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Ram Kumar & Ors vs The Administrator Of Union … on 14 September, 2015

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1. Ram Kumar, Umed Singh, Attar Singh Rana and Jai Singh filed
W.P.(C) No.311/1991 whereas Narender Nagar filed W.P.(C) No.313/1991
which were dismissed vide the impugned judgment dated May 21, 2008. Jai

Singh expired during the pendency of the writ petition and hence he was
struck off from the memo of parties. Hence the present appeals by Ram
Kumar, Umed Singh, Attar Singh Rana and Narender Nagar.
2. The case of the appellants in the writ petitions was that they were
daily rated employees working with the Delhi State Industrial Development
Corporation Ltd. (in short „the DSIDC‟) and vide the office orders dated
July 17, 1980, October 06, 1982 and December 30, 1985 Ram Kumar, Umed
Singh and Attar Singh respectively were regularised as Junior Assistants
whereas Narender Nagar was regularised vide the office order dated
September 19, 1979 with the DSIDC. In June, 1985 the Mineral Division of
the DSIDC was separated and incorporated as Delhi State Mineral
Development Corporation Ltd. (in short „the DSMDC‟). Since the
appellants were working in the mineral division they became employees of
DSMDC. Applications were invited by the DSMDC for the post of
Vigilance Inspectors from amongst the staff vide its circular dated July 10,
1989 prescribing the eligibility as graduate and having sound health and
good physique. After the interview the appellants were appointed as
Vigilance Inspectors purely on ad-hoc basis initially for a period of three
months vide office order dated September 20, 1989. However vide office
order dated February 06, 1990 the appellants were given notice that their
services as Vigilance Inspectors stand terminated w.e.f the date of expiry of
a period of one month from the date of the order and they were to be
reverted back to their substantive posts as Assistant Grade-III which was the
re-designation of the post of Junior Assistant on which they were initially
regularised.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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