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KESHYAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 11-08-2015 04:10:

 PLIGHT OF OLD S.B.I PENSIONERS
PROBLEMS IN RELATION TO PENSION ISSUES IN STATE BANK OF INDIA CONTINUED.ACCUMULATING ONE AFTER THEOTHER FOR A LONG TIME(WLE.F 1.11.1987) AND THIS ACCUMULATION HAS RESULTED INTO SEVERAL PLIGHTS FOR THE RETIREES FROM STATE BANK OF INDIA.
THE FATE OF PENSIONERS/FAMILY PENSIONERS PARTICULARLY IN STATE BANK OF INDIA IS MUCH WORSE.ALTHOUGH 5TH AND 7TH BIPARTITES RETIREES WERE GETTING SALARY OF PAY SCALES OF 5TH AND 7TH BIPARTITE SETTLEMENTS RESPECTIVELLY AT THE TIME OF THEIR RETIREMENT(S) BUT IN THEIR CASE BASIC PENSION HAS NOT BEEN REVISED UPTO NOW.AS A RESULT 5TH AND 7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES ARE GETTING MAXIMUM BASIC PENSION OF RS2400/AND RS5920/ RESPECTVELLY .NOW THESE RETIREES ARE IN THE AGE RANGE OF 70YEARS TO 83YEARS OLD AND THEY ARE SUFFERING FOR THE LAST28YEARS AND 17 YEARS RESPECTIVELLY DUE TO NON REVISION OF PENSION OF 5TH AND 7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES AND IN THEIR CASE MAXIMUM PENSION IS RS20000/PER MONTH IN THIS PERIOD OF INFLATION AND THEY ARE SUFFERING DURING THEIR ADVANCED AGE.MOREOVER ALL THE RETIREES OF5TH ,6TH,7TH BIPARTITE ARE NOT GETTING 100% DA NEUTRALOISATION(RETIRED BEFORE1.112002)
K.R.SAINI
 
Comment: Dear Mr Saini,

You are absolutely right in stating that for pensioners in our bank, it has been a history of deprivation and discrimination. The 7th Bipartite retirees are getting pension calculated on 6th Bipartite salary, for the last 15 years or so. This is unbearable. Let us see how soon this and other anomalies are removed.

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 11-08-2015 03:35:

 W.P(C)1875/2013
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT ABOVE NOTED COURT CASE HAS BEEN LISTED ON THE 12TH AUGUST, 2015 BEFORE A DUBLE BENCH NO 5.
K.R.SAINI
 

MENINO FURTADO wrote at 11-08-2015 01:33:

 10 th Bipartite Settlement
Some of my colleagues who have retired recently would like to know how their pension would be revised in view of the above settlement. Any Bank`s Circular / other information on this issue will be welcomed. My email id is meninofurtado@gmail.com. I request my learned colleagues to guide me. Thanks & Regards.
 
Comment: Dear Menino,

The revision of pension for the 10th Bipartite retires has not been implemented, as yet, as the note has not yet been approved by the Govt. Approval of the Govt is awaited.

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 10-08-2015 23:40:

 PLIGHT OF SBI PENSIONERS
Dear Friends,

As all of you know, it is the adamant stand of the officials of the Ministry of Finance, Govt of India and the blind support given to the GOI by Reserve Bank of India that delays the rectification of our pension fixation anomalies. The Chairman has written to MOF for re-fixation of pension. The MOS Finance has also assured our leaders sympathetic consideration of our case. If the arrogant
bureaucrats in the MOF are misguiding the Minister and paying a deaf year to the recommendation of our Chairman, the only way to come out of this fix is to approach Supreme Court of India with a request to pass an order divesting the RBI and GOI of their powers to intervene in any matter connected with SBI Pension Fund. Contribution to SBI Pension Fund is made solely by SBI. RBI and GOI have not contributed even a single paisa. Our bureaucrats are blindly following the idiotic policies and draconian rules of the British Regime. These "EUROPEANS MADE IN INDIA' are putting spokes in the finalisation of our reasonable demands.

2. I know this is not the web site of Penfed; but when when many ordinary members are reading the opinions presented in it the office-bearers of the circle associations and Federation cannot ignore their views because it is VOX POPULI.

2. Our leaders should understand that it is high time to break all the chains and rise to the occasion and relieve SBI pensioners from the clutches of GOI and RBi. When other PSBs are free to take decision, why and how is it that the biggest bank is handcuffed.

