Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Dear friends,
Our case is coming up before the Madurai bench of Madras High court on 30th Sept.
and on behalf of our Association I appeal to all members to pray the Almighty for the success of our case on 5 years notional credit.
with regards
nagarajan

18 comments:

Pramod Srivastava said...

Dear NISVRREA Team,

The Almighty God bless you. Tomorrow, September 30, 2016 is a crucial day for all the pensioners particularly SVRS/SVRP retirees/ pensioners/ family pensioners.

At this moment, I just remind that (i) Only ex-gratia will be paid on revised Pay Scale basis, such wording was never used in SVRS-2004 Scheme. (ii) This clause how the ex-gratia will be determined after Pay Revision was not mentioned at a common place or in the General Conditions Column, instead it was inserted in 'Ex-gratia Payment' Column of SVRS-2004 Scheme. Thus, this clause cannot be made applicable to entire SVRS-2004 Scheme. (iii) There cannot be two Last drawn salary of a retired employee on a particular date of retirement, which is a unlawful decision of PSU General Insurance Companies. (iv) After retirement from service, employer-employee relationship does not end at all for payment of pension. (v) General Insurance (Employees') Pension Scheme 1995 was never amended to exclude any benefit for SVRS/SVRP/Golden Gate Scheme retirees. (vi) SVRS-2004 Scheme becomes null & void ab-initio, if any benefit of statutory Pension Scheme is denied as the SVRS-2004 Scheme is not having the superseding clause over Pension Scheme 1995. (vii) Whatever has been paid to retirees of Golden Gate Scheme-2009 without amending the same statutory Pension Scheme 1995, is automatically payable to retirees of SVRS/SVRP Scheme. (viii) Pension Fund is a common fund in lieu of Employers' Contributory Fund, hence this Fund is actually belonging to all employees (pensioners) similarly and therefore, it cannot be mismanaged and diverted to Executives of Top Management by PSU General Insurance Companies/ Trustees (GGSVSO-2009 Scheme to be produced before the Hon'ble High Court as a new evidence).

The most important argument would be of course that Hon'ble Supreme Court of India believed the argument (may be through false Affidavit filed by PSU General Insurance Companies in the Hon'ble Supreme Court) of PSU General Insurance Companies that notional credit of 5 years of service was paid to retirees of SVRS-2004 Scheme.

Wish NISVRREA a very 'GOOD LUCK'...

Thanks & Regards
Pramod Srivastava, Pune.

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Anonymous said...

What about the hearing?

Anonymous said...

Latest in the case?

Anonymous said...

Latest in the case?

Anonymous said...

It's not always that "no news is good news".

Anonymous said...

Please..please.. Let us know judgement of madurai high court dated 30.09.16 or at least let us know case number

Anonymous said...

Our dear nisvrrea leades, why no reply please?

Anonymous said...

Pl let us know the latest position of the case as now anxiety is unbearable.

Anonymous said...

Pl let us know the latest position of the case as now anxiety is unbearable.

Dr L P Gupta said...

From one of the comments made in Facebook it is revealed by some one that decision has been reserved.We think whatever may be the case you should not close the communication since we always support you & would continue to do so.Please note No news is also a news for friends.

Anonymous said...

Is there any news good or bad?

Anonymous said...

Respected our NISVRREA leaders.We have put our trust in you people.please let us know judgement dated 30.09.2016. we fail to understand why you don't place any UPDATE on our blog. Please understand our feelings and curiosity and be kind to inform whatever may be.if you are making any future plan, then please write atleast two lines for our satisfaction

Anonymous said...

Dear mr. Pramod Shrivastava
Is there any progress in the vrs pension so far? Pl let us know as we highly bank upon you.
Regards

Anonymous said...

Can any one say what happened to madurai court case of svrs

Anonymous said...

Ur silence is killing. Can we still trust you. More than 7 months hv passed but still?????? Pl let us know the actual status of the case whether good or bad but must say something.

Anonymous said...

Ur silence is killing. Can we still trust you. More than 7 months hv passed but still?????? Pl let us know the actual status of the case whether good or bad but must say something.

Kamalakannan S said...
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Anonymous said...

Almost 10 months have passed. No reply from nisvrrea post holders. Are they still there or