An Aurangabad bench of the Bombay excessive court docket (HC) on Wednesday refused to intrude with a authorities decision (GR) issued by the Maharashtra common administration division permitting the switch of 15% of its employees.
“The petitioner can not declare a a lot much less vested proper, to assail the GR allowing 15% of its workers to be transferred,” stated the two-member HC division bench, comprising Justices SV Gangapurwala and RG Avachat, whereas dismissing a public curiosity litigation (PIL) filed by Sandip Waisal, an Aurangabad-based social employee.
“It’s for the authorities to think about the viability and feasibility of the transfers,” the bench clarified, including that if any worker is prejudicially affected by the GR, then that worker has the proper to method the suitable court docket.
Waisal had moved HC claiming that if the GR was allowed to be carried out it will consequence within the disruption of presidency providers and in consequence, adversely have an effect on the general public.
It was argued, on his behalf, that if 15% of the employees was transferred by way of the GR, it will end in a chaotic scenario, as the federal government administration is grappling with a healthcare emergency due to the raging coronavirus illness (Covid-19) outbreak.
HC, nonetheless, refused to entertain the PIL.
It stated if the petitioner is disadvantaged of the legit providers or shouldn’t be able to get paperwork required by him or his proposals are unattended, then he might search redressal about his grievance with regard to his work or his declare not being attended by the authorities, however with out such a reason for motion, the plea can’t be entertained.
The coverage choice has been taken by the Maharashtra authorities and an affected individual might have the proper to assail the GR, however not the petitioner, stated HC.
“The petitioner is unconcerned with the switch of the workers,” it added whereas dismissing the PIL.