Yours faithfully,

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer.

 
Comment: Dear Mr Iyer,

You are right, but emotional responses will not yield results. We cannot do away with the bureaucrats, and their permanent antipathy to bankers.

Gursharan singh batra (Website) wrote at 10-08-2015 23:36:

 Medi claim policy by our bank
Sir
Is there any information that our bank is forming any policy serving and retired employees as other banks are forming?
 
Comment: Dear Mr Batra,

Yes, for the future retirees. Insurance is being considered, as REMBS is reportedly proving to be not so viable.

S.V.Mani wrote at 10-08-2015 20:44:

 orop
Even the Defence Personnel will get their revised Pension ONE RANK ONE PENSION (OROP). The PM is likely to announce its implementation on 15th Aug. Congratulations.
 

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 10-08-2015 03:38:

 W.P(C) 1875/2013
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT,THE ABOVE NOTED COURT CASE HAS BEEN LISTED ON THE 11TH AUGUST,2015 AT SERIAL NO 1 A BEFORE A DOUBLE BENCH NO 5.
K.R.SAINI
 

B S Chahal wrote at 08-08-2015 21:42:

 pension updation
I am very grateful to Mr.Gopalakrishnan ,Mr.Mani and and all the colleague who are contributing something on this website.I am also grateful to our Fed.representative who created this website so that we can interact with each other.Now my suggestion is that a committee at Delhi and Mumbaii should be formed from the local unit of the retirees to follow up our case at Delhi high court, GOI and at Central office respectively.These committees should be made responsible to upload the developments on day today basis,so that our members get uptodate informations of our cases.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Chahal,

First, this website is that of the Bengal Circle Association, and not that of the Federation.
Second, the case is being regularly followed up by Fed representative residing at New Delhi, apart from regular consultation with the counsels by other office bearers of the Federation.
Third, we update relevant news on this website, on the basis of authentic information received by us from time to time.

S.V.Mani wrote at 08-08-2015 17:05:

 pensio
The audince with the Chief followed by a cordial meeting by the FED leaders doe't work. The DMDs recommendations to MOF on revised pension have fallen on deaf ears. The alternative path that our case 1875 serial 1A remains where it is. Our thanks to Upadhyayaji for his untiring efforts to plead with the top Management of the Bank to resolve the long pending issue on behalf of retirees.
 

M.Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 08-08-2015 05:10:

 MEETING WITH SBI CHAIRMAN AND MOS FINANCE.
Dear Friends,

Please refer to the Meeting ourbeloved Federation leaders had with Minister of State for Finance, GOI succeeded by one with Chairman SBI and Dy Managing Director & CDO SBI.

2. As per instructions from the MOF our Bank had written another letter on 25th April 201 regarding refixation of pension of 5th, 6th and 7th BPS retirees and the leaders met the above-mentioned MOF and SBI top functionaries who promised to look into the matter favourably and expedite a decision, no good news could be heard at yet.

2. Hence I reiterate my suggestion that we should have liaison officers at Delhi and Mumbai to follow up our requirements at MOF and CC levels.

3. Also, the progress of our Case in Delhi High Court is very sluggish and is being delayed without any consideration to our legitimate prayers and our age and ailing health.

4. We have no other go but to resign to our fate. The old saying is MISFORTUNE NEVER COMES SINGLY

2. Our only ray of hope lies in the recent Supreme Court orders in State of Rajasthan and LIC of India pension cases.

Yours faithfully,

M. Gopalakrishnan.

 

LAKSHMINARAYANAN N wrote at 08-08-2015 01:12:

 1875/2013
How can Mr.Sainiji upload the leave particulars of a Judge. He is posting the registrar's daily case list for the benefit of retired persons like us.
 
Comment: Dear Shri Lakshminarayanan,

The additional input of the lady judge being on leave, was given by us, on the basis of information received by us, and Shri Saini is giving only the listing data of our case on the basis of information available on the website of Delhi High Court.

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 07-08-2015 04:05:

 W.P(C) 1875/2013
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT ,THE ABOVE NOTED COURT CASE HAS BEEN LISTED ON THE 10TH AUGUST,2015 AT SERIAL NO 1 A BEFORE A DOUBLE BENCH NO 5.
K.R.SAINI
 

M.Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 07-08-2015 02:26:

 DATE & TIME OF THIS SITE
Friends,

I am loading this message at 4.55 pm on 7th
August 2015. Let us see the date and time asthey appear in the site.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Iyer,

You message has been shown as posted at 4.56 p.m. on 7th August, 2015.

