Every Delay in Conducting Disciplinary Enquiry Does Not Ipso Facto Vitiates Enquiry: Supreme Court

Recently the Supreme Court has held that delay in conducting a disciplinary enquiry does not ipso facto vitiates the same The bench of Justices D.Y. Chandrachud, Vikram Nath, and Hima Kohli observed that the prejudice caused by the delay must be proven and cannot be assumed. A departmental enquiry was launched in this case against

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