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HC grants last opportunity to CS, FS to comply with direction
Contempt regarding 'Pay Anomaly'
8/29/2018 10:26:49 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 29: In contempt petition filed seeking implementation of judgment, in which Court allowed the benefit of SRO-75 of 1992 to the petitioners, Justice Sanjeev Kumar of J&K High Court observed that the judgment passed by this Court dated 17.05.2001 and affirmed by the Supreme Court is yet to be complied with by the respondents in letter and spirit. They are supposed to issue an SRO amending the Schedule of SRO 75 of 1992 dated 30.03.1992 in the same manner they issued SRO 163 of 2005 in the case of District Judges.
Court observed that the Superintending Engineers and the District Judges are required to be treated at par and this is clear import of the judgment sought to be implemented in these proceedings. Simply, because the compliance of the concluded judgment of a Court involves huge financial implications, the respondents cannot avoid the compliance.
"Before I frame the Robkar and call upon the respondents to show cause as to why they be not punished, I deem it appropriate to afford them a last opportunity of four weeks to come up with full compliance of the judgment dated 17.05.2001 in letter and spirit and also ensure that not only orders on papers are passed but the benefits flowing from such orders passed in compliance to the judgment also reach the beneficiaries, i.e., all Superintending Engineers as have been held entitled to by the judgment sought to be complied with in these contempt proceedings", Justice Sanjeev Kumar observed.
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