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    Quote Originally Posted by tymanagoli View Post
    Sir, the OM dated 30.07.2015 does not cover pre-2006 pensioners with less than 33 years QS. Hope the authorities will implement this(OA655) and other CAT/HC decisions in spirit expressed by HSC and dispense with proportionate reduction in pension for sub-33 years QS pensioners.
    Managoli
    Yes please, Sir. There are judicial pronouncements also in the matter of full Minimum Revised Pension irrespective of Qualifying service without any proportionate reduction to pre-2006 pensioners with less than 33 years qualifying service as per para 4.2 of OM dated 1.9.2008.

    To cite an example, the following verdict of CAT Ernakulam Bench in the case of Shri M.O.Inasu vs UOI was upheld by Hon. HC Kerala and the same is implemented also provisionally subject to the outcome of future SLPs. The SLP in UOI vs Shri M.O.Inasu was dismissed by the HSC on 20.2.2015 and according to available information, no further appeal is pending as on date in this case. Similar SLP in UOI vs Shri P.K.Bhargavan Pillai case also was dismissed by the HSC on 17.7.2015. Moreover, the Misc. Application No.1228/2014 filed by DOP&PW in CAT PR Bench seeking clarification as to whether quashing of OM 3.10.2008/14.10.2008 would affect the other decision relating to proportionate reduction based on length of service, was also rejected by the CAT PR Bench, Delhi.

    This apart, in Dr. D.K.Jain case, the CAT PR Bench ordered that invoking quashed OMs for effecting proportionate reduction based on length of service, is not legally sustainable. It was also ordered that Rule 49 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 is an enabling Rule to calculate and determine basic pension of the serving employees at the time of their retirement (prior to 1.1.2006, as after 1.1.2006 this Rule is not applicable to post-2006 retirees). Consequent on dismissal of WP 1535/2012 in OA 655/2010, the CAT PR Bench Order was implemented and pension orders issued to the applicant.

    "7. In the light of the above, the settled law is that in no case the pension of
    the pre-2006 pensioners shall be lower than fifty percent of the minimum of
    the pay in the Pay Band plus Grade Pay thereon corresponding to the prerevised
    pay scale from which the pensioner had retired. It meas that pension
    of a pre-2006 retiree has to be first calculated taking into account the revised
    pay in the pay in the Pay Band plus Grade Pay corresponding to the pay
    scale from which he retired proportionate to the length of his service and then
    find what is 50% of the minimum of the Pay Band plus Grade Pay and fix
    higher of the two as his pension. Hence the applicants are eligible to get the
    minimum pension in the Pay Band plus Grade Pay of the Deputy Office
    Superintendent, the post from which they had retired, with effect from
    01.01.2006. Accordingly, the O.As are allowed as under."

    Under the circumstances, the CAT PR Bench Order dated 1.11.2011 which is
    applicable for all pre-2006 pensioners (including pro-rata pensioners with less than 33 years service)
    is yet to be implemented for pre-2006 pro-rata pensioners with particular reference to
    full Minimum Revised Pension irrespective of qualifying service, based on Resolution
    dated 29.8.2008. The amendments to OM dated 1.9.2008 having been quashed, and the OM dated
    28.1.2013 has been only reiterating the para 4.2 of OM dated 1.9.2008 (effective from 24.9.2012)
    and the provisions of Pro-rata are not part of OM dated 1.9.2008. While the OM dated 1.9.2008
    has the basis of Resolution dated 29.8.2008, the OM dated 28.1.2013 got deviated from the
    initial OM dated 1.9.2008 as well as Resolution dated 29.8.2008 in regard to proportionate reduction
    aspect that was re-introduced from quashed OMs, vide OM dated 28.1.2013.

    Whether such a re-introduction from quashed OMs vide OM dated 28.1.2013 in spite of subsequent
    judicial pronouncements is legally sustainable, we have to wait and see.

    Meanwhile, the pro-rata pensioners (petitioners of OA 655/2010) aggrieved over OM dated 19.9.2014 have filed
    a Contempt Petition and the same is expected to come up for hearing on 19.8.2015 in CAT PR Bench, Delhi.

    However, we are thankful for the instant order dated 30.7.2015.
    For the rest, we can only pray and hope for the best.

