Monday, July 22, 2013

Madras HC decreed back wages for husband wrongly dismissed in false dowry case. NOW SC removes back wages! Mr. Mohammed Abdur Raheem employee of SBI was dismissed due to lower court convictim him in ablaa naari wife's false 498a !! He won the appeal and was re instated. However he was NOT given back wages. When he went claiming for back wages SBI refused the same. So Husbaand Mr. Mohammed appealed to Madras HC and Madras HC granted him back wages. Now it is learnt that Supreme court has refused him back wages. IF that is true, then it is a BIG setback to honest husbands


Madras HC decreed back wages for husband wrongly dismissed in false dowry case. NOW SC removes back wages! Mr. Mohammed Abdur Raheem employee of SBI was dismissed due to lower court convictim him in ablaa naari wife's false 498a !! He won the appeal and was re instated. However he was NOT given back wages. When he went claiming for back wages SBI refused the same. So Husbaand Mr. Mohammed appealed to Madras HC and Madras HC granted him back wages. Now it is learnt that Supreme court has refused him back wages. IF that is true, then it is a BIG setback to honest husbands 


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Brief facts
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  1. Husband Mohammed Abdur Raheem was working in state bank of India
  2. his wife ablee nari filed dowry case
  3. lower court convicts husband
  4. bank dismisses husband based on lower court conviction 
  5. then husband goes on appeal 
  6. husband wins appeal and is aquqitted in appeal
  7. bank re instates husband baed on acquittal but WITHOUT back wages
  8. but many years are lost in this process (till he gets job back) 
  9. so husband seeks back wages
  10. bank refuses back wages
  11. husband wins case in madras HC and madras HC says back wages are to be paid
  12. NOW We have reasons to believe that this judment has been set aside by the honourable supreme court of India, MEANING the husband WILL NOT get back wages 
  13. this IF true will be a setback to honest  husbands !!!
  14. Lower courts are prone to errors in many cases !!!


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link to original case here 


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