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 ‘No Jab No Job’ Policy Case Adjourned

The first case, which involved Toga and four other individuals with regards to the ‘no jab, no job policy’, was struck out by Chief Justice Kamal in September on the grounds that Mr Singh had arrived an hour late to the judicial review proceed­ings.
27 Oct 2021 15:44
 ‘No Jab No Job’ Policy Case Adjourned

The Civil High Court in Lautoka has adjourned a case challenging the ‘no jab, no job’ policy filed by law­yer Aman Ravindra Singh yesterday.

The case was heard before Chief Jus­tice Kamal Kumar regarding former Fiji Revenue and Customs Authority staff Va­siti Toga who was represented by Aman Ravindra Singh.

This would be the second written motion filed against the Minister for Employ­ment, Permanent Secretary for Employ­ment and the Attorney-General challeng­ing the ‘no jab, no job’ policy.

The first case, which involved Toga and four other individuals with regards to the ‘no jab, no job policy’, was struck out by Chief Justice Kamal in September on the grounds that Mr Singh had arrived an hour late to the judicial review proceed­ings.

Mr Singh filed the fresh motion earlier this month and was called before the court yesterday.

Justice Kumar ordered Mr Singh to submit the required and necessary docu­ments before the end of this week and for the respondents, the Minister for Employ­ment and the A-G’s Office to also file their documents by November 17. The matter has been adjourned to December 2 for mention.

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