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HP HC: Conviction Can’t Entail Automatic Removal of Convicted Employee - (09 Mar 2023)

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Himachal Pradesh High Court has held that as per Article 311 of Constitution and Rule 19(i) of CCS Rules 1965, employee can be dismissed without any enquiry upon his conviction, but it can’t be construed that every such conviction shall be followed by an automatic removal of convicted employee.

Tags : HIMACHAL PRADESH HIGH COURT   CONVICTION   EMPLOYEE   CCS RULES  

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