Rules, Part 1
plaintiff intentionally absented from duty from 15.11.54 unto the date of the
order of his suspension on 18.3.58. It is for the plaintiff’s appointing
authority to determine how the said period will be regulated or treated in this
case. Therefore the question of his getting salary or allowance of the said
period cannot be decided here.
East Pakistan Vs. G.M. Chowdhury (1968) 20 DLR 306.
71—Suspension period Subsistence allowance.
Rule is that
during the period of suspension a Government servant is entitled to subsistence
grant and not pay or leave salary. Ibid.
As to the
plaintiff’s entitlement to subsistence grant for the period of suspension, it
is for his appointing authority to grant the same if according to the
applicable rule, namely, rule 71. It is not either necessary or desirable to
make a declaration with regard to the plaintiff’s entitlement to subsistence
grant for the period of suspension. Ibid.
—R. 75(c)—Retiring a
Government servant under optional clause—Not a disciplinary action. An order
retiring a Govt. servant from service under the approval power of the Govt.
under rule 75(e) does not involve any disciplinary action, the same being a condition
of service. Ibid