I reiterate what Shri B. Ganga Raju has said. No contempt case or such similar actions please. IR is IR and adjustable. The Hon. Justice of S.C.has also qualified - spoken on IR at length, he had to, as he had to convey to the Addl. Solicitor General (LIC) to extend the benefit of IR to all the 'similarly placed'.
LIC has unlimited time, money and energy (staff) at its disposal to prolong the court cases, not withstanding the timeframe fixed by the S.C. Excuses are aplenty. We should not allow it to happen, to be a party to delay the final justice.
We, the pensioners and our leaders do not have much money or more time. Though our leaders are young at heart, and mentally strong, considering their age profile, it would be too much to expect much physical energy with them, with the passing time.
I feel that Shri M. Vithal Rao's view on - not - sending protest letters or e-mails is right and be well taken. Getting few thousand rupees less or much less than half of ones expectation, this (or next) week should not matter much. Any way, it is interim relief. Importantly, the interim relief is being given to all the pre 1997 pensioners. No need to send letters as the 'definition' of 3A of Appendix IV' is yet not 'crystallised' at all, including Apex, level : to put the position submissively.
SN (A 1992 Pensioner)