High Court on Employees Increment: The High Court has given an important decision for the employees. In fact, that order of the Collector was quashed by the High Court. In which orders were given by the Collector to stop the increment of the cooperative inspector. The High Court has clarified that the collector has no right to stop the increment of any employee.
In fact, orders were given by the Gwalior Collector to stop the increment of cooperative inspector RD Pachoria. An appeal was made by the employee under the administrative system in the matter, but the employee was not heard in the matter. On which a petition was filed in the High Court.
arguments in court
Arguing on behalf of the petitioner, the High Court was told that the collector has no right to stop the salary hike of any officer and employee. Under the rules, the third and fourth class employees have the right to impose minor fines. Despite this, orders have been given to stop the salary hike of the employees.
collector did not appear in court
Arguing, the lawyer said that the increment is a penal provision, which is beyond the jurisdiction of the Collector. In such a situation, instructions were given by the High Court to the Collector to submit the reply. After the Collector did not submit the reply, the Collector did not appear in the court despite the High Court directing the Collector to appear.
OIC fined Rs 10,000
On which the High Court reiterated its point and said that the collectors have no right to stop the increment of any employee. The information presented by the OIC in the High Court proved to be wrong. In such a situation, a fine of 10,000 has been imposed on the OIC by the High Court.