Abandonment of work after two and a half years of transfer is justified – High Court

Amar Ujala Network, Prayagraj

Published by: Vinod Singh
Updated June 21, 2021 8:04 PM IST

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The Supreme Court of Allahabad suspended the implementation of the eased order issued in 2021 due to the transfer in the police department two and a half years ago. At the same time, the court suspended the implementation of the transfer order on July 12, 2019. It was said that after such a long time of the transfer order there was no reason for discharge on this basis.Judge JJ Munir gave this order on the petition of Chandan Kumar Singh, who was appointed chief of the Gorakhpur Civil Police. Senior attorney Vijay Gautam, who appeared for the petitioner, argued that the petitioner was transferred from Gorakhpur to GRP Lucknow on July 12, 2019. It was said that even after this order, the petitioner was detained in Gorakhpur itself. Now, after around two and a half years, the release of the petitioner by order of the DIG / SSP Gorakhpur on March 1, 2021 is unreasonable and justified.

The High Court accepted the motion and gave notice to the parties. The government has been instructed to respond to this petition within four weeks. The court said it will hear the motion on July 22, 2021. The court has ordered the petitioner to continue his duties in Gorakhpur himself and has requested that the petitioner receive his salary on a regular basis.

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The Supreme Court of Allahabad suspended the implementation of the eased order issued in 2021 due to the transfer in the police department two and a half years ago. At the same time, the court suspended the implementation of the transfer order on July 12, 2019. It was said that after such a long time of the transfer order there was no reason for discharge on this basis.

Judge JJ Munir gave this order on the petition of Chandan Kumar Singh, who was appointed chief of the Gorakhpur Civil Police. Senior attorney Vijay Gautam, who appeared for the petitioner, argued that the petitioner was transferred from Gorakhpur to GRP Lucknow on July 12, 2019. It was said that even after this order, the petitioner was detained in Gorakhpur itself. Now, after around two and a half years, the release of the petitioner by order of the DIG / SSP Gorakhpur on March 1, 2021 is unreasonable and justified.

The High Court accepted the motion and gave notice to the parties. The government has been instructed to respond to this petition within four weeks. The court said it will hear the motion on July 22, 2021. The court has ordered the petitioner to continue his duties in Gorakhpur himself and has requested that the petitioner receive his salary on a regular basis.

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