M.Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 06-08-2015 20:49:

 DELHI COURT CASE No.1875/2013
Dear Friends AND
Dear K.R. Sainiji,

If possible, please try to find out the date on which Justice Ms. Deepa Sharma, who is also a Judge in Court No.5 where our captioned case, listed as item No.1A is posted, is returning after leave and post the information in this popular site of ours.

Yours faithfully,

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer.
 

S.RAJAGOPALAN wrote at 06-08-2015 08:03:

 posting time of comments.
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ACTUAL COMMENTS POSTING TIME& THE TIME SHOWN IN THIS SITE.THIS GOT TO BE CORRECTED PLEASE
 
Comment: Dear Mr Rajagopalan,
Thanks for pointing out. We have made necessary corrections in the Settings. Hope this works.

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 06-08-2015 03:58:

 W.P (C)1875/2013
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT ,THE ABOVE NOTED COURT CASE HAS BEEN LISTED ON THE 7TH AUGUST,2015 AT SERIAL NO 1 A BEFORE A DOUBLE BENCH NO 5
 
Comment: Dear Mr Saini,

Thanks a lot for your regular updates. We understand that the case can come up only next week or later, when one of the two Judges of the bench, a lady resumes duty, and also when the part heard matter against Sl. No. 1, gets disposed of. Let us hope for the best.

Raghunathan.T wrote at 06-08-2015 00:46:

 Delhi HC Case
Dear Admin,
I am looking forward for your comment on suggestion by Sri.B.S.Chahal to get a favourable judgement at Delhi HC.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Raghunathan,

We have already responded to Mr Chahal. While the request should have gone to our Federation, we do believe that any help from anyone is welcome, for the community of pensioners. Still, he may contact our Fed representatives.

Vishwa Prakash wrote at 05-08-2015 22:28:

 High court Pension case
Services of Chahal Sir should be utilized to expedite the case
 
Comment: Dear Mr Prakash,

We have already asked Mr Chahal to contact our Fed representatives, if he so desires.

B S Chahal wrote at 05-08-2015 22:13:

 pension updation
I must now introduce to all my fellow colleque that once I was instructor at STC DEHRADUN STC
 
Comment: Dear Mr Chahal,

We have deleted the operative part of your message, because we do not appreciate its contents, which suggests unethical methods to achieve our demands. We request you to refrain from posting such messages in this website.

Amitava Goswamy wrote at 05-08-2015 21:32:

 Case No.1875/2013
Can't we again approach the Hon'ble Supreme Court citing the inordinate delay in our case, as the apex court had instructed earlier to settle within six months.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Goswamy,

This path was taken earlier, but the approach was not appreciated by the earlier Div Bench of Delhi High Court, which had replied that it had just received the matter, and had not caused any delay. Antagonising the Judges in our country, may not be the ideal approach.

TNR Nair wrote at 05-08-2015 19:46:

 Our case before Delhi High Court
Going by the way our case is being handled I am sure our wishful hope that justice will be delivered seems to be far fetched. What prevents us from bringing the facts before the public domain when the media is so vociferous in raising such issues. We need to think on this aspect.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Nair,

We feel that there is no secrecy about the developments in this regard, at least as far as our website is concerned. The fact remains that our website is that of Bengal Circle Association, and not that of the Federation.

We reiterate that in our opinion, our Federation is doing its best, despite the uncertainties in our legal system. We learn that once a part heard case is disposed of by the Bench, and the lady member of the bench resumes her duty, our matter will be taken up. Let us hope for the best.

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 05-08-2015 18:01:

 fFLAWS IN HC JUDGES' PENSION REMOVED.
Dear Friends,

I was astonished to find a news item in today's TIMES OF INDIA enhancing HC Judges" pension by adding 10 years of their service as advocates to those who were directly appoined from the Bar to High Courts.

2. Financial Ministry has given its nod for this amendment which will soon be placed before the Parliament. This will enable our politicians to claim enhancement of pension by counting their service in local bodies, assembly and parliament.

