petitioner.odt - Page 1 of 10 BEFORE THE HON\u2019BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA In the matter of PAPPU SINGH Petitioner VERSUS RSRTC(Rajasthan State Road

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Page 1 of 10 BEFORE THE HON’BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA In the matter of PAPPU SINGH ........................................................................................................ Petitioner VERSUS RSRTC (Rajasthan State Road Transport) .......................................................... .. Respondent MEMORIAL ON BEHALF OF PETITIONER MEMORIAL ON BEHALF OF PETITIONER
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Page 2 of 10 TABLE OF CONTENT INDEX OF AUTHORITIES ................................................................................................... 3 STATEMENT OF JURISDICTION ..................................................................................... .... 4 STATEMENT OF FACTS .................................................................................................... .... 5 ISSUES RAISED ....................................................................................................................... 6 SUMMARY OF ARGUMENTS ........................................................................................... ..... 6 ARGUMENTS ADVANCED ............................................................................................... ..... 7-9 PRAYER ................................................................................................................................ ..... 10 MEMORIAL ON BEHALF OF PETITIONER
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Page 3 of 10 INDEX OF AUTHORITIES BOOKS REFERRED Dr. J.N. Pandey, ‘ The Constitutional Law of India ’, 49 th Edition 2012 Justice C.K. Takwani, ‘ Lectures on Administrative Law’ , 5 th Edition 2012 Allen, ' Natural justice and Social justice ' JOURNALS REFERRED B. A. Hepple and B. A. H., The Cambridge Law Journal, Vol. 27, No. 1 (Apr., 1969) Pramila Agrawala and Pramila Agrawal, The Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 25, No. 3/4, CONFERENCE NUMBERFOR XXVI INDIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE CONFERENCE 1964: ANNAMALAINAGAR(JULY—SEPTEMBER—DECEMBER, 1964) ACTS AND STATUTES Constitution of India, 1950 TABLE OF CASES Clerks of Calcutta Tramways v. Calcutta Tramways Co. Ltd ., AIR 1957 SC78 Chamoli District Co-Operative Bank Ltd. v . Raghunath Singh Rana , Civil Appeal No. 2265 of 2011. Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India, AIR 1978 SC 1628 Ashok Kumar v. Union of India and another, 1988-II- LLJ-P.344 P. John v. State of Travancore-Cochin, 1955 A.I.R. S.C.A. 85. Mukhtar Singh V. State of U.P.,. A.I.R. 1957 All. 297 MEMORIAL ON BEHALF OF PETITIONER
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Page 4 of 10 STATEMENT OF JURISDICTION The Petitioner has submitted Ad hoc , the following dispute to the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India through a Special Leave Petition under Article 136 of The Constitution of India. The Petitioner humbly submits to the jurisdiction of the Hon’ble Supreme Court to render justice under Article 13,19 and 21 of The Constitution of India.The petition being lis pendense and such jurisdiction thus extends to all matters referred to, by the parties in accordance with Rules, Regulations and Proceedings of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. MEMORIAL ON BEHALF OF PETITIONER
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Page 5 of 10 STATEMENT OF FACTS 1. That the petitioner was the driver under the respondent coporation serving for the corporation for a period of 15 years. There was no incident of accident, no complaint by passenger or any other authorities for rash driving. 2. That respondent passed a standing order which provided that a bus driver shall not take liquor while playing the corporation buses and if any driver is found making the default of this law, a disciplinary action will be taken against him and he may even be dismissed from the service. 3. That on 26-12-2003, the Petitioner was playing bus from Jaipur to Chandigarh. 4. That on mid way checking took place and it was found that the petitioner has taken liquor and playing the bus and he was medically examined as well which also gave the positive conclusion.
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