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Friday, April 08, 2016

SC Judgment : More comments


7 Apr 16, 10:43 PM


Anand: It is pathetic that there was so much infighting among the pensioners rather than interpretation of constitutional provisions. Stop the mud slinging and resort to United fight!

Pensioners pls realise SC has ordered to release 40% despite setting aside jaipur HC judgement. Now it is not BR or UOI. Pls understand it is validity of 3A which determines anomaly or revision. 

Dear Mr.SN, where did you get word 100% neutralisation in the judgement?

7 Apr 16, 10:40 PM

Perumalmaruthu: Advantage Sri GNS! Cue for the DHC is given as "...the resolution could not have been given effect to without framing a rule by the Central Government."

7 Apr 16, 09:27 PM


subbu: 

SN Sir ! How I wish I knew your cell number or gmail id so that we can converse freely ( of course in serious vein).The very fact that the judgments of the HCs have been thrown overboard, itself conclusively proves what was obvious. I am the opinion that SC has already decided. Only the cosmetics part is left to Delhi HC to say. Reasons for throwing them out is also spelt out in no unequivocal terms and language. 

7 Apr 16, 09:50 PM

S.r.Nagarajan: Mr.K. Bhakthavatsaarao has put it correct. The SC has just passed the buck to HC Delhi with comments. It seems to be a case of wrong pleading and a desire for oneupmanship that has cost us heavily.

Case Managers take note and conduct yourselves with dignity, please.

7 Apr 16, 10:06 PM

Ashok shrivastava: Thank you very much Sir .I was under a wrong notion based on the information gathered from one of the bank officers .I could understand the rationale.Thanks once again.