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Jessop suspension order stayed

Our Legal Correspondent

KOLKATA, May 1

MR Justice Bhaskar Bhattacharjee of the Calcutta High Court, by an ad-interim order, stayed the suspension order issued to Mr Alok Bramhachari, Jessop & Co Ltd employees' leader. The order of suspension was issued by Jessop management on March 19.

Mr Bramhachari challenged the order of suspension by filing a writ petition in the High Court at Kolkata. In the order of suspension, Mr Bramhachari was directed not to attend office.

While passing the ad-interim order, the court directed the writ petitioner to join office, but such joining shall be subject to result of the application. The court directed parties to file affidavits and fixed the matter for hearing in the second week of June.

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