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  • Thursday, 20 December 2012

    LIC PENSIONERS CASE LATEST SUPREME COURT ORDER

    ITEM NO.3               COURT NO.4             SECTION XV
                S U P R E M E   C O U R T   O F   I N D I A
                             RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS
                        
    IA  No.3  In  Petition(s)  for  Special  Leave  to  Appeal  (Civil)
    No(s).29956-29957/2011
    L.I.C.                                            Petitioner(s)
                     VERSUS
    KRISHNA MURARI LAL ASTHANA & ORS. ETC.            Respondent(s)
    (With appln(s) for clarification and office report)
    Date: 17/10/2012  This I.A. was called on for hearing today.
    CORAM :
            HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE G.S. SINGHVI
            HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE SUDHANSU JYOTI MUKHOPADHAYA
    For Petitioner(s) Dr.A.M.Singhvi, Sr.Adv.
     Mr.Parag P.Tripathy, Sr.Adv.
                         Mr. Ashok Panigrahi, Adv.
     Mr.Surajit Bhaduri, Adv.
    For Respondent(s)/ Mr.Amarendra Sharan, Sr.Adv.
    Applicant Mr.R.K.Singh, Adv.
     Mr.Kumar Gaurav, Adv.
                         Mr. Rameshwar Prasad Goyal, Adv.
     Mr.Aakash D.Pratap, Adv.
     Ms.Vimla Sinha, Adv.
     Ms.Sushma Suri, A.O.R.
               UPON hearing counsel the Court made the following
                                   O R D E R 
    I.A.No.3 of 2012 In SLP(C)No.29957 of 2011
    This  is  an  application  by  the  respondent  for
    clarification of order dated 14.11.2011.
    We  have  heard  Shri  Amarendra  Sharan,  learned  senior
    counsel  for  the  applicant  and  Dr.A.M.Singhvi,  learned  senior
    counsel for the SLP-petitioner and are satisfied that order dated2
    14.11.2011 needs to be clarified so that neither party may remain
    under  a  mistaken  impression  about  the  purport  of  this  Court's
    order.
    In  view  of  the  above,  paragraph  3  of  order  dated
    14.11.2011 is substituted with the following:
    "In  the  meanwhile,  the  proceedings  pending
    before the High Court under the Contempt of Courts
    Act,  1971  shall  remain  stayed  subject  to  the
    condition that within eight weeks from today, the
    petitioner  shall  deposit  in  the  Registry  of  the
    High Court the amount due to the pensioners i.e.
    the writ petitioners with effect from the date of
    their eligibiity to get retiral benefits."
    I.A. No.3 of 2012 is disposed of in the manner indicated 
    above.
    As a sequel to disposal of I.A.No.3 of 2012, I.A.No.4 of
    2012 in I.A.No.3 of 2012 in SLP(C)No.29957 of 2011 is also disposed
    of. 
        (Satish K.Yadav)          (Phoolan Wati Arora)
          Court Master            Court Master

    4 comments :

    1. I am a SVRS OPTED employee of GIC on 31.03.2003 want to know the benifits after the dismissal of the case by supreme court

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    2. Dear Sir,
      If Mr. Asthana's case is dismissed by supreme court,the LIC pensioners pension will be updated after every pay revision.Once this is implemented in LIC ,GIC also will be compelled to follow this since both are under department of financial service,Ministry of finance.

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    3. Dear sir,
      My Father Late Sri V Gopalan served lic of india from 1958 to 1981.He resigned his job in the year 1981, .He died in the year 2002. i have all the papers related to my fathers service with LIC. My mother is alive. Is there any chance that she can pension?

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    4. My Father Late Sri V Gopalan has served LIC of India from 1958 to 1981.He resigned his job in the year 1981.He died in the year 2002. My mother is alive. Is there any chance that she can claim Pension from LIC of india? Anyone please clarify.

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