KENDRIYA VIDHYALAYA SANGATHAN Vs. AJAY KUMAR DAS
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA (FROM: DELHI)
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN
AJAY KUMAR DAS
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Rajendra Babu, J. -
(1.)Leave granted in all the SLPs.
(2.)The services of one Dr. K. C. Rakesh, Assistant Commissioner of the appellants' Regional Office in Guwahati stood terminated by an order made on December 11, 1997.
(3.)An advertisement had been issued on 26-10-1996 for filling up 12 posts of LDCs. Certain tests were held on different dates and letters of appointment were issued on 13/15 December, 1997 by the said Dr. K. C. Rakesh to the respondents and they were duly appointed. On the order terminating the services of the said Dr. K. C. Rakesh, a writ petition was filed before the High Court of Delhi which came to be ultimately dismissed. An interim order had been made in the said writ petition and the same was vacated by the Delhi High Court by an order made on 4-2-1998. The relevant portion of the said order reads as follows :
". . . .taking advantage of the interim order passed by this Court, the petitioner has issued various orders. Whatever orders passed by the petitioner after the termination order issued by the respondents will be treated as null and void and they will have absolutely no legal effect. The respondent will act as if there are not such orders passed by the petitioner after the termination order was passed."
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