The Centre has moved the Supreme Court in search of overview of its May 11 verdict which held that the Delhi authorities has legislative and govt powers over the administration of providers apart from public order, police and land.
The overview petition, submitted by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, mentioned the judgment “suffers from errors obvious on the face of the file and fails to think about the case submitted by the overview petitioner”.
A five-judge structure bench headed by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud, in a unanimous verdict, had put an finish to the dispute between the Centre and the Delhi authorities triggered by a 2015 residence ministry notification asserting its management over providers, holding the National Capital Territory administration is in contrast to different Union Territories and has been “accorded a ‘sui generis’ (distinctive) standing” by the Constitution.
The Centre had on Friday introduced into impact an ordinance to create an authority for switch and posting of Group-A officers in Delhi, with the AAP authorities calling the transfer a deception with the Supreme Court verdict on management of providers.
The ordinance, which got here every week after the highest court docket handed over the management of providers in Delhi excluding police, public order and land to the elected authorities, seeks to arrange a National Capital Civil Service Authority for switch of and disciplinary proceedings in opposition to Group-A officers from the DANICS cadre.
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