Why have tribunals at all if you can’t fill vacancies? Bombay High Court to Central government

The High court protected 126 housekeeping peons across the State from termination from service since the Central Government Industrial Tribunal is non-functional due to office of presiding officer lying vacant.
Why have tribunals at all if you can’t fill vacancies? Bombay High Court to Central government
Chief Justice Dipankar Datta

The Bombay High Court on Friday came down upon the Central government for failing to fill vacancies in tribunals [Canara Bank Staff Union v. Union of India & Ors.].

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