At, Central Administrative Tribunal Guwahati Bench Guwahati
By, THE HONOURABLE MR. MOHD. HALEEM KHAN
By, ADMINISTRATIVE MEMBER & THE HONOURABLE MR. S.N. TERDAL
By, JUDICIAL MEMBER
For the Applicant: M. Chanda, U. Dutta, Advocates. For the Respondents: M. Bhattacharjee, Addl. C.G.S.C.
Oral Order: (Mohd. Haleem Khan, Member (A):
Mr. M. Chanda, learned counsel for the applicant submitted that from the perusal of order No.21/(2)15 SE(P)/Kil/481 dated 14.06.2017 it is apparent that large number of employees have been accommodated in another office at the same location. Applicant, therefore, may also be accommodated in some office at Guwahati, at least, till the examinations of her elder daughter, who is appearing in class XII, are over.
2. Mr. M. Bhattacharjee, learned Addl. C.G.S.C. appearing for the respondents vehemently opposed the said prayer and submitted that applicant has been working in Guwahati since 1998. Learned Addl. C.G.S.C. also submitted that applicant has made a representation for transfer and indicated all the choices for posting in Guwahati only. Since the applicant has been working in Guwahati since 1998, she could not be accommodated at Guwahati this time.
3. Learned counsel for the applicant submitted that the applicant’s husband is working as District Development Officer of National Bank for Agricultural and Rural Development and posted at Golaghat, and if the applicant was forced to join at Silchar, it will be diagonally opposite direction from the place of posting of her husband across Guwahati and will cause avoidable harassment to the applicant loss to the education of her daughters.
4. In view of the above, the respondents are directed to accommodate the applicant at Guwahati till class XII examinations of her elder daughter are over. They should also consider applicant’s case sym
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pathetically by diverting the applicant to the place where her husband is posted or nearby. 5. The OA is disposed off, accordingly, at the admission stage itself.