Tamil Nadu Panchayats (Services Safeguarding of National Security) Rules, 1999
Published vide Notification No. G.O. Ms. No. 266, Rural Development (C-4), dated 22.12.1999 - No. SRO-A-93 (a-3)/99
(1) the Inspector shall, by notice in writing, inform the employee concerned of the action proposed to be taken against him and give him an opportunity to make any representation in writing against such action to the Government within such period as may be specified in the notice; and
(2) the Government shall take into consideration the representation, if any, so made by such employee.5. Suspension. - Where action under these rules is proposed to be taken in regard to an employee, the Inspector shall, before placing him under suspension, permit him to proceed on such leave as may, at that time, be admissible to him if he opts so. 6. General rules not to apply. - Nothing contained in these rules relating to the general establishment, appointment and punishment of employees shall apply to, or in respect of, any action taken or proposed to be taken under these rules. 7. Pension, gratuity, etc. - Any employee compulsorily retired from service under rule 3 shall be entitled to such compensation, pension, gratuity or provident fund benefits as would have been admissible to him under the relevant rules on the date of such retirement, if he had been discharged from service due to the abolition of his post without any alternative suitable employment being provided.