Monday, August 23, 2010

[1975] 2 MLJ 155

GOVERMENT OF MALAYSIA V MAHAN SINGH

Constitutional law- Termination of Service- Federal Constitution Arts 132 & 135

Held: The Goverment had power to terminate the respondents service in the public interest under the regulation  and as the Goverment's decision to do so did not involve the punishing or penalising the respondent , he had not been dismissed and therefore was not entitled to a reasonable opportunity of being heard under Article 132(2) of the Federal Constitution.

 (The above decision is evidently unconstitutional. It is respectfully submitted that Mr. Mahans constitutional right was infringed in this case.)

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