Tuesday, May 14, 2013

CASES OF PRE 2006 PENSIONERSS IN VARIOUS COURTS AGAINST WHICH JUDGEMENTS FOR GRANTING MODIFIED PARITY HAVE ALREADY BEEN RECEIVED AS ON 14.05.2013.-Courtesy M.L.Kanaujia


CASES OF PRE 2006 PENSIONERSS IN VARIOUS COURTS  AGAINST WHICH JUDGEMENTS  FOR GRANTING MODIFIED  PARITY  HAVE  ALREADY  BEEN  RECEIVED  AS ON  14.05.2013.-Courtesy M.L.Kanaujia
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HEARD BY
PETITION NO. & YEAR
LEAD PETITIONER
NEXT
DATE
FIXED
FOR
HEARING
REMARKS IN BRIEF
1
AFT-PB Delhi
OA 139/2009
Lt.Col.PK Kapur
DOJ
30.06.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
2
AFT-PB Delhi
OA 24/2010
Lt.Com.AvtarSingh
DOJ
14.09.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
3
AFT-PB Delhi
OA 270/2010
Sq.Ldr. V K  Jain 
DOJ
14.09.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
4
AFT Chandigarh
OA 277/2010
Romesh Chand
DOJ
01.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
5
AFT Chandigarh
OA 312/2010
OP Singh
DOJ
01.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
6
AFT Chandigarh
OA 313/2010
MS Minhas
DOJ 01.11.2010

Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
7
AFT Chandigarh

OA 314/2010
YS Nijjar
DOJ
01.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
8
AFT Chandigarh

OA 325/2010
Dildar Singh Sahi
DOJ
01.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
9
AFT Chandigarh

OA 326/2010
Gurlochan Singh
DOJ
01.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
10
AFT Chandigarh

OA 327/2010
Gurmeet Singh
DOJ
01.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
11
AFT Chandigarh

OA 445/2010
Balwant Singh
DOJ
01.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
12
AFT Chandigarh

OA 476/2010
Karam Chand
DOJ
01.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
13
AFT Chandigarh

OA 257/2010
Jagdish Chandar
DOJ
25.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
14
AFT Chandigarh

OA 409/2010
N Sud
DOJ
25.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
15
AFT Chandigarh

OA 410/2010
HS Tonque
DOJ
25.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA  allowed.
 16
AFT Chandigarh

OA 521/2010
GS Kang
DOJ
25.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
17
AFT Chandigarh

OA 522/2010
SS Matharu
DOJ
25.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
18
AFT Chandigarh

OA 346/2010

DOJ
25.11.2010
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
19
CAT-PB Delhi
OA 306/2010
D L Vohra s29
DOJ
01.11.2011
Modified Parity case. OA allowed to refix pension in 3 months as per OM dt 29.08.08.

20
CAT-PB Delhi
OA 507/2010
PPS Gambhir s29
DOJ
01.11.2011
Modified Parity case. OA allowed to refix pension in 3 months as per OM dt 29.08.08.

 21
CAT-PB Delhi
OA 3079/2009
 s29 and s30 Pensioners Association
DOJ
01.11.2011
Modified Parity case. OA allowed to refix pension in 3 months as per OM dt 29.08.08.

 22
CAT-PB Delhi
OA 655/2010
s29 pen.Association
DOJ
01.11.2011
Modified Parity case. OA allowed to refix pension in 3 months as per OM dt 29.08.08.

23
CAT Ernakulam
OA 843/2010
S29 and s26
S.Parmasivan Pillai  &Ors.

24.11.2011
The  prayer was for modified parity and for counting of special pay for pension. OA allowed.
24
AFT-PB/Delhi
OAs 106 / 2009,76/ 2011 and 24/2011
Wg.Comm. V Tomar
& Ors. Vs. UOl
DOJ
07.12.2011
Modified parity case. OA allowed.
25
CAT Hydrabad
OA 568/2010
s29 pensioners Dr.Kotra & Ors.
DOJ
30.12.2011
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
26
CAT Hydrabad
0A931/2010 Clubbed With OA 568/2010
s26 Pensioners.
DOJ
30.12.2011
Modified Parity case. OA allowed.
27
CAT-PB Delhi

OA 201/2010
M L Gulati s29 Vs UOI
DOJ
29.02.2012
 Modified parity case. OA allowed.
28
AFT-PB Delhi
OA 126 of 2011
Wg.Comm.KG Rao VsUOl
 DOJ 16.08.2012
Modified parity case. OA allowed.
29
AFT-PB Delhi
OA 289 of 2011
Lt.Col.BGV Kumar VsUOl
DOJ 16.08.2012
Modified parity case. OA allowed.


