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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

WE'RE THE FIRST CASE ON THURSDAY 31ST MAR 2016


Dear editor, 

All camps are visibly happy, except perhaps, LIC. Will explain that later.  When Misc. No 9 was concluded, the Display Board showed 101.  SGI was not seen. Few minutes left for the Bench to rise. ALL  Counsel representing Pensioners, M/s Sriram Panchoo,, Garg, Nidhesh Gupta, RK Singh, Jay Savla, Renuka Sahu, Saurav Aggarwal, Chinmayee, Kush Chaturvedi ( and some more) moved forward and caught the judge's attention. It is clear to all, that our matter has again not  reached, cannot go before the changed Bench in the AN and Tomorrow's list is uncertain. 

Mr Nidhesh Gupta virtually speaking for all Pensioners, told the Bench very appropriately, 'My Lord, this (101) is the LIC Pensioners matter, may or may not appear in tomorrow's list, so request specific orders to be posted tomorrow. Justice Misra was receptive and asked, 'is this part-heard'? The answer in chorus was 'No My Lord, it is not. 'Alright tomorrow'.  Again Nidesh Gupta said, 'as first item My Lord'. OK, first item. 

We now wait for the daily list in the evening to know about the Miscellaneous Villains. More later.  


Sreenivasa Murty M.
Camp: New Delhi