    Best Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monga J C View Post
    Dear Sir,
    The relevant portion of the judgement is as follows:

    " Thus the normal corollary would be
    that the procedure laid down under para 4.2 of the OM dated September 01, 2008 shall remain in respect to pre-2006 retirees and the clarifications
    issued by OMs dated October 03, 2008, October 14, 2008 and January 28,
    2013 whereby the words the pension of the pensioners who retired prior
    to 2006 will be reduced pro-rata wherein the pensioner who has less
    than the maximum required service for full pension as per Rule 49 of
    CCS (Pension) Rules 1972 needs to be quashed. "


    "26. The writ petitions are allowed. The Office Memorandums
    introducing the cut-off date and mandating that pre January 01, 2006
    pensioners would have their pension fix by pro-rata reducing the same by
    such numbers of years they have rendered less service than 33 years are
    quashed. It is declared that the writ petitioners would be entitled to full
    pension post January 01, 2006 without any pro-rata cut therein. Pension
    deducted from the petitioners (after it was correctly fixed and paid but
    later on reduced and hence deductions made) shall be refunded as also the
    arrears paid within six weeks from today failing which the amount
    payable would bear simple interest @ 9% per annum reckoned six weeks
    hereinafter. "


    The link to full judgement:
    http://lobis.nic.in/dhc/PNJ/judgemen...CW80122013.pdf
    The aforesaid Judgment vide para 25 also decided as follows:

    "25.................Under the garb of clarification the Office Memorandum of October 03, 2008 followed by the Office Memorandum dated October 14, 2008 and repeated in the Office Memorandum dated January 28, 2013 the cut-off date was inserted ............. to cut down the beneficial policy decision notified on September 01, 2008".

    The beneficial policy decision vide Resolution dated 29.8.2008 and notified on 1.9.2008, having date of effect 1.1.2006 does not talk of Para 5 of OM dated 28.1.2013(given effect from 24.9.2012). The said accepted/notified policy decision is pending for issuance of implementation order in r/o all pre-2006 pensioners with less than 33 years, which virtually will amount to re-fixing pension based on Resolution dated 29.8.2008 without any proportionate reduction based on length of service.

    With the dismissals of SLPs in similar cases by HSC on 20.2.2015 and 17.7.2015, it is requested that the implementation of Court Orders in this regard may kindly be considered
    soon, so that the pension revision process by concerned Departments could be handled at one stroke on both accounts.

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    Thank you Sir
    For this lucid response






    [QUOTE=sundarar;20875]The aforesaid Judgment vide para 25 also decided as follows:

    [B][COLOR="red"]"25.................Under the garb of clarification the Office Memorandum of October 03, 2008 followed by the Office Memorandum dated October 14, 2008 and repeated in the Office Memorandum dated January 28, 2013 the cut

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    Thank you sir

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    UNLESS AN AMENDMENT TO THE STATUTORY RULES viz CCS PENSON RULES 1972, RULE 49 AND ITS SUB SECTIONS , IS INTRODUCED SUITABKLY BY THE GOVT. WITH THE USUAL ENDORSEMENT OF ALL CONCERNED AUTHORITIES AND FINALLY BY CAG, IT WILL BE DIFFCIULT TO EXPECT UNIVERSAL APPLICATION.

    "WRIT. OTHER PETITIONERS" OF EACH CASE MAY BE PERMITTED CASE BY CASE TO GET RELIEF - AFTER TESTING THEIR PATIENCE AND ABILITY/ RESOURCES TO CONTEST UP TO SLP/RP STAGES.

    JUDGMENTS BECOME LAW .....BUT THEY DO NOT REPLACE "RULES" OF GOVT.

    SO LET US KEEP OUR FINGERS CROSSED- KEEP OUR HOPES ALIVE - CONTINUE OUR FIGHT FOR JUSTICE - TILL A SOLUTION COMES UP AS IN THE CASE OF MOD PARITY ....

    CONFRONTATION (BLINDLY) BASED ON "QUASHING OF ENTIRE OM OF 3 OCT 2008" MAY BE COUNTER -PRODUCTIVE.....SO LET ALL REVIEW THEIR STAND IF NEEDED....IF THE JUSTICE HAS TO COVER ALL AS A GENUINE CHANGE OF POLICY.......

    REALITY MUST BE PRESENTED PROPERLY AT LEAST AT HC STAGES WRT PARA 4.2 OF PT 1 OF OM OF 3 OCT 2008 - ALSO RELEVANT PRAS OF PART II OF THE SAME OM- WITHOUT PREJUDICING OTHER PARAS WHICH ARE VALID CLARIFICATIONS AND CAN NOT BE QUASHED EVEN BY JUDICIAL REVIEWS....

