Friday, April 15, 2011

Update: Rank Pay Anomaly Case

The case had come up for hearing on 13 Apr 2011 in court no 13. UOI has asked for more time and has not yet filed the affidivit as asked by the court. The next date of hearing has been fixed for 25 Apr 2011.

11 comments:

bidyut chatterjee said...

The Govt.of India and its bureaucracy are aware, they can carry on like this indefinitely, and that nothing can be done to them. They are capable of showing two fingers.I doubt if anything will come of it.

Sqn ldr Bidyut Chatterjee

joshi said...

Govt thinks that they can carry on for indefinite period like this.they must remember it is not possible.They have to face the reality one day. I am sure we will win this case too as we have seen in the earlier cases.May GOD help the BABUS.

subhash said...

Affidavit will never be filed as this will expose them completely. Hope the Hon'ble judges will see through their game and announce the much awaited decision in the next hearing. I will not be surprised if punitive punishment is also announced against the concerned officials and hold them responsible for increased interest burden on the Govt of India

Wg Cdr S Chander

Harry said...

Well.. the earlier lament of Sarkari Vakeel before the SC, "we have NOT been heard adequately," will ATLEAST NO LONGER hold now. Curiously, now they just don't seem to be HAVING ANY ANSWER as the requisite Affidavit has still not been filed!!! Amazing Skullduggery by Gopal Subramanium and Co.

GURDEEP said...

There is no limit for SHAMELESSNESS of the BABUS.You can take a horse to water but cant make him drink. But in this case I think we have to drown the BABUs so that they have no chice but to drink.We should not leave them thirsty. The struggle must continue.
Gurdeep singh
Group Captain (Retd )

LT.COL.(RETD) K.B.MATHUR said...

Such delaying tactics will go on and on .This is also a type of corruption .We should plan to take up this case of delaying tactics through Jana Lokpal Committee.

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I am sure the RDOA will consult senior advocate Harish Salve on what should be done.
There is a limit to which the petitioner (UoI)can hold things up and I am sure legal minds can advise respondents (RDOA included) on how to ask for expediting the case.

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A Delhi high court judge has blamed his colleagues for the "culture of adjournment" that often prolongs cases for years. Rueing the "lattitude shown by the high court" to lawyers who plead for adjournments, justice S N Dhingra said: "It appears as if there is an understanding between the courts and advocates that come what may the orders of trial courts refusing adjournments shall be set aside on mercy pleas and...

Bharatvasi said...

There is a provision that if an affidavit is not filed within a certain time, the Hon'ble Supreme Court could consider the case as undefended and proceed.

Are the advocates of RDOA planning this?

Bharatvasi said...

Any legal advice whether writing a blog about the additional affidavit filed in March 2011 wherein the UoI had given reasons why the Armed Forces Officers must not be given benefit of the Orders of 8.3.2010 constitutes a Contempt of Court?

Col Mohan said...

No updates on 25 Apr ?