Original Application No. 256 of 2015. Case: Ram Lakhan Yadav Vs Union of India and Ors.. Central Administrative Tribunal
|Case Number:||Original Application No. 256 of 2015|
|Party Name:||Ram Lakhan Yadav Vs Union of India and Ors.|
|Counsel:||For Appellant: Ms. Babita Awasthi, Adv. and For Respondents: Sri S. Verma, Adv.|
|Judges:||Mr. V.C. Gupta, Member-J|
|Judgement Date:||May 22, 2017|
|Court:||Central Administrative Tribunal|
(Lucknow Bench), (Oral)
Heard the learned counsel for the applicant and respondents and perused the records.
The father of the applicant died on 22.1.1975. It is contended that the applicant took birth after death of his father. It is also contended that after attaining the majority, the applicant applied for appointment on compassionate ground on 24.2.2014 i.e. after ten years from attaining the majority. Thereafter, the applicant gave representation one after another. Even mother of the applicant was not granted family pension/Ex-gratia, therefore, she filed O.A. no. 366 of 2009 before this Tribunal for grant of family pension/Ex-gratia.
Ordinarily, delayed applications are not considered for appointment on compassionate ground. Whatever may be the reasons, the authorities cannot sit over the claim of the applicant for appointment on compassionate ground without coming into logical conclusion.
In view of the...
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