    FEW OTHER OMs ALSO SHALL HAVE TO BE "PROPERLY" COVERED ...RECOS 2 , 3 OF GAZ RESOLUTION DT 29 AUG 2008 ISSUE BY DPPW, OM OF 2 SEPT 2008, OM OF 28 JAN 2013, AND NOW RECENT OM OF 30 JULY 2015 .

    FORMULATION OF 20 YR FOR FULL PENSION WRT MOD PARITY FORMUALTION ON EITHER SIDE OF DATE OF REVSION HAS TO BE SAME.....

    ( my views)

    vnatarajan
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    Respected VN sir
    A doubt in my mind.
    The CCS pension rules should be applicable to ALL pensioners ( pre & post 2006) once they become pensioners. Is it not invidious to consider its application only to pre-2006 pensioners?
    Also the OM for eligibility for full pension was modified - without any legal intervention for the post 2006 retires from 1-1-2006 to 20-08-2008 in a later day order selectively.
    All that is needed is only to extend this 'back dated application 'of full pension to pre 11-1-2006 also.
    Why should there be any procedural problem?


    Quote Originally Posted by vnatarajan View Post
    UNLESS AN AMENDMENT TO THE STATUTORY RULES viz CCS PENSON RULES 1972, RULE 49 AND ITS SUB SECTIONS , IS INTRODUCED SUITABKLY BY THE GOVT. WITH THE USUAL ENDORSEMENT OF ALL CONCERNED AUTHORITIES AND FINALLY BY CAG, IT WILL BE DIFFCIULT TO EXPECT UNIVERSAL APPLICATION.

    "WRIT. OTHER PETITIONERS" OF EACH CASE MAY BE PERMITTED CASE BY CASE TO GET RELIEF - AFTER TESTING THEIR PATIENCE AND ABILITY/ RESOURCES TO CONTEST UP TO SLP/RP STAGES.

    JUDGMENTS BECOME LAW .....BUT THEY DO NOT REPLACE "RULES" OF GOVT.

    SO LET US KEEP OUR FINGERS CROSSED- KEEP OUR HOPES ALIVE - CONTINUE OUR FIGHT FOR JUSTICE - TILL A SOLUTION COMES UP AS IN THE CASE OF MOD PARITY ....

    CONFRONTATION (BLINDLY) BASED ON "QUASHING OF ENTIRE OM OF 3 OCT 2008" MAY BE COUNTER -PRODUCTIVE.....SO LET ALL REVIEW THEIR STAND IF NEEDED....IF THE JUSTICE HAS TO COVER ALL AS A GENUINE CHANGE OF POLICY.......

    REALITY MUST BE PRESENTED PROPERLY AT LEAST AT HC STAGES WRT PARA 4.2 OF PT 1 OF OM OF 3 OCT 2008 - ALSO RELEVANT PRAS OF PART II OF THE SAME OM- WITHOUT PREJUDICING OTHER PARAS WHICH ARE VALID CLARIFICATIONS AND CAN NOT BE QUASHED EVEN BY JUDICIAL REVIEWS....

    FEW OTHER OMs ALSO SHALL HAVE TO BE "PROPERLY" COVERED ...RECOS 2 , 3 OF GAZ RESOLUTION DT 29 AUG 2008 ISSUE BY DPPW, OM OF 2 SEPT 2008, OM OF 28 JAN 2013, AND NOW RECENT OM OF 30 JULY 2015 .

    FORMULATION OF 20 YR FOR FULL PENSION WRT MOD PARITY FORMUALTION ON EITHER SIDE OF DATE OF REVSION HAS TO BE SAME.....

    ( my views)

    vnatarajan

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnaga57 View Post
    Respected VN sir
    A doubt in my mind.
    The CCS pension rules should be applicable to ALL pensioners ( pre & post 2006) once they become pensioners. Is it not invidious to consider its application only to pre-2006 pensioners?
    Also the OM for eligibility for full pension was modified - without any legal intervention for the post 2006 retires from 1-1-2006 to 20-08-2008 in a later day order selectively.
    All that is needed is only to extend this 'back dated application 'of full pension to pre 11-1-2006 also.
    Why should there be any procedural problem?
    Respected Shri DN Sir,

    I do have some doubts in my mind.

