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Rules 11.3(a)iv, viii & xii read with rule 11.3(d)

Removal from service–
The allegation was brought against the writ petitioner on 17.04.2006 and 142 working days had elapsed. In such circumstances, the High Court Division took the view that the impugned order of removal from service was illegal and violative of the provision of law. We do not find any explanation as to how the sum of money allegedly misappropriated increased from the initial claim of Tk. 1,64,000/-. Since the higher amount of money alleged to have been misappropriated was not the subject matter of the initial show cause notice nor of the inquiry, the writ petitioner could not lawfully be burdened with the subsequent increased amount of money alleged to have misappropriated. We note that in the affidavit-in-opposition the writ respondent did not raise any further issue with respect to the increased amount of money alleged to have been misappropriated. The writ petitioner having explained the amount initially alleged to have been misappropriated, the allegations against her appear to have been explained by her. We do not find any illegality in the decision taken by the High Court Division that the removal from service of the respondent was illegal and violative of the provision of law. .....Bangladesh Red Crescent Society =VS= Dr. Farida Yasmin Chowdhury, (Civil), 2018 (1) [4 LM (AD) 85] ....View Full Judgment