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A suitable alternative post is the statutory right of every injured government employee: CAT Order

           A bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal comprising judicial member G Shanthappa a

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           A bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal comprising judicial member G Shanthappa and administrative member R Satapathy observed that claim to a suitable alternative post is the statutory right of

every injured government employee. An arrangement to post such people in supernumerary positions is only a short-term measure, the bench noted.

                Mr. U Arumugham, Station Master seriously injured on the evening of October 6, 2009 due to an illegal consignment of firecrackers exploded on the Erode-Tirunelveli train at Sholavandan station in Madurai district. Mr. Arumugham sought an alternative post because his injuries had partially incapacitated him, but the request was not considered even though he was entitled to a less strenuous job under government rules. A bench of the Central Administrative Tribunal has now directed the railways to identify and give Arumugham an alternative posting.

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