Order to determine the constable’s salary by adding to it the services rendered in the army, know the whole affair

Order to determine the constable’s salary by adding to it the services rendered in the army, know the whole affair

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Grand High Court decision on Constable Vikas Kumar Mishra’s motion
Commissioned for fixing of pay by addition of services rendered in the Indian Army

PrayagrajThe Allahabad High Court has given great relief to the constable stationed at the Uttar Pradesh Police Department. The High Court ordered to fix the salary of the applicant constable Vikas Kumar Mishra by adding up the services rendered in the Indian army. This order was given by the single bench of Judge Saurabh Shyam Shamsheri at the request of Constable Vikas Kumar. The High Court ordered to add the period of service rendered in the Indian army of the claimant Vikas to the current service.

Lead Counsel Vijay Gautam and Atipriya Gautam pleaded on behalf of the Constable Applicant. They said that there is a clear provision in paragraph 410 of the Uttar Pradesh Police Regulations and paragraphs 422 and 526 of the Civil Service Regulations that the period of service rendered by former servicemen shall be added to the current service and their salary shall be on the date of their retirement from the military will be determined on the basis of the last base pay received.

The lawyers argued that in the warrant dated August 26, 1977, March 26, 1980, March 22, 1991, November 7, 2014, January 21, 2016, and June 17, 2021, it was intended that ex-servicemen of ex-servicemen receive paragraph 410 of the UP Police Regulations and to be added under Sections 422 and 526 of the Civil Service Regulations. It has been said that the High Court of Allahabad has arranged to add the services of ex-servicemen in the case of Hans Nath Dwivedi and Harishchandra.

Retired from Indian Army in 2017
In this case, petitioner Vikas Kumar Mishra was appointed on June 5, 2021 as Constable in the Uttar Pradesh Police Department. He was appointed as part of the former military quota. The petitioner had retired from serving in the Indian Army from 2001 to 2017. After that, he was appointed as a Constable in the Uttar Pradesh Police Department. But the petitioner’s period of service in the Indian Army is not added at present. For which he had filed a petition in the High Court of Allahabad.

Tags: Allahabad High Court, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, CM Yogi Aditya Nath, Uttarpradesh News

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