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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Apropos Shri Subbu's Comments


I appreciate Shri Subusab's witty comments on Relationship....I take the remarks have been made in a lighter vein.

Many must have smiled, enjoyed while reading in the PC a few humorous articles written by some very senior pensioners recently, after getting some amount credited to their bank accounts. The articles were lively in the hours of gloom. LIC machines knowingly or unknowingly have faltered in computation of 100% at the first instance and 20% while making disbursement to individual bank accounts of some pensioners.

May be Shri Subbu's Comments aren't for fun or mirth but seriously made to bring home the truth to his and public knowledge.

Three against one. Sarvshri. K.M.L.A., G.N.S. and M.S.M. / LIC (UOI).

Shri MSM wants the Apex Court to know that the LIC has made ' wrong calculations ' etc. ( no need to go into details here ). If one goes with an incorrect premise, the end result too will be incorrect. His counsellor may be (meaning - must be ) allowed to present his side of the case. It should go on statute record of the day's proceedings. If convinced, the Hon. Justices have their ' say ' not to allow computation / arithmetical inaccuracies while making payment on a future date. The errors committed while making 20% of the deposited money etc. be rectified. 

No one to hang.

Another learned counsellor has a say for payment in Rem, judgement be made applicable to all pensioners ( deceased and living ), not just only to the petitioners and to ('registered') members of a Federation.There is the senior most to plead to get in ' toto ' what is ordered by the Hon. Justice Shri. Bhandari.


Some kind of sacrifice, some kind of accommodation / adjustment, some bending by one or by all is need of the hour.

To sum up, it is incumbent, it is necessary for our leaders to see eye to eye - outside court room ( behind the scene ) inter actions and before the bench inside the court room.

SN ( a 1992 Pensioner )