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i have been issued with 3 showcases with cases of Poultry,KCC and Micro loans. Then after that i was issued a chargesheet with only the cases of poultry from the 1st showcause letter which also had other accounts Viz KCC,Micro.Later before the conclusion of 1st charge sheet i was also issued with another chargesheet with few kcc cases,poultry and micro loan cases.
Kindly advise if it is legal to issue two charge sheets by segregating the cases from the showcause.

From India, Indore
There is no legal requirement that all items stated in the show cause notice has to be put together in the charge sheet. The charge sheet could be either all put together or segregated subjectwise, eventwise, chronological etc. Pl check, is there anything specific mentioned in the rules applicable in the matter, but it is not likely.
From India, Mumbai
but sir then i shall be expecting another charge sheet for remaining cases .more over the investigations were also concluded before issuance of show cause. and penalty has been awarded .
From India, Indore
Pl. clarify, is punishment already issued and charge sheets are under issue? You have to give details and can give private message using the forum if you wish to keep this private
From India, Mumbai
punishment has been issued for the first charge sheet .U am recwicing subsistence allowance on which punishment has been implemented.The management is in process of another punishment for 2nd charge sheet with same subject line as in the first charge sheets .
From India, Indore
Again, we are not clear whether the charge sheet corresponds to the same incident or it relates to different incidents although the nature of the charges is same. In the case of former, the Constitution of India has adopted the principle of 'Double jeopardy' under Article 20(1), that means a person cannot be punished twice for the same offence. This principle applies in this case and the second punishment may become invalid in law. But in the latter case, there is no bar as otherwise being punished for once becomes insurance against subsequent punishment for the same misconduct, therefore, that cannot be the interpretation. Perhaps latter would be the case as the terminology 'the same subject line' does not clarify the position.
From India, Mumbai
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