30
Pun. & Har. HC
CWP19641/2009
RK Agarwal (s29)Rtd.CEEs and XENs
DOJ
21.12.2012.

Modified Parity case. CWP allowed by the Hon.  P & H High Court
31
Pun. & Har. HC
CWP19642/
2009
Satish Bhalla (s29)
DOJ
21.12.2012.

Modified Parity case.   CWP allowed by the Hon. P & H High Court
32
Pun. & Har. HC
CWP3452/
2010
0 P Kapur (s29)
DOJ
21.12.2012.

Modified Parity case.   CWP allowed by the Hon. P & H High Court
33
Pun. & Har. HC
CWP12638/2010
M L Kansal (s29)
DOJ
21.12.2012.

Modified Parity case.   CWP allowed by the Hon. P & H High Court
34
Pun. & Har. HC
CWP20725/2010
RK Sehgal (s29)
DOJ
21.12.2012.

Modified Parity case.   CWP allowed by the Hon. P & H High Court
35
Pun. & Har. HC
CWP20726/2010
R K Bali (s29)
DOJ
21.12.2012.

Modified Parity case.   CWP allowed by the Hon. P & H High Court
36
Pun. & Har. HC
CWP20727/2010
B K Jain (s29)
DOJ
21.12.2012.

Modified Parity case. CWP allowed by the Hon.
P & H High Court
37
Pun. & Har. HC

CWP20753/2010


CK Gupta (s29)
DOJ
21.12.2012.

Modified Parity case. CWP allowed by the Hon.
P & H High Court
38
Delhi HC
WPCs
1535/2012, 2348/2012, 2349/2012 and 2350/2012
UOI Vs CG SAG s29 Pensioners Association and four other Respondents.
DOJ 29.04.2013

Modified Parity case. Hon.ble Court dismissed  all the four UOI Petitions  and upheld the Judgment of Hon.ble CAT-PB in OA Nos. 3079/2009, 306/2010, 507/2010 and 655/2010 dated 01.11.2011.




*
Modified Parity” means computation of revised pension of  pre 2006 pensioners on the basis of  Union Cabinet approved6 CPC Report Para 5.1.47, given in  item 12 of the GOI, Ministry of Personnel (DOP) Resolution No. No. 38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated  29.8.2008, which lays down that “The fixation of pension will  be subject to the provision that the revised pension, in no case, shall be lower than fifty percent of the sum of the minimum of the pay in the pay band and the grade pay thereon corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale from  the pensioner had retired (5.1.47). It may not be out of place to say that  instead of this formula, MOP(DOP) in collusion with MOF(DOE), with the approval of Minister of State, by   subsequent issue of   OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated  03.10.2008, to modify the revised pension computation for mula and to  mean that  “The pension calculated at 50% of the minimum of pay in the band plus grade pay would be calculated (i) at the minimum of the pay in the pay band (irrespective of the pre-revised scale of pay) plus the grade pay corresponding to the pre-revised pay scale.”. This modification meant  reduction in revised pension of  those  who retired  from higher pre revised pay scale but were clubbed together with lower pre revised scale, to create a pay band. This “modification” was not only  “unauthorized”  by the Union Cabinet but was also violative of Article 14 of  the Constitution of  India. The Govt. of  India, in face of so many litigations, vide MOP(DOP) OM dated 28.1.20.13, accepted its mistake and decided to correct the formula  of  revised pension as given in Resolution dated 29.8.2008 but prospectively i. e. from 24.9.2012  onwards but not  from  date of  implementation of  the 6 CPC Report i. e. 1.1.2006. Since the date of  effect is not 1.1.2006.  all the above Judgments  are yet to be COMPLIED AND HENCE  AND HENCE ATLEAST ONE CONTEMPT PETITION IS AT PRESENT UNDER CONSIDERATION OF  THE CAT–PB , NEW DELHI. 

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