According to me, the court cannot interfere in Departmental inquiry unless the reasons are strong like malafide intentions or vitiated by partisan attitude, etc.,. Court wants litigants to come with clean hands, and generally, they do not have sympathy to those who are highly placed in society and charged with misappropriation. Irrespective of the outcome of the court, it is the departmental inquiry that is considered for taking disciplinary action against the employee. There are many cases even when the court acquitted, the departmental inquiry found the employee guilty and dismissed from services.
Those who are already in problems should not jump into more problems complicating the issue. No employer displays any soft corned to those employees who file cases against them. Remedy if any is available only with the employer. If the evidence is strong and the charges are true, it is better to submit a resignation and come out, then manage with court proceedings. Have patience and explore other opportunities.