In the circumstances, let us all-in the evening our lives-accept the ongoing protracted legal process going on as a fact of life and not get unduly anxious to settle for anything short of being just. That is not to say that let us all resign to our fate and sink into oblivion. With a spirit of equanimity we can think how well each of us can play a constructive role in making our ongoing legal struggle lead to success. Let success come when it does. Till then let us all live our life counting all our blessings instead of dwelling too much on our troubles and sufferings.
I do concede that many old pensioners are suffering because of the pension anomalies and lack of equitable upgradation of pension. But we cannot speed up things towards the rectification of anomalies beyond the legal process.Let us recognize that we have no alternative but to wait for the efforts of those fighting for justice to come to fruition. Let us all play a catalytic role to supplement their efforts.
A happy and healthy life with available resources within our control is all that most of us can wish for in the evening of our lives.
C H Mahadevan