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S m subramaniyam judge –Thus, this Court has no hesitation in holding that the findings of the Railway Claims Tribunal in its order dated 14.03.2019 is not in consonance with the provisions of Section 79 of the Railways Act, 1989 and further the appreciation of facts and circumstances, interpretations of the provisions as well as the reasonings are also not in accordance with the established principles of law. Accordingly, the 35/38 [2/21, 17:39] Sekarreporter1: C.M.A.No.3545 of 2019 order impugned is liable to be set aside.
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 21, 2021
by Sekar Reporter · Published June 8, 2020
Justice M. Nirmal Kumar let them out on bail on condition that they must appear before the investigating officer daily for 15 days from the date of release. In the meantime, Justice N. Anan Venkatesh heard the anticipatory bail petitions filed by 43 other accused in the same case and granted time till June 22 for the prosecution to file its counter. Appearing on behalf of the three bail petitioners, senior counsel N.R. Elango contended that a false case had been booked against them purely due to political animosity.
by Sekar Reporter · Published June 20, 2020