A manager who is authorised by managment for disciplinary proceedings ,was manhandled
by few workers and accordingly they were issued charge sheet duly signed by the same manager.domestic enquiry was conducted and the same manager appeared in enquiry as witnees as he was manhandled.
my question is the person issued the charge sheet can also be witness during enquiry.
j s malik

From India , Delhi
Dear friend, Personal bias under the principles of natural justice attracts and become void. Sudheer 9490758052
From Ireland ,
Dear Friends
If the Charge sheet issuing authority is the offender or witness, then the charge sheet must be issued by a superior than the offender or witness (at least 1 cadre above the offender or witness involved). He cannot even involve in the office matters till the charge gets disposed off.
All the best

From India, Kumbakonam
If the said Manager is notified as manager under the standing orders act, then he can sign the chargesheet. If in the enquiry no b ias is made out against him, there is no problem because unfortunately he himself has been manhandled, but on the safer side it is better that a superior officer issues the chargesheet
From India , Pune

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