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Full Pension for Pre-2006 Pensioners with 20 Years of Service – Govt agrees

Full Pension for Pre-2006 Pensioners with 20 Years of Service – Govt agrees for implementing orders of CAT within one month

Full Pension of Pre-2006 pensionersPre-2006 Pensioners with less than 33 years of service are vehemently fighting for payment of full pension since 6th Pay Commission has allowed full pension for Central Government Employees with 20 years of service above, who retires after 2006. Many pre-2006 pensioners had sought legal remedy in this issue.

In one of such cases, Government has agreed to implement the judgement of the CAT within one month for grant of full Pension to Pre 2006 Pensioners who retired after 10 years of service on superannuation or 20 years of service on Voluntary retirement or absorption in PSU. This commitment was given by the Government Advocate in CAT PB New Delhi during the hearing of the Contempt of Court Case filed by Shri Pratap Narayan & others -vs – Union of India.

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Full Pension on 20 Years Service for Pre 2006 Pensioners – CAT Judgement

 

The text of the decision of CAT in this case is as follows

Central Administrative Tribunal, Principal Bench,

61/35, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi

ORDER SHEET

COURT NO. : 1 16/02/2016 C.P./229/2015

O.A./655/2010 M.A./930/2015

C.P./269/2015

C.P./270/2015

C.P./271/2015

C.P./272/2015

C.P./273/2015

C.P./274/2015

M.A./931/2015

M.A./3848/2014

M.A./3858/2014

M.A./3201/2014

M.A./3184/2014

M.A./2381/2014

M.A./3857/2014

M.A./194/2015

C.P./106/2015

MAHESH CHANDER KAPOOR

IN C.G.SAG(S-29) PENSIONERS ASSO. –

V/S

SH ALOK RAWAT ITEM NO:18 FOR APPLICANTS(S) Adv. : Mr. S.K. Malik

FOR RESPONDENTS(S) Adv.: Mr. DS Mahendru and Mr. Rajesh Katyal

Notes of The Registry – Order of The Tribunal

Mr. D.S. Mahendru, learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondents, states that the compliance affidavit would be filed within a period of four weeks. As prayed, list the case on 31.03.2016.

(DR. BIRENDRA KUMAR SINHA) MEMBER (A)

( JUSTICE SYED RAFAT ALAM) CHAIRMAN

Source: RSCWS

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