Degree of Penalty Imposed for a Guilt


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Whether penalty imposed for a guilt ought to be harsh?

It is a settled proposition of law that a penalty should be proportionate to the guilt. The modern notion of proportionality requires that the punishment ought to reflect the degree of moral culpability associated with the offence for which it is imposed. Given the fact that the Labour Court and the Appellate Tribunal found the Appellant negligent of not properly keeping the secret code but did not see any merit in the allegations of embezzlement, the imposition of a major penalty of compulsory retirement from service would definitely be harsh.

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