VIJAYA SAHEBRAO CHAUDHARI Vs. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA
HIGH COURT OF BOMBAY
Vijaya Sahebrao Chaudhari
STATE OF MAHARASHTRA
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(1.) Rule, returnable forthwith. By consent of parties, heard finally.
(2.) The Petitioner, who is in the service of Zilla Parishad, Pune as a Pharmacist, has been transferred by an order dated 30 April 2016
annexed at page 25 of the paperbook from Primary Health Centre,
Rahu, Taluka: Daund to the Primary Health Centre, Karla, taluka:
Maval, District. Pune. The transfer order categorically records that
the Petitioner should be relieved on 31 May 2016 after the office
hours for enabling her to join at the transferred place and that the
Petitioner should immediately join the post at Karla. Accordingly, the
Petitioner, by her letter dated 31 May 2016 handed over the charge of
her post at Rahu, taluka Daund. On 1 June 2016, the Petitioner
reported at the transferred place. A letter to that effect is addressed to
the Medical Officer, Primary Health Centre, Karla.
(3.) It appears that only because certain report of the Petitioner being relieved from Rahu was not received by the
concerned Medical Officer at Karla, the Petitioner was not permitted
to join and discharge her duties at the transferred posting. The
Petitioner therefore addressed letter dated 1 June 2016 to the Medical
Officer at Karla pointing out that she has been transferred by virtue of
the said transfer order and accordingly, she is entitled to work at the
transferred posting. However, surprisingly, by letter dated 3 June
2016 the Medical Officer, Primary Health Centre, Karla informed the Petitioner, that as she has not produced the relieving order from Rahu
and, therefore, she would not be permitted to join duties at Karla.;
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