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Govt decision to compulsorily retire officer vindicated, CAT dismisses Bajaj's appeal
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Govt decision to compulsorily retire officer vindicated, CAT dismisses Bajaj's appeal
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New Delhi, Dec 17 (TIWN) The government's bold step of compulsorily retiring some black sheep in the tax administration last year had now got the seal of approval from the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT).

The principal bench of CAT has dismissed an application from former commissioner of Income Tax Pramod Kumar Bajaj challenging the government’s decision to compulsorily retire officers of central services.  In one of the first such cases, the CAT Principal Bench headed by Justice L. Narasimha Reddy as Chairman and Aradhana Johri as Member (Admn) in its order pronounced through video conferencing dismissed Bajaj’s application, who was one of the 85 officers compulsorily retired under Fundamental Rule 56(J).

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