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Shri Nanak Chand vs New Delhi Municipal Council on 11 September, 2015

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1. Nanak Chand is aggrieved by the impugned order dated May 27,
2014 passed by the learned Single Judge disposing of W.P.(C)
No.6933/2003 filed by the New Delhi Municipal Council which laid a
challenge to an award dated December 13, 2001 passed by the Labour
Court in ID No.203/1994.
2. Noting that Nanak Chand had worked as a Muster Roll Worker
from February 02, 1987 to April 16, 1988, during which period Nanak
Chand was being paid remuneration in sum of `450/- per month, the
learned Single Judge has taken note of the fact that Nanak Chand had
been able to receive `2,73,824/- in execution proceedings initiated by him
to enforce the award, which reinstated him in service with full back

wages. The learned Single Judge has, while modifying the award,
directed the New Delhi Municipal Council to pay a further sum of
`50,000/- to Nanak Chand. Cost has been imposed upon Nanak Chand in
sum of `10,000/- for not disclosing to the Court that he had, in the
execution proceedings, already recovered `2,73,824/-.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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