MOHD ASHRAF GOJRI Vs. STATE OF J&K
HIGH COURT OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR
Mohd Ashraf Gojri
STATE OF JANDK
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(1.) BY this judgement, I propose to dispose of all the three writ petition tilled above as common questions of fact and law arc involved in these
(2.) IN SWP No. 535/2000, petitioner seeks appointment on compassionate grounds on the count that his father namely Ghulam Hassan
Gujri, who was working as Cleaner in the Mechanical and Stores Division,
USIIP -11 Kangan died in harness on 24 -10 -1985 leaving behind four minors
and widow. The petitioner at the time of death of the deceased was minor.
As per averments made in the petition, he attained majority in the year
1995, also simultaneously passed 10+2 examination. It is also submitted that though the case of the petitioner was processed, but respondents
failed to appointment him on compassionate grounds in term of SRO 43 of
1994, hence this petition.
(3.) IN SWP No. 554/2000, it is submitted that the petitioners father Late Ali Mohammad Dar, who was working as teacher in the Education
Department on substantive post, died in harness on 25 -4 -1990 leaving
behind the widow and four minor kids, petitioner was 13 years of age and
undergoing education. He applied for appointment on compassionate grounds
in the year 1994 which was rejected on 26 -8 -1995. He has accordingly
prayed that the communication dated 26 -8 -1995 be quashed and the
respondents be commanded to appoint him on compassionate grounds in terms
of SRO 43 of 1994.
In SWP No. 1068/2000, petitioner claims appointment on compassionate grounds on the count that his father was working as Fitter
in PHE Division, Anantnag who died in harness on 29 -7 -1990 and he applied
for appointment on compassionate grounds in the year 1995. His case was
processed but he was not appointed which constrained him to file the writ
petition at hand for seeking writ of "mandamus commanding the respondents
to appoint him on compassionate grounds.;
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