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Case Name : D.K. Srivastava Vs Union of India (Central Administrative Tribunal Chandigarh)
Appeal Number : (OA No. 87-CH of 2012)
Date of Judgement/Order : 27/02/2012
Related Assessment Year :
Courts : All ITAT
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The applicant is an Accountant Member of the ITAT, Chandigarh who, having joined the employment aforementioned on 25.8.2003, came to be transferred to the ITAT, Chandigarh Bench on 25.10.2010. He has been, vide order Annexure A-I dated 23.1.2012, ordered to be transferred to the Rajkot Bench of the ITAT. The transfer is indicated to have been ordered “in public interest”.

3′ The applicant has applied for the invalidation of the impugned transfer order by averring that it is punitive in character because he had a difference of opinion in a judicial matter with private Respondent No.4, who made a complaint against him. An inquiry was conducted by the Senior Vice President of the ITAT at Delhi who, without affording an opportunity of a hearing to him, indicted him and, then, opted to become a part of the collegium of the ITAT (the other two members being the President and the other Vice President of the Tribunal respectively), which recommended his transfer.

(OA No. 87-CH of 2012)

CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL CHANDIGARH BENCH

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