Bailable warrant against Mohammed Mohsin

December 11, 2014 11:00 am | Updated 11:00 am IST - Bengaluru:

The Karnataka Administrative Tribunal on Wednesday ordered issue of a bailable warrant against IAS officer Mohammed Mohsin, Commissioner for Public Instruction, for failing to respond to notices issued to him on a contempt proceeding.

The order was passed on a complaint by Anusuya K.H., an assistant teacher with Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Ballari, alleging that the Commissioner for Public Instruction and two other officials of the Education Department had failed to obey a direction by the tribunal in June this year in favour of her transfer plea.

The tribunal, acting on her complaint, had given the officials a few opportunities to respond. However, on Wednesday, it issued a bailable warrant returnable by January 21, 2015.

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