As per your case, you have given resignation from youself, so, you need to challenge on your resignation itself that, it was done by forcefully, & if you have all conversation by video with audit recording, then your case may get strong.
for more clearity please consulant with advocate.
2nd April 2014 From India, Mumbai
As per my experience, before you move further for any justification, you should report
this matter first to the Labor Commissioner Office of your jurisdiction with a written petition by mentioning all the facts of the case, with available evidences.
Please also produce your appraisals as the second witness about your performance and behavior of the past. ( Hope your past appraisals were clear and no point of time you were either pointed-out or advised about your behavior ).
You may also approach to HR Commission for justification.
7th April 2014 From India, Hyderabad
Thanks a lot for sharing your experiences, I have sent a legal notice to them through my advocate wherein they have sent an reply that I have left the job of my own since i have submitted the resignation.Now I have to challenge the same that it was taken forcibly. I am accumulating the proofs for further proceedings. please advise what all proofs will help in the further proceedings.
7th April 2014 From India, Mumbai