    Whether the pension of a pre-2006 pensioner is required to be re-fixed based on OM dated 1.9.2008 as AMENDED from time to time? OR

    Whether the pension of a pre-2006 pensioner is required to be re-fixed based on Resolution dated 29.8.2008/UNAMENDED OM dated 1.9.2008?

    One may say that BOTH are one and same, in accordance with latest OM, particularly with regard to MRP corresponding to pre-revised scale

    If so, then why the pension is required to be re-fixed based on OM dated 1.9.2008 as AMENDED from time to time only in respect of pre-2006 pro-rata pensioners,
    as against Resolution dated 29.8.2008 or as per UNAMENDED OM dated 1.9.2008?.

    Assuming that there are no subsequent OMs issued after initial OM dated 1.9.2008, whether pension under para 4.2 of OM 1.9.2008 cannot be fixed without these subsequent OMs for all pre-2006 pensioners including those who rendered less than 33 years service? or Why the pension cannot be re-fixed as per Resolution dated 29.8.2008 and why it should necessarily be re-fixed as per OM dated 1.9.2008 AS AMENDED from time to time for pre-2006 pensioners?

    The CAT PR Bench Order dated 1.11.2011 directing to re-fix pension w.e.f. 1.1.2006 based on Resolution dated 29.8.2008 which is upheld by the HSC for the second time by the HSC on 17.3.2015, is required to be implemented without any alterations or fresh interpretations.

    If the OM dated 1.9.2008 as AMENDED from time to time is required to be implemented, that will mean that implementation of Resolution dated 29.8.2008 is yet to be implemented, particularly in r/o pre-2006 pro-rata pensioners.

    My Second doubt:

    As already decided by CAT PR Bench in Dr. D.K. Jain case, that the Rule 49 of CCS (Pension) Rules 1972 is an enabling Rule to calculate and determine basic pension at the time of retirement. Whether the said Rule has any role to play while prescribing a Minmimum Assured Guaranteed Revised Pension?
    For applying the said Rule, two factors are significant. The last drawn emoluments as well as No. of qualifying service. The pension derived as per these factors
    at the time of retirement under the said Rule, while subjected to revision based on accepted 6th CPC recommendations, shall under no circumstances be less than 50% of the
    Minimum of the pay in the pay band and 50% of Grade Pay corresponding to pre-revised scale from which the pensioner had retired. Where is the last drawn emoluments and where is the qualifying service for applying Rule 49 when the pension itself derived under Rule 49 is subjected to a Minimum Revised Pension corresponding to pre-revised scale.

    Third doubt:

    Rule 49 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 if not applicable to post-2006 pensioners, whether the same can be made applicable to pre-2006 pensioners particularly for granting pro-rata MINIMUM Revised Pension just because they happened to retire prior to 1.1.2006 and whether the D.S.Nakara spirit permits such a differential treatment?

    To summarise, para 5 of the Hon. HC Delhi Judgment dated 29.4.2013 while dismissing the WP 1535/2012 is reproduced:

    "5.How would the existing pensioners get pension was decided by the Government as per a resolution dated August 29, 2008 which accepted para 5.1.47 of the recommendations of the 6th Pay Commission to the following effect:-

    "All past pensioners should be allowed fitment benefit equal to 40% of the pension excluding the effect of merger of 50% dearness allowance/dearness relief as pension (in respect of pensioners retiring on or after 1/4/2004) and dearness pension (for other pensioners) respectively. The increase will be allowed by subsuming the effect of conversion of 50% of dearness relief/dearness allowance as dearness pension/dearness pay. Consequently, dearness relief at the rate of 74% on pension (excluding the effect of merger) has been taken for the purposes of computing revised pension as on 1/1/2006. This is consistent with the fitment benefit being allowed in case of the existing employees. The fixation of pension will be subject to the provision that the revised pension, in no case, shall be lower than fifty percent of the sum of the minimum of the pay in the pay band and the grade pay thereon corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale from which the pensioner had retired."

    It is our request that pension of all pre-2006 pro-rata pensioners is also to be decided as per the said Resolution which accepted para 5.1.47 of the recommendations, effective from 1.1.2006
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    Respected Sundarar Sir,

    In the OM dated 30-07-2015, The first para refers to the OM dated 1-09-2008, which does not have the condition of pro rata reduction of pension for pre 2006 pensioners. It further refers to the clarification dated 3-10-2008, that also does not have any reference to pro rata reducion.