3. GOOD NEWS INDEED if applicable to other fields also.

Yours faithfully,

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Iyer,

We will offer no comments. That, by itself, is a comment on the state of affairs in our country.

S.V.Mani wrote at 05-08-2015 16:57:

 pension
The Case 1875 serial 1 will be heard if 'a' is removed.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Mani,

We understand that 1a is equivalent to 2. Once the part heard matter of case No. 1 is disposed of, the bench will hear our matter.

udayan dasgupta wrote at 05-08-2015 08:14:

 Regular 1A
Our case no1875/2013 is daily appearing as "REGULAR IA " since 6th July 2015.
Please,can anybody enlighten us about the case when actually be taken up by the judges?Is there any time limit of this tag "Regular 1A"? ..... ...
 

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 05-08-2015 07:22:

 DELHI HIGH COURT CASE No.1875/2013
Dear Shri Sainiji and all my friends,

Please refer to the post by Shri Ravindra Kumar Syal in the case of Premavathi Bagga vs UOI. I have to come out openly against the judiciary and the advocates for Premvathi Bagga. If the so-called "Honourable" Judges and our advocates who are helping the "Judiciary" to take a decision based on law and justice, what is the big need to take more than 13 years to decide a case. If payment of a cheque is delayed by 5 minutes in the banks, we were held responsible. But the so called judiciary who are the watchDOGS of law and order in the country without fear or favour are neither answerable nor even accountable to anybody. Their immunity lies in the difficult procedure to dismiss them. Somebody will have to give a complaint to the Speaker, then convene a special session of the Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha to impeach them which is more dangerous and time consuming than waiting for a hen to have breast.

2. The President of India, who is issuing the warrant of Appointment to a Judge of High Court/Supreme Court should be armed with enough powers to summarily dismiss them and even imprison them if so needed.

Yours faithfully,

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer.
 

Ravindra Kumar Syal wrote at 05-08-2015 06:10:

 Pension case. Delhi high Court.
How many judges have been changed so far. If not changed then what our Advoate is doing in this case.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Syal,

While appreciating your anger and frustration, let us also appreciate that in India, Advocates have to perforce tolerate all delays and inactions of the judiciary. They can only argue before the Courts. The final word is not theirs.

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 05-08-2015 03:58:

 W.P(C)1931/2002
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT ,THE ABOVE NOTED CASE REGARDING PREM VATI BAGGA&OTHERS V/S U.O.I&OTHERS HAS BEEN LISTED ON THE 6TH AUGUST,2015 AT SERIAL NO 1 BEFORE A SINGLE JUDGE.
K.R.SAINI
 

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 05-08-2015 03:35:

 W.P(C)1875/2013
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT ,THE ABOVE NOTED CASE HAS BEEN LISTED ON THE 6TH AUGUST,2015 AT SERIAL NO 1 A BEFORE A DOUBLE BENCH NO 5.
K.R.SAINI
 

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 05-08-2015 00:33:

 W.P(C) 1875/2013
DEAR FRIENDS ,I HAVE TO CLARIFY THAT THE ABOVE NOTED COURT CASE HAS BEEN LISTED DAILY W.E.F 6TH JULY,2015 EXCEPT NOT LISTED ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS IN THE DAILY REGULAR CAUSE LIST AND AT THE SERIAL NO 1 A BEFORE A DOUBLE BENCH NO 5.HOWEVER, THIS CASE HAS NOT BEEN HEARD FOR THE LAST ONE MONTH.THIS INFORMATION I HAVE GATHERED FROM THE WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT.
K.R.SAINI
 

udayan dasgupta wrote at 04-08-2015 22:39:

 Caseno.1875/2013
This case is moving just like our age moves towards our death .......day by day .............................
 
Comment: Dear Udayan,

You are absolutely right in emotional terms. As far as the reality is concerned, we learn that one of the lady judges of the Bench, is on leave, and so our matter will be heard after she resumes duty, and as soon as they are ready to take it up for final disposal.

Sujoy Ghosh (Website) wrote at 04-08-2015 21:44:

 7th.BPs
My laptop shows 5th.August but my comment is dated 4th.Aug.Sujoy Ghosh
 

Sujoy Ghosh wrote at 04-08-2015 21:43:

 7th.BPs-DHC
A sliver of a ray of hope from Mr.Saini.Hope that the case gets taken up today.Sujoy Ghosh
 
Comment: Dear Sujoy,

There is some cloud also, in front of the silver ray. One of the two Judges of the Div Bench, a lady is on leave, and the temporary replacement in the Bench, will not take up our case. Moreover, there is a part heard matter in the permanent bench, listed at Sl No. 1. This has to be disposed of before our matter is taken up.

