We are not sure which application they are using to check this case details, but the case has been disposed of long back

The HR team is not able to understand the judgement. And the legal team is asking whether I can get any documents from my local police station?

Please suggest me sir.

Awaiting your response

From India, Bengaluru
Dear Krishna,

Reply to your post serial number 10: -

I recommend you visiting the court personally and talk to the officer. Submit the written application. The officer concerned will either share the complete copy of the judgement or deny it. However, forward the same letter to TCS.

If the officer is not cooperative then try escalating the matter. Otherwise, follow the route of the filing RTI query as well. They will be forced to give a reply to your application.

The next thing is to take a certificate from your lawyer stating that withholding the disclosure of the other two sections is a common court procedure.

Lastly, yes you may submit an affidavit. But attach the reply from the court as well as the certificate from your lawyer to the affidavit.

Reply to your Post serial number 11: - Yes, you may visit the police station that had filed the case. Of course, the local police station will not have any documents but check whether their legal department has got a copy of the judgement. Try acquiring the certificate from them also.

Feedback on your writing skills: - Well gentleman, raising the query on the public forum is one thing nevertheless, you cannot abdicate yourself from writing professionally. The way both the posts are written is nothing but egregious of the highest kind. You had written the phrase "disclosed" at several places. I have converted it into "disposed of". Does it take great hard work even to check the dictionary? IT professionals have a tendency to show their high-handedness and always say that their industry is superior. In fact, your posts display not superiority but inferiority. Please improve your English on priority. Do not come up with the excuses that you had studied in a vernacular language medium.

Thanks,

Dinesh Divekar

From India, Bangalore






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