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M.M. Thapar v/s Ramesh Kumar Singh

    Civil Revision 1641 Of 2005

    Decided On, 13 April 2006

    At, High Court of Bihar

    By, THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE NAVANITI PRASAD SINGH

    For the Appearing Parties: ---------------



Judgment Text

NAVANITI PD. SINGH, J.

(1.) Heard counsel for defendant-petitioner and counsel for the plaintiff-opposite party.

(2.) The plaintiff has instituted the present suit in the year 2002 at Patna claiming that pursuant to advertisement, the plaintiff was selected and employed as Manager, Industrial Engineering in JCT Limited, a public limited company under the provision of Companies Act, 1956 at Phagwara, State of Punjab. The other parties i.e. defendant-petitioner and defendant-opposite party are Directors/Officers of the said company. The company which was an employer and had the liability to make payment has not been made party though at the bar it is stated by the plai

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ntiff-opposite party that an amendment petition is pending before the trial court for impleading the company as a defendant.

(3.) In the suit it is alleged that pursuant to his selection and appointment he worked in the company for a short time and then he was forced to resign. His resignation letter given at Phagwara is dated 25.5.1995. In the suit his first relief is for setting aside the resignation and deeming petitioner to be continuing in service allegedly as the resignation was wrongly obtained. The second relief which he claimed is that as consequence of his wrongful removal,