Rama mohan Acharya
(Querist) 08 December 2009
This query is : Resolved
In one of the writ petition, applicant prayed for compansannte appointment due to death of his father who was employed with the opposite party.It is wothty to note that thefather of the applicant had not died out of and during the course of employment .It was a natural death.The Hon'ble High court in his interim order said".... meanwhile opposite parties are directed to consider the application of the petitioner for his appointment on any suitable post under the dying in harness rule and pass appropriate order within one month." I want to know -what is the dying in harness rule? - Is it different from state to state? -Is it a statutory obligation? Can I get some literature or web link on the subject. Regards
Raj Kumar Makkad
(Expert) 08 December 2009
dying harness implies some exceptional circumstance wherein the life is at stake.
It is not state to state different rather it is a static condition.
No, it is not a statutory obligation but is considered on humanitarian and discretionary ground.
Service journals can be read for knowing this matter in detail.
(Expert) 14 December 2009
compansannte appointment due to death of father who was employed with the DEPART,applicant prayed for compansannte appointment due to death of father who was employed with the opposite party. It is wothty to note that the father of the applicant had not died out of and during the course of employment It was a natural DEATH right but compansannte apointment is not a right the application of the petitioner for his appointment under the dying in harness rule not in appropriate order " dying in harness mean death due to duty warks condition it is same but treated diffrently by departments
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