DHANENDRA DEVILAL CHAUHAN Vs. BHARTIYA ADIWASI SHIV SHIKSHAN
HIGH COURT OF BOMBAY (AT: NAGPUR)
Dhanendra Devilal Chauhan
Bhartiya Adiwasi Shiv Shikshan
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VASANTI A NAIK,J. -
(1.) By this writ petition, the
petitioner seeks a direction to the respondent No.1-society as also the respondent Nos.3 and
4-education authorities to take appropriate action against the respondent No.2- headmaster of the school for his refusal to permit the petitioner to
join his duties in the school, on compassionate ground.
(2.) The father of the petitioner worked in the respondent No.1-society from the year 1981 till 1998. The father of the petitioner expired while in service, in the year 1998. According to the petitioner,
his three brothers and his mother gave a no objection for granting compassionate appointment to
the petitioner in view of the death of his father. The claim of the petitioner was not considered for
almost nine years and in the year 2007, the management resolved to appoint the petitioner on
compassionate ground. Though a resolution for appointing the petitioner on compassionate ground
was passed in the year 2007, the headmaster of the school-respondent No.2, did not permit the
petitioner to join the duties. The petitioner made complaints to the education authorities. Though
the education authorities also requested the headmaster and the management to take steps for
permitting the petitioner to work in the school, the petitioner was not permitted to do so. By this
writ petition, the petitioner has sought his appointment on compassionate ground and has further
sought action against the respondent No.2 for not permitting the petitioner to work in the school
though he was sought to be appointed by the management on compassionate ground.
(3.) Shri Thakre, the learned Additional Government Pleader appearing for the respondent Nos.3 and 4, states that the education authorities have no objection if
the management permits the petitioner to work in the school and appoints him on compassionate
ground. It is stated that the education authorities had requested the headmaster to permit the
petitioner to work in the school.;
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