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Court English Steno Question Paper (Part-28)

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80 WPM Court Steno Paper

Steno Typist Paper Part- 28

  • Paragraph 5 Minutes
  • Words 400
  • Transcribed Time 20 Minutes
  • Reading Time- 1 Minutes

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        Heard the learned Counsel for the petitioner and the learned Counsel for that respondent is the case the petitioner the apart from the fact that one disputed the tenability at the complaint filed before the Court of the Additional Chief metropolitan Magistrate, Sangrur alleging an offence punishable under Section 138 of Negotiable Instrument Act 1881, the Petitioner would point out that the petitioner is a resident of Chandigarh and that he had borrowed a loan from the respondent. He had (1) issued cheques towards discharge of the loan which according to the respondents have been/ dishonored though the same were furnished as security for the due  repayment of the loan from time to time. The respondent has not accounted a false claim is sought to be made on the basis  of the cheques which had been issued and collected as security for the due discharge of the loan. The writ appeal been filed by the respondent Union of India by impugned (2) order. The learned Single Judge allowed the writ petition filed by the petitioner and while quashing one Memorandum also quashed the charge sheet issued to the petitioner followed by the decision taken by the appellant hold the departmental inquiry into the said charges framed in the impugned charge sheet against the petitioner. So the question which arises for consideration in this court appeal filed by the Defence Ministry is whether Learned Single Judge was justified in allowing the petition and (3) in consequences was justified in question the memorandum the charge sheet and the decision taken to hold the departmental inquiry into the charges contained in the said charge sheet against the petitioner. 

            The appellate Court under by order though dismissed the appeal with liberty granted to the Union of India to proceed against the petitioner in accordance with law by following principles of natural justice. It would be clear from the observations made in its concluding para which read as (4) above.  It is with these disputed factual background the petitioner felt aggrieved of the impugned charge sheet and the decision taken for holding departmental inquiry into the charges and filed the writ petition out of which this important appeal arises. The challenge to the impugned charge sheet on behalf of the petitioner was essentially on one ground namely it was contended that the impugned charge sheet. It is under these circumstances that the present batch of appeals preferred by the board is (5) Words 400 without full stop


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