Mr MVV’s suggestion for all to communicate is indeed a good call and if such communication does take place and the legal cases are thereby steered in the right direction, about 50000 pensioners and family pensioners of LIC will really be benefited not only immediately but also in the long run.
As regards his statement that the visit of all the three to Delhi for the hearing on 2nd December was sheer waste of time and energy, while the concern of Mr MVV for the trouble taken by these aged between 70 & 80 is to be appreciated, at least in the case of Mr M Sreenivasa Murty, he had stayed over for two more days and ensured that an order by the Supreme Court on 4th December 2015 allowing withdrawal by the petitioners of the amount deposited by LIC in the Chandigarh HC Registry was secured.
In his case, the time, money and energy spent had not gone in vain. No doubt at age 74, as rightly empathized by Mr MVV,Mr Murty would surely have had a tiresome and stressful experience but nevertheless well rewarded.
C H Mahadevan