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Take back dismissed TN employees: SC

July 21, 2003 15:17 IST

The Supreme Court on Monday declared the strike by Tamil Nadu government employees as illegal, but suggested that the state government take back all dismissed staff, provided they furnish an unconditional apology and an undertaking not to go on strike again.
 
A bench comprising Justice M B Shah and Justice A R Lakshmanan took a compassionate view and asked the state government to respond to its suggestion in three days.

The next hearing of the case will be on Thursday.

 


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Sub: When they strike...STRIKE THEM HARD...

When people are starving and fighting for survival I cannot understand what RIGHTS these government employees demand.Do they ever think of their duties?They always calculate ...


Posted by Shiva





Sub: Take back dismissed TN staff;SC

The SC advise in totality of only agrees with the decision taken by TN Government as SC also declared the Strike as illegal and more ...


Posted by P.Nageswara Rao





Sub: Intrim Order of SC

It is unfortunuate that even the SC observed that the strike is illegal and some what pleasing in its order that the state government has ...


Posted by Vivekananthan





Sub: dismissed employer

it is the best judgement. on the one hand they have declared the strike as illegal and on the other they have asked the government ...


Posted by s.padmanabhan





Sub: About the strike

The employees have right to do strike but the state government also has the right to take action against them but the manner our state ...


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