Union Of India And Anr. vs Dr. Malti Gautam on 30 October, 2015

1. The present writ petition challenges the correctness of the order
dated 16.04.2014 passed by the Central Administrative Tribunal
(hereinafter referred to as „the Tribunal‟) in O.A. No. 16/2014
whereby the Tribunal allowed the said O.A. filed by the
2. The facts of the present case are that the respondent was appointed
as a Medical Officer in the Central Health Service (CHS) through
an exam conducted by the Union Public Service Commission
(UPSC) in 1984. Thereafter, the respondent was promoted to the

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rank of Chief Medical Officer w.e.f. 25.04.1993. The respondent
was granted the status of CMO (NFSG) w.e.f. 05.04.2002 and has
been working on the same post since then. While the respondent
was working as CMO (NFSG), Central Government Health
Services, Delhi, the respondent was transferred to Rural Health
Training Center (RHTC), Najafgarh, New Delhi vide order dated
13.12.2011. Questioning the said transfer order, she preferred O.A.
No. 29/2012. The Tribunal by its order dated 25.01.2012 disposed
of the said O.A., without interfering with the transfer order dated
13.12.2011, thereby giving liberty to the respondent to make a
representation and on receipt of such representation, the petitioners
were directed to pass a speaking order thereon.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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