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Harrassed _by _498a (Executive)     13 January 2014

FIR chances of job loss?

Dear experts if FIR loged in false dowry case what are the chances of termination of services ? In a reputed MNC ? In case when bail is granted or in case when bail is not granted. regards 498a frauds.


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Rajeev Kumar (Lawyer/Advocate)     13 January 2014

Mere on the lodging of FIR you can't be terminated from the job. You may be suspended from the job temporaily if you don't get AB and sent to judicial custody. If departmental enquiry is to be set up and founding you guilty, the commitee may recommend for your dismissal subjected to appeal. Don't worry it will consume a lot of time and fight the case on merit. Yes after conviction from the court you will be dismissed immediately till you are not absolved from superior court in appeal.

Rajeev Kumar (Lawyer/Advocate)     13 January 2014

Mere on the lodging of FIR you can't be terminated from the job. You may be suspended from the job temporaily if you don't get AB and sent to judicial custody. If departmental enquiry is to be set up and founding you guilty, the commitee may recommend for your dismissal subjected to appeal. Don't worry it will consume a lot of time and fight the case on merit. Yes after conviction from the court you will be dismissed immediately till you are not absolved from superior court in appeal.

Rajeev Kumar (Lawyer/Advocate)     13 January 2014

Mere on the lodging of FIR you can't be terminated from the job. You may be suspended from the job temporaily if you don't get AB and sent to judicial custody. If departmental enquiry is to be set up and founding you guilty, the commitee may recommend for your dismissal subjected to appeal. Don't worry it will consume a lot of time and fight the case on merit. Yes after conviction from the court you will be dismissed immediately till you are not absolved from superior court in appeal.

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