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Power Development Board (Employees) Service Rules, 1982
Section/Order/Article/Rule/Regulation Head Note
Rule 143

Although in sub-rule (2) no authority has been mentioned to whom a written defence has to be submitted, the written defence has to be submitted to the enquiry officer appointed to held the enquiry. Chairman, Power Development Board, Dhaka and others v. Md. Faziul Haque, 22 BLD (AD) 85. ....View Full Judgment

Rule 143

Power Development Board (Employees) Service Rules, 1932
Rule 143—
In view of rule 143(1)(2) of the Power Development Board (Emplo­yees) Service Rules, 1982, the High Court Division erred in law in holding that the respondent is entitled to get another show cause notice by the authority to submit written defence to them as per sub-rule (2) of rule 143 and that not having been given there was gross violation of the said rule.) But in the facts and circumstances of the case the factual aspect of the case having been found in favour of the respondent as elaborately discussed by the High Court Division holding that factually there is no justification for imposing any penalty on the respondent, in order to secure the interest of justice and do complete justice the impugned judgment warrants no interference. Chairman, Power Development Board vs Md Fazlul Hague 7 BLC (AD) 122. ....View Full Judgment