S.V.Mani wrote at 04-08-2015 20:39:

 revised pension
Welcomming news atlast. The Retirees of Central govt. will be getting their arrears of their revised Pension as per 6th Pay Commission Pay. Our case 1875 serial 1a seems to be a slow moving asset. May be the serial number is not lucky. Whether serial number can be changed, if the Bench or Registrar permits on request from Counsels from FED/Bank's side to 1 or 2 or 3 or within five excudidng a.
 

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 04-08-2015 05:28:

 5TH 6TH 7TH 7 8TH BPS RETIREES
Dear friends,

Any SBI Pensioner who belittles Shri K.R.Saini is highly mistaken. Even the office-bearers of our PENFED will have to take much and many good qualities from him. He is doing a self-less service. He, had he so desired, could have got any position in the leadership at even he national level of our pensioners' collective bodies. WHEN YOU HAVE GOT EYES YOU DO NOT THEIR WORTH. YOU WILL KNOW IT ONLY WHEN YOU LOOSE YOUR EYESIGHT. He is what he is. Despite all the bad commentw, even today he has updated the position of our case. Mistakes can be corrected; sins can never be reversed.
 

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 04-08-2015 03:45:

 W.P(C) 1875/2013
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT ,THE ABOVE NOTED CASE HAS BEEN LISTED ON THE 5TH AUGUST,2015 AT SERIAL NO 1 A BEFORE A DOUBLE BENCH NO 5.
K.R.SAINI
 

sivasamy.P wrote at 03-08-2015 19:34:

 appreciation
Dear sir,
I fully endorse the opinion of shri.M.Gopalakrishna iyer about shri. K.R.Sainiji,.To pensioners like me, who are all away from the capital,he is the only person, who is enlightening us the latest development of our case. Hats off to you shri. Shiniji.Please continue your service to the senior citizens.GOD BLESS you.
Regards.
 
Comment: Dear Mr Sivasamy,

We join you in voicing our appreciation for the untiring efforts of Mr Saini in informing the latest status of our case, on an ongoing basis.

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 03-08-2015 18:32:

 DELHI HIGH COURT CASE No.1875/2013
Dear Shri Hardayal Singh,

Sorry, you have mistaken in questioning the authenticity of the information passed on to us by Shri K.R. Saini on the latest position/cause list of the captioned case. He is providing us with an opportunity to know all details of the case by referring to this site. It is a pity that you did not realise his sincerity to the purpose before passing a wrong comment.

Please do not spoil his enthusiasm. At times, he comes up with his frank opinions also especially in the matters of injustice to 7TH BPS retirees and undue delay in Court Cases. His learned criticism and words are sharper than a sword. It is for people like you and me to appreciate his selfless service. SAINIJI, PLEASE MARCH AHEAD: LAURELS ARE WAITING FOR YOU.

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer.
 

hardayal singh wrote at 03-08-2015 05:39:

 dates in court of delhi high court 5 case no 1875/2013
Mr Saini Jee,
What is the use of the date 4/8/2015 ? As per my understanding the case is not likely to be taken up by the court as on previous date i.e 03/08/2015. The list taken up by the court will be the list against advance cases list.
HARDAYAL SINGH
 

RP GUPTA wrote at 03-08-2015 04:49:

 LETTERS OF SHRI PPP RAMCHANDRA UPADHYAYA......
THE CORRECT NAME IS PPP RAMCHANDRA UPADHYAYA,RETD G.M. AND NOT PPP RAMCHANDRAN RETD. G.M. AS ERRONEOUSLY INCORPORATED BY ME IN MY MESSAGE JUST TRANSMITTED.KINDLY CORRECT IT. THE ERROR IS REGRETTED.
 

RP GUPTA (Website) wrote at 03-08-2015 04:21:

 LETTERS OF SHRI PPP RAMCHANDRAN, RETD GM TO THE CHAIRMAN AND THE PM NARENDRA MODI
Dear Shri V. Madhavan,
Thanks for your mail with four attachments. Going through those nice letters, it occurs to me that these letters should have been sent to our Federation, who have already held a meeting with our Chairman on the 6th July,wherein Shri B. G. Dandekar, the adviser to the Fed. have also participated, who has good knowledge in the Pension matters.
 

sivasamy.P wrote at 03-08-2015 04:08:

 correction
Dear sir,
The time shows at the hesd of each question is incorrect. Please correct it.
 

