The Gujarat High Court administration informed a division bench that the judge has been given the service benefits.
The order has meant that BJP candidate Kusum Rathwa has won the seat uncontested and no polls will be held in Chhota Udepur on November 29.
The petition will be heard on Monday before a regular bench.
Poll panel had informed court about promotional activities through TV, radio, newspapers.
These petitions have been filed against three of the six persons booked in sedition, including PAAS convener Hardik Patel.
Petitioner and lawyer K R Koshti, has sought court’s intervention to the extent “to provide the button of NOTA in the EVMs in the election to the local bodies”.
The court said that it has not got into the detail of the case since investigation is at its nascent stage.
The state government had told the court that a “caste war” like situation prevailed which would not allow the free conduct of elections.
Hardik’s father, Bharat Patel, moved the petition through his advocate B M Mangukia who stated that no offence could be attributed to the Patel leader.
The employees have filed a pack of petitions before the High Court claiming that their removal was “predetermined.”
“Yes, we have terminated the employees,” said Registrar General B N Karia. He said that the decision was taken by the committee (of five judges) and subsequently order of termination was passed.
The petitioner had also said that such a ban violates fundamental rights.
The two had been summoned by the investigating officer and after hours of questioning since Tuesday, they were arrested from the vigilance cell’s office on the high court premises.
On August 26 the police team came to the society, at that time the petitioners were standing outside their homes, but went inside after they saw the police team.
In September 2005, the chargesheet was issued against Sreekumar on nine charges.