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Tribunal jails school manager

The Delhi School Tribunal has awarded one month's imprisonment to the manager of a private school for disobeying its order related to an employee who was forced to take compulsory retirement.

delhi Updated: Jul 10, 2011 23:52 IST

The Delhi School Tribunal has awarded one month's imprisonment to the manager of a private school for disobeying its order related to an employee who was forced to take compulsory retirement.

The tribunal, presided over by NP Kaushik, punished M. Aslam Parvaiz-the manager of Cambridge Primary School, New Friends Colony-and also imposed a Rs 1,000 fine. It also issued a warrant attaching the school's Rs 20 lakh bank account.

The tribunal punished the manager after it found that its August 30, 2007 order had been flouted, which had set aside the school's decision to enforce a compulsory retirement order against petitioner Kailash Chand Jain, an office assistant.