Samay Singh vs Uoi & Ors. on 4 April, 2016

2. Vide impugned order of 18th November, 2005 (Annexure A-4) the
petitioner’s revision petition was dismissed. Sequential facts, as disclosed
in the impugned order, are that on account of unauthorized absence of
123 days, a disciplinary inquiry was held against the petitioner on the
following two charges:-
” ARTICLE-I

That Force No. 015080299, constable Samey Singh,
B/55, while working as a Constable in Central Reserve Police
Force being the member of the force under CRPF Act, 1949,
Section 11 (1) had done laxity in his duty and indiscipline in
which the above individual after the expiry of casual leave
granted by competent officer for 15 days dated 16.7.2004 to
2.8.2004 without the acceptance/ permission of competent
officer and without any information remained absent from his
duties from dated 3.8.2004 to 3.12.2004, total 123 days. In this
way, despite being the member of a disciplined Force, had done
a punishable offence under Section 11 (1) of C.R.P.F. Act,
1949.

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Samay Singh vs Uoi & Ors. on 4 April, 2016

2. Vide impugned order of 18th November, 2005 (Annexure A-4) the
petitioner’s revision petition was dismissed. Sequential facts, as disclosed
in the impugned order, are that on account of unauthorized absence of
123 days, a disciplinary inquiry was held against the petitioner on the
following two charges:-
” ARTICLE-I

That Force No. 015080299, constable Samey Singh,
B/55, while working as a Constable in Central Reserve Police
Force being the member of the force under CRPF Act, 1949,
Section 11 (1) had done laxity in his duty and indiscipline in
which the above individual after the expiry of casual leave
granted by competent officer for 15 days dated 16.7.2004 to
2.8.2004 without the acceptance/ permission of competent
officer and without any information remained absent from his
duties from dated 3.8.2004 to 3.12.2004, total 123 days. In this
way, despite being the member of a disciplined Force, had done
a punishable offence under Section 11 (1) of C.R.P.F. Act,
1949.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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