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Delhi Assembly Speaker Revokes Termination Order of Fellows Under DARC Programme

  • Posted on September 27, 2023
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After the Delhi High Court stayed the termination of Delhi Assembly Fellows under the Delhi Assembly Research Centre, the Delhi Assembly speaker has issued an order to reinstate the fellows.


The order mandates the reappointment of these fellows as well as directs the immediate payment of their pending stipends.


According to an official directive from the Legislative Assembly Secretariat dated

September 26, it stated, "Whereas the Hon'ble High Court vide its Order dated

September 21 in the matter of Subhashini Ratan and Ors V. Legislative Assembly NCT of Delhi and Ors has directed that the petitioners be not discontinued and be given their stipends till the next date of hearing.”

After the termination was halted by HC, the Delhi Assembly Speaker ordered the reinstatement of Delhi Assembly Fellows.
After the termination was halted by HC, the Delhi Assembly Speaker ordered the reinstatement of Delhi Assembly Fellows.

In response to the court cases mentioned above, the Delhi Assembly Speaker, Ram Niwas Goel, issued an order on September 26, stating, 'Thus in view of the decisions of the Supreme Court and Article 14 of the Constitution of India, and to avoid burdening the court with unnecessary litigation, I hereby reinstate the Fellows, Associate Fellows and Associate Fellows (Media) who are affected by the order dated August 8, and further direct that due stipends be paid to them.


The letter mentioned, “This would be subject to further orders of the High Court."


The Delhi High Court had granted the injunction to temporarily halt the dismissal of

Delhi Assembly Fellows participating in the Delhi Assembly Research Centre (DARC) Fellowship Programme.


Delhi Assembly Speaker Revokes Termination Order of Fellows Under DARC Programme
Delhi Assembly Speaker Revokes Termination Order of Fellows Under DARC Programme

It stated, "Until the next hearing date, the services of the petitioners should not be terminated, and the petitioners should continue receiving their stipends."


The Delhi High Court's order was issued in response to a petition lodged against the decision to dismiss individuals holding positions as Fellows, Associate Fellows, and

Associate Fellows (Media) within the framework of the Delhi Assembly Research Centre Fellowship Programme (DARC).


The letter from the Legislative Assembly Secretariat mentioned, "All the fellows, Associate Fellows and Associate Fellows (Media) of DARC other than those who have resigned or whose tenure has expired will report to the letter undersigned." The case's next hearing is scheduled for December 6.

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