Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Gopinath Varahamurthi
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Dear members, My query is that what is the meaning of terms criminal charges related to employment or otherwise. My submission is that the terms otherwise will be interpreted in line with employment. Am i right? please .....?
From India, Kolar
Any misconduct done by an employee during the course of his employment or in the discharge of duties that can be tried simultaneously under the CrPC also is a criminal charge.
From India, Salem
Dear Friend,
The word criminal charges..the word criminal charge is the formal accusation used by a Govt. Authority (usually by police, public prosecutor, or any other official in his capacity as judicial authority delegated on him by the respective means of any law as is under the procedures) and it takes several forms like indictment, complaint, information, untrustworthy, abetting of employee for wrong doings etc., and the legal meaning .. any individual committed or omitted any offence to do something which can be punishable by law and the charges framed punishable by law beyond reasonable doubt comes under criminal charges. Prima Facie one should be framed with charges to prove the act committed/omitted beyond doubt punishable duly conducting enquiry and pass such orders punishable is criminal charges. And no interpretation or anything like that...Please also go through legal diary/dictionary in this regard...
best of luck...for the best crime free lines ...

From India, Arcot
Thanks alot.
Generally in service rule there is provision that a criminal charges (relates to employment or 'other wise') pending against employee. Disciplinary action may be initiated against him. Here I want to know the interpretation of 'other wise' according to law of interpretation. Pleas clarify.

From India, Kolar
Criminal charges means the said charges proved in court of law.
From India, Mumbai
Dear Friend,
In service law it is clearly mentioned prima facie there find or exist the suspicious of doubt to the authorities there may be violation of law, in any form, even during the time of employment getting into the service, the facts may be suppressed to get employment to the extent of damaging the rules by giving wrong statements etc., do come under scan and disciplinary proceeding initiated for such acts, as such, any thing that is against the facts treated as Criminal charges. Here the interest of the individual play the crucial role accordingly the charges treated as criminal charges. When disciplinary proceedings are going to be initiated we have to treat charges as such criminal charges, and the final outcome proves undoubtedly the charges framed in the articles are proved beyond reasonable doubts. Thus charges are proved and punishment imposed thereupon on conclusion of disciplinary proceedings. GO through some inquiry reports/disciplinary proceedings you will sure understand the charges and meanings.
have a good day....

From India, Arcot
Dear Upadhyay,
I think that I've answered your question in part in as much as the misconduct being also an offence triable by a Court of LAW. In the phrase " a criminal charge relating to employment or otherwise ", the term "otherwise" has to be interpreted as a criminal offence committed by an employee outside the zone of his employment and either pending in or convicted by a criminal court.

From India, Salem
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