HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE VALMIKI J.MEHTA
To be referred to the Reporter or not?
VALMIKI J. MEHTA, J (ORAL)
1. By this writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of
India, the petitioner seeks direction against the respondent no.1/school for
payment of an amount of Rs.63,645/- towards salary arrears by application
of the Sixth Pay Commission Report, as also an amount of Rs.1,12,815/-
towards House Rent Allowance besides Rs.22,276/- towards earned leave.
All the amounts which are claimed by the petitioner are on the basis that the
Sixth Pay Commission Report has been made applicable to schools in Delhi.
2. The facts are that the petitioner was appointed as a Post
Graduate Teacher (Maths) with the respondent no.1/school on probation by
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letter dated 7.7.2003 and services commenced w.e.f 16.7.2003. Petitioner
was confirmed in his job after completion of probation vide letter of the
respondent no.1/school dated 8.7.2004. Petitioner however resigned from
his job by giving the requisite notice dated 29.8.2006 and was accordingly
relieved w.e.f 24.11.2006. Petitioner claims that the Sixth Pay Commission
Report became applicable to schools in terms of the circular of the Director
of Education dated 15.10.2008, and therefore, petitioner should be granted
the payments in terms of the circular of the Director of Education dated
Source: Indian Kanoon