Courts cannot re- appreciate the evidence in domestic enquiry: Delhi HC

Courts cannot re- appreciate the evidence in domestic enquiry: Delhi HC

Delhi High Court in Sneh Aggarwal vs. Punjab National Bank W.P No. 4852/2014, on January 18, 2023 while dismissing the writ petition filed by an employee who was dismissed from services on the ground of misconduct basis the outcome of disciplinary enquiry against the charges of fraud observed that it is a settled proposition that if the enquiry is properly held, it is impermissible for the High Courts under its writ jurisdiction to re-appreciate evidence and substitute its view with that of the Labour Court/ Tribunals, particularly when the employee is not able to demonstrate any perversity, illegality or error of law in the appreciation of evidence.

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