Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir High Court has issued bailable warrants to secure presence of Managing Director J&K Project Construction Corporation (JKPCC) and Commissioner Secretary Technical Education & Youth Service and Sports Department for not complying with its orders.
Hearing a contempt petition, a bench of Justice Ali Mohammad Magrey observed that the Managing Director of JKPCC has failed to comply with court’s order on May 10, 2013 despite opportunities granted.
This, the court said, has constrained it to adopt coercive method to secure presence of the MD JKPCC so that the queries of the court are answered.
“Accordingly in order to secure presence of the (MD), let bailable warrant in the tune of Rs 10000 go against him to be executed by IGP Jammu,” the court said.
The court was hearing a contempt petition for non-compliance of order regarding alteration in date of birth of the petitioner in light of medical board recommendation. Petitioners claim has been rejected by the respondent department, resulting in filing of the petition.
Separately, a bench of Justice Janak Raj Kotwal issued bailable warrant against Commissioner Secretary Technical Education & Youth Service and Sports Department for non-compliance of Division Bench judgment of 2012.
In this regard, the court directed SSP Jammu to execute the warrants. The Division Bench had directed appointment of the petitioner, Ghulam Nabi Dar, as physical education teacher in the district cadre of Anantnag-Kulgam.