    In the second para it states " Hon'ble CAT, Principal Bench, New Delhi vide its common order dated 1.11.201lin OA No.655/2010 and three other connected OAs directed to re-fix the pension of all pre-2006 retirees w.e.f. 1.1.2006 based on the Resolution dated 29.8.2008 of the Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare and in the light of the observations of Hon'ble CAT in that order."


    In the next para, it refers to all the WP's and the SLP's that have dismissed by the Hon'ble Supreme Court, and as a conclusion, it states in the very next para that
    "Accordingly, in compliance with the above judicial pronouncements, it has been decided that the pension/family pension of all pre-2006 pensioners/family pensioners may be revised in accordance with this Department's OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.1.2013."


    The question is if the Hon'ble CAT , Principle bench has ordered to refix the pension based on the resolution dated 29-08-2008, then why they are invoking the OM dated 28-01-2013, where para 5 is introduced against the accepted resolutions of sixth CPC.

    Best regards

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    Respected Shri JCMji,

    We may wait for some more time or at least till this month end as some more developments in the matter may be in between.
    Best Regards

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    Thank you sir.
    Let us wait for 17-08-2015 and hope for the best.

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    Default Full pension for pre 2006 pensioners- Implementation of court judgements

    It is seen that against OA 655/2010 it is stated in the post above, that they have challenged OM dt 19/9/2014. I searched extensively in the Min of Personnel and Min of Pension portals for the OM, but I could not find the same.

    As I am not aware of its contents, will some one please help in finding the same. It is seen from the post that the contempt petition is coming up for hearing on 19 8 15 in CAT Pr Bench Delhi.
    Awaiting someone to post the OM, to examine why this OM is against the Pre 2006 pe
    nsioners with over 20 years of service for full pension equivalent to existing retirees

    Chandrasekar

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    rscws.com website
    The Railway Senior Citizens Welfare Society, Chandigarh has submitted an Appeal dated 7.8.2015 to our Hon. Prime Minister for implementation of judgments of various Courts for Full Pension to Pre-2006 Pensioners with more than 20 years of service - at par with Post 2006 Pensioners.
    For information.

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    Respected Sirs

    Another piece of information related to our case from the website rscws.com

    PRO-RATA REDUCTION IN PENSION OF PRE-2006 PENSIONRS -

    CASE No CWP 3423 of 2014

    The case regarding pro-rata reduction in pension to pre-2006 pensioners came up
    for hearing at the Punjab & Haryana High Court on 14-07-2015. Sarv shri P S Bedi,
    DIG (Retd) BSF, M S Toor, M S Sethi and N S Broca, Comdts,(Retd), CRPF
    attended the hearing. The case came up for discussion / argument little short of
    lunch break. The govt advocate referred to rule 49 of CCS (Pension) Rules for the
    pro-rata reduction in the pension of the pre-2006 pensioners. Our advocate pointed
    out that our case is based on the accepted recommendations of 6th CPC, as per
    orders issued vide OM dated 01-09-2008, Para 4.2. As the time for lunch
    approached the argument was deferred to post lunch session. When the argument
    was resumed post lunch session, our advocate referred to the judgement of Delhi
    High Court dated 07-05-2015. Referring to Para 1 of Delhi High judgement, wherein,
    it was mentioned that there was no difference in fixing the pension of pre-2006 and
    post 2006 pensioners, the Hon judge inquired from the govt advocate whether the
    orders for calculations of pension for post 2006 retirees were different from that of
    pre-2006 retirees. The govt advocate showed his ignorance about this, and sought
    adjournment . Our advocate pointed out that the petitioners were senior citizens,
    approaching 80 years of age. The four officers present in the court also stood up.
    However, to give some time to the govt advocate to get the information, he gave one
    month time.

    The next date of hearing fixed for 14-08-2015.

    It is hoped that our case will be finalised on 14-08-2015.

    P S Bedi, DIG(Retd) BSF

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    Respected Sirs,

    Thanks to Shri JCMji for the additional input.

    The OM 3.10.2008, 14.10.2008 and 28.1.2013 (Para 5) relating to proportionate reduction in pension were not in consonance with the Resolution dated 29.8.2008
    which ensures that "the fixation of pension will be subject to the provision that the revised pension, in no case, shall be lower than 50% of the sum of the minimum of the pay in the pay band and the grade pay thereon corresponding to the pre-revised scale from which the pensioner had retired" mainly because, the said Resolution did not prescribe any qualifying service criteria for entitlement of full Minimum Revised Pension.

