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Finality of judicial proceedings has to be maintained: DB

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JAMMU: A Division Bench of State High Court comprising Chief Justice N Paul Vasanthkumar and Justice Tashi Rabstan in an appeal filed PSC against the order made in contempt petition No.509/2011 dated 15th October, 2015, holding that the order passed by the Public Service Commission dated 3rd April 2013, cancelling/rejecting the claim of the 1st respondent does not amount to compliance of judgment of Writ Court dated 10th November, 2010 and the appellant was directed to comply with the Writ Court judgment and file a fresh compliance report before the next date of hearing, holds that finality of judicial proceedings between the parties has to be maintained to maintain the rule of law. If the argument as advanced by the learned counsel appearing for the appellant is countenanced, it will have disastrous consequences in the administration of justice as any order can be defied by the authority by stating that the person who got the relief is not entitled to get the relief for a reason which was not raised or argued at the appropriate stage.

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