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Sc Terms Up Officers ‘arrogant’, Paves Way For Arrest Of Two Including Finance Secretary

PTI, New Delhi

Published by: Amit Mandal
Updated Sat, 13 Nov 2021 05:02 PM IST

Summary

The matter pertains to regularization of service and payment of arrears to a collection Amin at Allahabad.

Terming the officials as “highly arrogant”, the Supreme Court on Saturday dismissed the appeal of the Uttar Pradesh government and cleared the way for the arrest of the state’s finance secretary and additional chief secretary (revenue). Allahabad High Court issued bailable warrants for delayed and partial compliance of orders.

The matter pertains to regularization of service and payment of arrears to a collection Amin at Allahabad. The High Court on November 1 observed that the authorities are treating the court as a playground and have refused to pay arrears of salary to a person who was earlier denied the rightful claim of regularization of service.

misled the court
The Court observed that since the Respondents (officers) have deliberately misled the Court and violated the promise made by the Additional Advocate General in not paying the arrears of salary to the Petitioner, this Court records the agony and anguish about the reprehensible conduct of the Respondents. Is. The Court considers that the issue of bailable warrants against Additional Chief Secretary (Revenue) and Sanjay Kumar, the then District Magistrate, presently Secretary (Finance), is made out. Orders them to appear before this court on November 15.

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Terming the officials as “highly arrogant”, the Supreme Court on Saturday dismissed the appeal of the Uttar Pradesh government and cleared the way for the arrest of the state’s finance secretary and additional chief secretary (revenue). Allahabad High Court issued bailable warrants for delayed and partial compliance of orders.

The matter pertains to regularization of service and payment of arrears to a collection Amin at Allahabad. The High Court on November 1 observed that the authorities are treating the court as a playground and have refused to pay arrears of salary to a person who was earlier denied the rightful claim of regularization of service.

misled the court

The Court observed that since the Respondents (officers) have deliberately misled the Court and violated the promise made by the Additional Advocate General in not paying the arrears of salary to the Petitioner, this Court records the agony and anguish about the reprehensible conduct of the Respondents. Is. The Court considers that the issue of bailable warrants against Additional Chief Secretary (Revenue) and Sanjay Kumar, the then District Magistrate, presently Secretary (Finance), is made out. Orders them to appear before this court on November 15.

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