    The Rule 49 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 is an enabling Rule to calculate and determine basic pension of a serving employee at the time of his retirement on the basis of
    his qualifying service and emoluments.

    While the insertions vide Clarification/Amendment through OM 3.10.2008 and 14.10.2008 were quashed by CAT PR Bench, Delhi and upheld by the highest court of land, the insertion relating to proportionate reduction in pension based on length of service was repeated/re-introduced through Para 5 of OM dated 28.1.2013.

    As of now, all the insertions including that of Para 5 of OM 28.1.2013 stand quashed by Hon. HC Delhi in Shri S.A.Khan case on 7.5.2015.

    This apart, two SLPs filed in S/shri M.O.Inasu and P.K.Bhargavan Pillai cases were dismissed by the HSC on 20.2.2015 and 16.7.2015 respectively. The petitioner therein would have got sufficient opportunity to justify validity of Para 5 of OM dated 28.1.2013. With the dismissal of 2 SLPs the para 5 of OM dated 28.1.2013 the validity of which is not judiciously justified so far, can have neither prospective nor retrospective effect, viz. from 24.9.2012 or from 1.1.2006.

    Thus, the final decision of HSC in the matter need to be implemented without any further delay by issuance of an appropriate O.M. for re-fixing the pension of all pre-2006 pro-rata pensioners with less than 33 years, w.e.f. 1.1.2006 strictly in consonance with the Resolution dated 29.8.2008 in all respects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sundarar View Post
    rscws.com website
    The Railway Senior Citizens Welfare Society, Chandigarh has submitted an Appeal dated 7.8.2015 to our Hon. Prime Minister for implementation of judgments of various Courts for Full Pension to Pre-2006 Pensioners with more than 20 years of service - at par with Post 2006 Pensioners.
    For information.
    Dear Sir,
    It is nicely drafted letter. Request concerned to forward the letter to Honorable Law Minister requesting him to end the litigation looking at the firm view of HSC also considering the age and financial ability of pensioners to pursue their cases individually.
    Managoli

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    Respected Sirs

    There is another letter written to Hon'ble Prime Minister and others with the subject:

    S.O.S. TO SAVE OLD PENSIONERS FROM FURTHER LITIGATION & CONTINUOS SUFFERING

    Subject: Implementation of judgment of Supreme Court of India Reg: Re-fixation of
    pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners from 1-1-2006 as per accepted Recommendations of
    Sixth Pay Commission vide Resolution dated 29-8-2008

    (just for information)

    link:http://rscws.com/pdfdocs/Memorandum_...Pensioners.pdf

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    Respected Sirs

    Today, there is a news flash on the rscws.com

    Two Cases of pre 2006 retirees with more than 10 years but less than 20 years of service (OA 2165/2011 & 246/2012) - were clubbed with Pratap Narayan's case (OA 1165/2012) in CAT New Delhi but by sheer oversight the CT dealt with only the the case of more than 20 years. A Review Petition had since been filed in CAT New Delhi to decide these cases as well. Hearing of the same is now fixed on 7-9-2015.

    Does this mean that the implementation of orders in our case shall be further delayed till the hearing of the said case gets completed ?

    With best regards

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    Post Full Minimum Revised Pension for ALL pre-2006 pensioners

    Quote Originally Posted by Monga J C View Post
    Respected Sirs

    Today, there is a news flash on the rscws.com

    Two Cases of pre 2006 retirees with more than 10 years but less than 20 years of service (OA 2165/2011 & 246/2012) - were clubbed with Pratap Narayan's case (OA 1165/2012) in CAT New Delhi but by sheer oversight the CT dealt with only the the case of more than 20 years. A Review Petition had since been filed in CAT New Delhi to decide these cases as well. Hearing of the same is now fixed on 7-9-2015.

    Does this mean that the implementation of orders in our case shall be further delayed till the hearing of the said case gets completed ?

    With best regards
    We may have no option but to wait till final decision in the matter please.

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    To Correctly implement PCAT order dated 01.11.011 in OA 655/2010. which quashed DOP & PW OMs Of 3.10.2008 , 14.10 2008 & 11.02.2009. Grant full minimum guaranteed pension to those with less than 33yrs but 20yrs or more qualifying service-Secretary General, Bharat Pensioners Samaj writes letter dated 10.8.2015 to Secy GOI M/O Personnel AR,PG & Pensions.

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    Dear sundarr
    The link needs to be given differently.. as it is given it cannot be opened
    Regards

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