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Why 5 lakh J&K employees must go to Chandigarh for service disputes, SC asks Centre

IndiaTimes Monday, 25 May 2020
The Supreme Court has asked the Union government to explain why it forced five lakh employees of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir to travel hundreds of kilometres to go before an ill-equipped pendency plagued Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) for adjudication of their service disputes and not set up a tribunal in J&K itself.
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