1. Haryana Compassionate Assistance to Dependent of Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006 - Deceased worked as Conductor on temporary basis on contract/daily wages - On recommendation of Haryana Staff Selection Commission - Joined duties after getting proper medical fitness certificate from the Chief Medical Officer, Faridabad - Unfortunately the husband of the petitioner died within two months - Held entitled to the benefits under the Rules - Hence, the petitioner could not be denied benefits under the Rules 2006 on the ground that the deceased employee had not served for minimum one year - Applying the ratio of the judgments, the present writ petition is allowed and the petitioner is held entitled to the minimum of pay scale on the post of driver for the period he has worked with the department - Petitioner is also entitled to financial assistance as per the 2006 Rules. (183) P.L.R.
  2. Haryana Compassionate Assistance to the Dependants of Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006, Clause 5(c) - Petitioner husband was working in an aided private school as teacher - Though retiral benefits may be required to be paid at par with Government employees but compassionate assistance, which is a substitute for the original scheme of compassionate appointment of dependants of a deceased employee are confined to employees working in Government Departments. (182) P.L.R.
  3. Haryana Compassionate Assistance to the Dependants of Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006, Rule 3(g)(2) - Total financial assistance is to be given to the tune of Rs.5 lacs - In case, all family members are claimants and there is conflict of interest then, the total amount of Rs.5 lacs is to be divided as per the proportion provided under the Rules - In absence of any conflict or if there is no other claimant, then the total amount of financial assistance is to be given to the surviving dependent of the deceased government employee - The bifurcation is to be made only in case, the conflict is there amongst the dependents of the deceased employee - The financial assistance is not to be decreased by keeping in view the number of dependents.  (179) P.L.R.  
  4. Haryana Compassionate Assistance to the Dependants of Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006, Rule 5 - Deceased had not left behind either a widow or a child - Rules providing the eligibility criteria for the parents of the deceased employee, and putting a cap of monthly earning of the parents to the extent that if monthly earning of parents of the deceased employee is more than Rs.3,500/- per month and dearness relief thereon, then they are not entitled for financial assistance - It is not arbitrary, unreasonable and violative - Constitution of India, Article 14.   (180) P.L.R.  
  5. Haryana Compassionate Assistance to the Dependents of Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006, Rule 2, 8(d) - Petitioner father was serving the Delhi Police as Constable - Still further Rule 8(d) of the 2003 Rules provides that where the spouse of the deceased is already in government service, no other dependent member shall be eligible for appointment or ex-gratia compassionate financial assistance - Rule 8(d) of the 2003 Rules has to be interpreted in accordance with the objects of the 2003 Rules which are to give compassionate appointment or ex-gratia financial assistance to the members of the family of the deceased employee who are in dire need of such help - In case, one of the family member is already in government service, irrespective of the fact whether the service is under the State of Haryana or otherwise, the claim of the family for seeking compassionate appointment or ex-gratia financial assistance would not lie as the same would be against the very objects for which the rules have been promulgated. (183) P.L.R.
  6. Haryana Compassionate Assistance to the Dependents of Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006 - Coming into force of the rules - To be considered under the 2006 rules and not 2005 Rules - The claims for grant for monthly ex-gratia financial assistance stands allowed. (175) P.L.R.  
  7. Haryana Compassionate Assistance to the Dependents of Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006 - Family Pension Scheme - Expired before one year of his service - Initial appointment of the husband of the petitioner in HSMITC was on regular basis after he was found to be medically fit so the consistant view is that even if an employee died during the one year of service his family  will get family pension as per Family Pension Scheme. (183) P.L.R.
  8. Haryana Compassionate Assistance to the Dependents of Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006 - Was recruited as driver by the Haryana Roadways in pursuance to an advertisement - Died within one year of joining - Before joining, he was medically examined and found fit for entry into Government service - Life and death is in control of Almighty God - No one knows the date of his/her death - It was unfortunate that he died - Died merely after seven months of joining service but still the Rules have been framed only to give benefits to the family of the deceased employee, which is in harness - Money is not the only thing on which the family survives - However, it is a succor provided so that family can meet its day to day needs - Petitioners are entitled to the benefits of the Rules. (177) P.L.R.