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HC directs DFO to consider claim of casual labourers for regularization
9/19/2017 10:37:10 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 19: A Single bench of Jammu and Kashmir High court Jammu directed DFO Social Forestry to consider the claim of the casual labourers working in the department for regularization as per rules/policy.
The sole grievance of the petitioner is that despite the petitioners working in the Social Forestry Department as casual work charge laborer since more than 10 to 12 years and despite the petitioners fulfilling the eligibility conditions for regularization on the post of labourer, the names of the petitioners are not being forwarded by DFO Social Forestry for consideration of the claim of the petitioners for regularization.
The counsel contended that the petitioner would be satisfied if the writ petition is disposed of by directing DFO to forward the names of the petitioners for regularization in accordance with the policy/rules and regulations applicable.
Ayjaz Lone learned Advocate on Panel stated that he had no objection to the limited prayer of the petitioners.
Justice B S Walia after taking on record statements of learned counsel for the parties disposed of the writ petition with the consent of learned counsel for the parties thereby directing DFO Social Forestry to forward the names of the petitioners subject to their fulfilling the eligibility conditions stipulated in the policy applicable for regulations in accordance with the policy/rules and regulations applicable.
Justice Walia directed that the needful be done as expeditiously as possible preferably within a period of eight weeks.
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