K.M. Tomar vs State Bank Of India & Ors. on 6 November, 2015

Through: Mr. Rajiv Kapur with Mr. Karan Kakkar,
Advocates for SBI.
CORAM:
HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE S. RAVINDRA BHAT
HON’BLE MS. JUSTICE DEEPA SHARMA

S. RAVINDRA BHAT, J

% This writ petition was referred to the Division Bench by an order of
the single judge dated 18.07.2013. The single judge noticed that writ
petitioner had challenged the vires of Rule 50 of the State Bank of India
(Supervising Staff) Service Rules, 1975 (hereafter “the Rules”). The other
reliefs claimed are for quashing the order of dismissal issued against the writ
petitioner.
2. The Petitioner was at the relevant time working as Branch Manager
of the respondent State Bank of India (SBI), Karawal Nagar Branch, New
Delhi. By an order dated 31.08.1984 he was placed under suspension, in
terms of Rule 50A (1) of the State Bank of India (Supervising Staff) Service
Rules, 1975 (hereafter “the Rules”) on allegations of irregularity. A charge
sheet was later issued, on 31.10.1989. This was followed by a detailed
inquiry. The Enquiry Officer furnished his report (dated 29.05.1991) to the

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SBI and the Disciplinary Authority after considering the report imposed the
penalty of dismissal, by order dated 30.12.1991. The petitioner appealed
against his dismissal, without avail. The appellate authority rejected his plea
by order dated 16.10.1993. The petitioner sought review of the said order;
the review was declined by the SBI’s order dated 10.04.1996.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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