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W.P.No.11716 of 2021 W.P.No.11716 of 2021 R.SURESH KUMAR, J. AND P.D.AUDIKESAVALU, J. (Order of the Court was made by R.Suresh Kumar,J.) This writ petition has been filed seeking a writ of Mandamus directing the third respondent to execute further action pursuant to the third respondent’s Stop Work notice dated 16.11.2016 on the unauthorised
by Sekar Reporter · Published May 11, 2021
Full order of THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE S.M.SUBRAMANIAM Nos. 34347, 24076 & 34348 of 2016and W.M.P. Nos. 20601, 29609 & 29610 of 2016 W.P. No. 34347 of 2016:- P.S.Shanmuga Sundaram —Second and Third Respondents have failed to establish that they have the authority to collect cash handling charges from the stamp vendors, who all are depositing money through Treasury Challans for purchase of stamps. In view of the facts and circumstances, this Court is inclined to pass the following orders: The Collection of cash handling charges from the stamp vendors/petitioners by the 2nd and 3rd respondents are declared as illegal and without any authority. Accordingly, the respondents 2 and 3 are directed, not to collect any cash handling charges from the stamp vendors, while depositing cash in Government accounts through Treasury Challans in any of the branches of the State Bank of India. The 2nd respondent is directed to communicate this order along with necessary circular/instructions to all the branches of the State Bank of India and upload the same in the official website of State Bank of India, enabling the citizens to know their rights. With the above directions, these Writ Petitions are allowed. Nocosts. …Petitioner
by Sekar Reporter · Published November 12, 2021
JUSTICE V. PARTHIBAN W.P.No.12495 of 2020-In the result, the Writ Petition is partly allowed and the impugned Order in G.O.Ms.No.99 High Education (F1) Department, dated 14.08.2020 is hereby quashed and consequently, the promotion of the 3rd respondent is set aside. As far as G.O.Ms.No.98 Higher Education (F1)
by Sekar Reporter · Published October 29, 2020