Termination for misconduct without enquiry is invalid: Delhi HC

Termination for misconduct without enquiry is invalid: Delhi HC

Delhi High Court in Nina Lath Gupta Union of India, Through Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting & Anr. 2023:DHC:2944on May 1, 2023 reiterated the settled principle that if an order of termination of employment is founded on allegations, the order is stigmatic and punitive and services of an employee cannot be dispensed with without affording him an opportunity of defending the accusations/allegations made against him in a full-fledged inquiry. The said principle applies to even contractual or tenured employment.

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