B.JONES ALFRED Vs. PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT
HIGH COURT OF MADRAS
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT
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(1.) The petitioner has filed the above Writ Petition to issue a Writ
of Certiorarified Mandamus, to call for the records relating to the
proceedings made in G.O(2D) No.8, Commercial Taxes and Registration
(E1) Department dated 23.01.2012 passed by the first respondent and to
quash the same and further directing the respondents to disburse the
entire retirement benefits within the time stipulated by this Court.
(2.) The case of the petitioner is that he joined as Junior Assistant on 24.10.1969 and while he was serving as Deputy Commercial Tax Officer, a charge-memo dated 30.03.2004 has been served on him on the
date of his superannuation viz., 31.03.2004, containing five charges and
he was suspended on the ground that the charges are pending against
(3.) The Assistant Commissioner (Commercial Taxes), Tuticorin was appointed as an Enquiry Officer and the petitioner appeared before him for enquiry and he placed his submissions as to the charges levelled
against him. On 12.07.2004, the Enquiry Officer, after conducting
detailed enquiry, had given the findings that charge Nos.1 and 2 levelled
against the petitioner were not proved and charge Nos.3, 4 and 5 levelled
against the petitioner were proved.;
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