent-workman

was on duty in bus No. 9032 on Patiala-Delhi route, the checking

officials, i.e. , Shri Jagdish Chander, A.T.I., Shri Rajeev Wedhera, T.S.,

Shri Attar Singh, T.I., Shri Gulshan Kumar, T.I. and Shri Nathu Ram,

T.I., of the petitioner-management intercepted the said bus and found the

following irregularities:-

Source: Indian Kanoon

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