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Saminathan vs Director General Of Police on 9 February, 2010

Madras High Court
Saminathan vs Director General Of Police on 9 February, 2010
       

  

  

 
 
 IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS

DATED: 09.02.2010

CORAM

THE HONOURABLE MR.JUSTICE R.SUDHAKAR

W.P.NO.37991 OF 2006

	   
Saminathan                                                                 ..Petitioner     
 					
Vs  
1.Director General of Police,
   Chennai-4.

2.Superintendent of Police,
   Chengalpattu East District,
   Chennai-16.                                                         ..Respondents
	    	
PRAYER : Original Application No.10601 of 1998 was filed before the Tamil Nadu Administrative Tribunal praying to direct the respondents to declare the applicant as passed Sub Inspector and to direct the respondents to promote the applicant as Sub-Inspector of Police.  Since the Tamil Nadu Administrative Tribunal was abolished, the O.A. was received by transfer and numbered as Writ Petition. 

		        For Petitioner	: Mr.S.Ilamvaludhi 

        			For Respondents	: Mr.B.Vijaya
                                                   Government Advocate.   		    						
O R D E R

Original Application No.10301 of 1998 was filed before the Tamil Nadu Administrative Tribunal, praying to direct the respondents to declare the applicant as passed Sub Inspector and to direct the respondents to promote the applicant as Sub-Inspector of Police. Since the Tamil Nadu Administrative Tribunal was abolished, the O.A. was received by transfer and numbered as Writ Petition.

2. The writ petitioner, who is aged about 47 years, has challenged the memorandum dated 29.9.1998 for convening the Range Promotion Board for drawal of ‘C’ list of Head Constables(legal) fit for promotion as Sub Inspector of Police for the year 1998.

3. The memorandum in this Case is issued in terms of Rule 3 of Special Rules for Tamil Nadu Police Subordinate Services. Such Rule having not been challenged, the petitioners are not entitled to challenge the memorandum alone. No relief can be granted at this point of time as the issue has become stale. Hence, this writ petition is dismissed. No costs.

kkd

To

1.Director General of Police,
Chennai-4.

2.Superintendent of Police,
Chengalpattu East District,
Chennai 16

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