KESHAV RAI SAINI (Website) wrote at 03-08-2015 03:38:

 W.P(C) 1875/2013.
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT ,THE ABOVE NOTED CASE HAS BEEN LI8TED ON THE 4TH AUGUST,2015 AT SERIAL NO 1 A BEFORE A DOUBLE BENCH NO 5.
K.R.SAINI
 

r.ramakrishnan wrote at 02-08-2015 21:52:

 inordinate delayin taking up our cxase by delhi high court.
we pensioners are at wits end as to why our case listed AS 1A since 7.7.2015 is still not taken upeven aftera month.i suspect that there is understanding between our councels& GOI consulto delay the case best known to our GS.there is absolutely no rationale .the federation GS should explain the reasons what everr it may be.he is noot coming outwhen he made so many branch visit s in tamilnadu.i am not for a favourable vedict.but the delhi high court should decide one way or other at the earliest.
 

S.V.Mani wrote at 02-08-2015 20:59:

 revised pension
The Delhi High Court Case 1875/serial 1A is moving an inch forward. Our Fed and Banks Counsels are silent spectators just like watching a movie 'Bourne Supremacy. The other route that DMD's recommendations to GOI are still to be addressed. There are several recommendations submitted by the Bank to GOI's Nod and it remains to be seen which one is taken first for approval. The day is not far off where day-to-day work such as passing or dishonouring a cheque for Rs.1cr. or above may be referred to MOF for prior approval. Our Experts may comment this is because GOI has a major stake.
 

udayan dasgupta wrote at 02-08-2015 07:08:

 Medical Insurance
Ref:Implementation of Medical Insurance Scheme for the Retired officers/ Employees of IBA member Banks which are parties to the Bipartite
Settlement / Joint Note dated 25th May, 2015

Whether SBI Retired employees be included in this master Polcy?
 

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer wrote at 02-08-2015 06:02:

 DELHI HIGH COURT CASE No.1875/2013
Dear Shri Lakshminarayanan,

This refers to your post of the 1st idem on the captioned subject. Despite having lived in this country for nearly 3/4th of a century if you are pinning your hopes on politicians like M>P's and M.L.A's, I request you to update your memory and knowledge by discussing about politicians in some open forums. They will do nothing to support us or our reasonable demands. When a bill comes in Parliament for enhancing their salary and perks, they all join together ignoring party lines and logic. So my humble opinion is that approaching them for anything is SUICIDAL.

Yours sincerely and with good wishes,

M. Gopalakrishna Iyer.
 

LAKSHMINARAYANAN N wrote at 01-08-2015 21:18:

 Case No.1875/2013
We have been waiting all these years hopefully to get our legal pension. Let us hope that our Federation will initiate suitable steps to get our legal pension through assistance from MPs and also following through the court proceedings.
 

M.RAM wrote at 01-08-2015 17:09:

 pension
Pre-2006 retired armed forces gets revised pension==see the web site===http://www.staffcorner.com/view.html?id=5683082506010624
 

hardayal singh wrote at 01-08-2015 05:36:

 dates in court of delhi high court 5 case no 1875/2013
DEAR SIANI JEE

I HAVE NOT RECEIVED A REPLY TO MY ENQUIRY DATED 31/07/2015 FROM YOU. I THINK THE SAME MAY BE THE RESULT ON 3/8/2015 IN THE ABOVE CASE.
THANKING YOU

YOURS FAITH FULLY
HARDAYAL SINGH
 

Sivasamy Ponnusamy wrote at 01-08-2015 05:32:

 consolidated address
DEAR SIR,
Where do I get consolidated address details with phwone numbers of various circles' circle welfare committee for booking holidayhome.
Thanks and regards.
 
Comment: Dear Shri Ponnusamy,

You may contact your own Circle's Circle Welfare Committee for this purpose. In any case, you will have to route your application through them, even when you wish to book a holiday home under the control of some other Circle.
You may also refer to the page "Important information for pensioners", in this website, for the addresses of holiday homes of the bank all over the country.

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