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when a matter should not be remand back by High Court to Tribunal.

Sir, I was bank employee. My service was illegally terminated under concocted charges. I had raised industrial dispute. The tribunal found departmental inquiry against the principle of natural justice and finding pervesed. Bank Management asked to induce fresh evidence. After inducing fresh evidence Tribunal believe that charges are partly proved but punishment harshed. Bank appeal against this order. After 10 yrs High Court find that evidences on record was not assessed properly and remand back the matter. previously also the matter was shuttle coke between High Court and Tribunal thrice. I am of 65 now. Can I asked High Court to exercises their powers under Article 226/ 227 and decide the matter on merit. My arrears worth Rs.1.5 crores was blocked by stay order from High Court. Can I ask for provisional pension and medical benefits until matter decided finally. If there are citations for not remand back the matter because matters was pending before various courts for 24 yrs and my service illegally terminated in 1991.
Seeking legal advice from my learned friends.


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