38 years after a Railway Rakshak was terminated, Supreme Court holds penalty unjustified; directs payment of back wages, retiral benefits

It was in 1983 that the Railway Protection Force employee lost his job on the charges that some articles in railway godown were found removed and placed near a fencing.
Railways, Train
Railways, Train

Forty years after a departmental enquiry ruled a reduction in pay for a railway worker who faced allegations of theft, Supreme Court on Thursday ruled the penalty to be unjustified (Laxman Singh v. Union of India).

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