Suspension order for government employee
For a government employee 1. on what ground a suspension order can be challenged in the high court. 2. one should go to court at what stage of suspension. 2. is there is any time period for challenging the order in the court. 3. what are the chances of suspension quash by court 4. what are the legal options available for a suspended employee 5. what are the precautions one should keep in mind during the suspension period?
The ORDER of suspension can very well be challenged before the Central administrative tribunal (CAT) for the quashing of the same.
Section 10-A of the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 gives the employee a right to file a suit before the labour court.
Time limitation depends upon the date of the ORDER of supension issued. As per law, it is 90 days from the issuance of such an order. Commenting upon the chances of getting it quashed cannot be determined without knowing the actual facts and circumstances in the matter and the reasoning documents supporting it.
Precautions to be kept in mind are :- it is duly signed and contains the justified reasons of doing so, in wake of the conditions mentioned in the appointment letter and/or the MANUAL (that lays down the guidelines of duty).
Book a phone consultation with a top-rated lawyer on Lawfarm.