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one of my friend applied for govt job in 2014.he was denied job citing discrepancy in a document. he filed case in high court and was issued appointment letter in 2018.he wants to file case to get benefits from 2014 is there any supreme court or high court judgements he can cite?

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you can search in the following link. 

ttps://www.supremecourtcases.com/index-practicallawyer.php?option=com_content&task

 
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When the original querist didn't work between 2014/2018, then where is the question of his salary for those years. He, better have petitioned for his appointment with salary/arrears to be effective from 2014 in his petition before the HC at the onset itself. However, India follows no work no pay principal. The Apex or HC Court's judgements may be very difficult to search on the internet as the OQ wishes.
 
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Dy Director

yes. he can fight. There are a lot of precedents in which he can get notional increments.

Normally this froum doe snot supply judgement but you can refer to

 

  1. CAT(PB) OA No. 49/2018,MA No. 58/2018 in the matter of Shri Yash Pal Singh and Ors. V/s GNCTD
  2. CAT in OA No.1790/2008 Krisna Kumari V/s GNCTD

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Dy. Director sahab, problem of the original querist is not the increment, but he wanted to be paid salary/dues from the year 2014 to 2018, when he wasn't in the employment because of some discrepancy in his documents.
 
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Dy Director

Precedent cases are available for notional increment in such cases.

 

Let him fight independetly for wages and I pray him to succeed.

 
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Yes, he can seek salary for the intervenng period, notional incrments as well as restoration of senority in the merit list (if applicable). What all reliefs would be granted depend upon the facts and circumstances of the case (as well the strength of your pleadings and arguments).

 
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