Regularise daily wagers who completed seven years: DB

Division Bench of State High Court comprising Chief Justice N Paul Vasanthakumar and Justice Dhiraj Singh Thakur observed that the persons who had completed seven years of service from their initial appointment as ordered by the
government pursuant to the Cabinet Decision dated 10.09.2001 through Government Order No.1285-GAD of 2001 dated 06.11.2001 shall be regularised.
DB further said that there is no merit in the appeal, the same is dismissed with a direction to the appellants to implement the order of Writ Court dated 26.11.2009 within a period of one month with all consequential benefits. While calculating the monetary benefits payable to the respondent, the salary already paid on daily wage basis to him shall also be adjusted.
The case of the writ petitioner Rakesh Kumar before the writ Court was that he was appointed as Daily Wager in the month of August, 1996 against the sanctioned post in the Medical College, Jammu vide recommendation dated 28.09.1999 along with 47 other persons as Daily Wagers and on completion of seven years of requisite service, he would be entitled for regularization under SRO-64 of 1994. The Principal Medical College, Jammu vide his communication dated 13.03.2001 recommended that out of 47 persons appointed as Daily Wagers, 39 persons had completed the requisite term of seven years and were required to be regularized leaving 8 persons who had not completed the requisite period. JNF
HC remanded case back to trial court
Jammu Tawi, May 16
Justice DS Thakur of J&K High Court, Jammu while allowing the appeal of Ravi Kumar and Others who were the tenants held that the decision rendered by the First Appellate Court was only on the basis of the facts and law as was reflected in the judgment of the Trial Court without, at all, going through the actual evidence on record.
Justice Thakur accepted the appeal and held that the appellate Court is the last Court of Facts and has to appreciate the evidence independently and to give finding to that aspect. Further Court relied upon the judgment passed by the Supreme Court and held that the Judgment of the appellate Court must, reflect its conscience application of mind and record the findings supported by reasons on all the issues arising along with the contentions put forth and pressed by the parties for decision of the appellate Court while sitting as a Court of Appeal.
The Court further remanded the case to the District Court. —JNF
Court suspends work
Jammu Tawi, May 16
The work in the State High Court Jammu Wing as well as District Court Complex Janipur remained suspended against the attempt to kidnap the lady advocate from the court premises.
Due the work suspend the work
remain suffered. —JNF

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