SHIV CHARAN SINGH Vs. STATE OF PUNJAB
LAWS(SC)-2006-11-117
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA (FROM: PUNJAB & HARYANA)
Decided on November 17,2006

SHIV CHARAN SINGH Appellant
VERSUS
STATE OF PUNJAB Respondents


Referred Judgements :-

SUSEEL FINANCE AND LEASING CO. V. M. LATA AND ORS. [REFERRED TO]
M.N. HAIDER AND ORS. V. KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN AND ORS. [REFERRED TO]
SHANKER MOTIRAM NALE VS. SHIOLALSING GANNUSING RAJPUT [REFERRED TO]



Cited Judgements :-

BUSSA OVERSEAS & PROPERTIES P LTD VS. UNION OF INDIA [LAWS(SC)-2016-1-114] [REFERRED TO]
RAJESH GULIA VS. SAURABH SHIVHARE AND ORS. [LAWS(P&H)-2019-4-392] [REFERRED TO]
MUNICIPAL CORPORATION SHIMLA VS. MOHAN SINGH AND OTHERS [LAWS(HPH)-2018-11-183] [REFERRED TO]
SRI MORR @ SHRI MAURYA SINGH VS. SMT. SUSHILA DEVI [LAWS(PAT)-2008-2-188] [REFERRED TO]
LATE PREM RAJ CHAUDHARY VS. BABU RAM AND ORS. [LAWS(DLH)-2015-8-145] [REFERRED TO]


JUDGEMENT

- (1.)Leave granted.
(2.)Challenge in this appeal is to the order passed by a Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court dismissing the application for review filed in respect of the order in CWP No.17615 of 2001 which was dismissed on 12.8.2005. The said writ petition was dismissed on the ground that the writ petitioner was absent for about three years. The High Court found the writ petitioner to be a habitual absentee and, therefore, felt that he did not deserve any relief in the quantum of punishment. It is to be noted that while issuing notice on 6.11.2001 the following order had been passed by the High Court:
"Learned counsel for the petitioner at the time of arguments stated that the petitioner has put in ten years of service and he has been deprived of the retiral benefits in view of the impugned order. He confines the prayer in the writ petition only to the quantum of punishment."

(3.)Learned counsel for the appellant submitted that the High Court is not right in holding that the review petition was not entertainable in view of the materials which were placed for consideration. Those materials clearly show that the High Court did not take note of the correct factual position while dismissing the writ petition.


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