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DISMISSAL OF EMPLOYEE FOR MISBEHAVIOR WITH LADY STAFF

Other Topics - By: - Mr. M. GOVINDARAJAN - Dated:- 24-4-2015 - The ladies working in the offices are getting more troubles despite enactments have been made to protect their interests. Despite heavy punishments are being imposed for such offences still the same is continuing. The Delhi High Court dealt with one such case in Rajendar Singh V. State Bank of India [2015 (4) TMI 663 - DELHI HIGH COURT] In the said case the petitioner filed a writ petition against the order of the Tribunal confirming .....

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The Regional Manager had conspired with Ms. Sunita Jain to remove the petitioner from the services from the bank; The Regional Manager wanted to accommodate another person in the Delhi Branch and since this was frustrated by the petitioner, a conspiracy was hatched by him to conjure up a false case against him; The Tribunal rejected the said contention as it found no evidence of conspiracy as claimed by the petitioner. The Tribunal also examined the petitioner s appointment letter and the lette .....

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he same did not bring the benefit Sunita Jain in any manner. The Tribunal confirmed held that the charges of misconduct with a lady staff were proved and the petitioner was imposed correctly the dismissal order from the services of the bank. The petitioner before the High Court contended that the Tribunal relied on the sole testimony of Ms. Sunita Jain and held that the charges of misconduct within the meaning of paragraph 19.5© and (j) of the Bipartite Settlement dated 19.10.1966, were pro .....

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not accept the contentions of the petitioner. The High Court found that the Tribunal had not only evaluated the evidence of the petitioner but also considered his defence. The Tribunal had considered the conspiracy theory advanced by the petitioner. The Tribunal had found that there was no material to support the same. In the view of the High Court the decision of the Tribunal could not be found fault. In the present case there is no evidence of any deep enmity between the petitioner and Ms. Sun .....

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