Where the Disciplinary Authority records a finding unsupported by any evidence or a finding which no reasonable person could have arrived at, the writ court would be justified and grant relief in appropriate cases.

02-01-2017 Keywords: Disciplinary enquiry-Natural justice-Non application of mind The writ court will certainly interfere with disciplinary enquiry or the resultant orders passed by the competent authority on that basis if the enquiry itself was vitiated on account of violation of principles of natural justice, as is alleged to be the position in the present case. Non-application of mind by the Enquiry Officer or the Disciplinary … Continue reading Where the Disciplinary Authority records a finding unsupported by any evidence or a finding which no reasonable person could have arrived at, the writ court would be justified and grant relief in appropriate cases.