Monday, April 12, 2010

SUPREME COURT'S ORDER

Posted by Secretary General on 4/12/2010 01:25:00 PM with 2 comments
ITEM NO.117                    COURT NO.7             SECTION IX
 
              S U P R E M E      C O U R T   O F    I N D I A
                              RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS
 
CIVIL APPEAL NO(s). 1198 OF 2005
 
R.S. POTDAR & ORS.                                     Appellant (s)
 
 
                   VERSUS
 
 
UNION OF INDIA & ORS.                                  Respondent(s)
 
 
(With appln(s) for impleadment)
 
 
Date: 30/03/2010    This Appeal was called on for hearing today.
 
 
CORAM :
          HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MARKANDEY KATJU
          HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE A.K. PATNAIK
 
 
For Appellant(s)        Mr.   A.K. Ganguly, Sr. Adv.
                        Mr.   Jana Kalyan Das, Sr. Adv.
                        Mr.   S.K.Das, Adv.
                        Mr.   Avijeet Bhujabal, Adv.
                        Mr.   S.Burma, Adv.for
                        Mr.   Parmanand Gaur,Adv.
 
For Respondent(s)       Mr. Ashok Bhan, Adv.
                        Mr. Shalinder Saini, Adv.for
                        Mr. B.K. Prasad, Adv.
 
                        Mr. Lakshmi Raman Singh,Adv.
 
                        Mr. Jitendra Mohan Sharma ,Adv
                        Mr. Sandeep Malik, Adv.
 
                        Mr. Sibo Sankar Mishra, Adv.
 
 
 
 
            UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following
                                O R D E R
 
            We are informed that the Central Government has
     initiated the exercise for re-examining the existing ratio
     of 6:1:2 amongst feeder cadres for promotion to Group 'A'.
 
              In view of this, list this matter on 20th July, 2010.
    
 
(Parveen Kr. Chawla)   ( Indu Satija )
Court Master         Court Master
 
 

2 comments:

rajaguru said...

As could be seen from the Supreme Court order Government has initiated the exercise for re-examining the existing ratio of 6:1:2. The question is whether we will get justice from the Board or Board will decide as per the directive of the Customs Appraisers. We are entitled to 83% whereas we got only 67%. Customs Appraisers are entitled to 6% only whereas they got 22%. The rectification process should be carried out retrospectively. Further, filling up of the posts and application of ratio should be based on the posts and not based on the vacancies. We should be alert as otherwise the customs invaders will play all the tricks to defeat us as they have been doing hitherto.

AICEIA said...

Board has already expressed their willingness to rectify the ratio as par our demand subject to approval of Supreme Court. Board has no objection in this regard.Appraisers also filed a petition in supreme Court let us see what is the out come.