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19/12

By Express News Service

CUTTACK: Acting tough on non-compliance with an order issued a year ago, the Orissa High Court on Friday directed the State government to hold the current month salary of the Finance Secretary and the Law Secretary if the order is not implemented by December 21.

The Court was hearing a contempt of court petition filed by 81-year-old Mithuram Bhoi seeking intervention against non-compliance with the direction to the government to pay him of actual pension from February 1, 2020 and all arrears by April 1, 2020. The order was issued on December 12, 2019.

Bhoi was appointed as work-charged employee under Hirakud Dam Project in Sambalpur who had retired in 1998. He had moved the High Court in 2016 invoking an order related to work-charged employees in 2000. While disposing of Bhoi’s petition on December 12, 2019, the Court directed the government to regularise his service against any sanctioned post and grant him minimum scale of pay as well as pension and other retirement benefits taking into consideration the period during which he discharged his service as a work-charged employee.

Bhoi had filed the contempt petition when the order was not complied with. The Court had first issued notice seeking reply from the government on November 23. But when the case came up on Friday, the Court found that the government had filed an affidavit taking the plea that the matter requires to be examined and concurred in by the Law/Finance department before obtaining the approval of the government. The State counsel sought more time for compliance of the order.

The division bench of Justice Sanju Panda and Justice SK Panigrahi said, “We direct that if the December 12 order is not complied with by the next date, the salary for the month of December, 2020 of the Law Secretary as well as Finance Secretary of the government will be held up.” The Court has fixed December 21 as next date for hearing on the matter.



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27/11

Dept of Pension has issued consolidated orders on the above subject. These are only old orders. Advantage is that all relevant orders are available as one file now.

Revison-orders-consoliodated.docx

24/11

Central Govt. Pensioners can submit Life Certificate for this year till 28-2-2021.

Do it conveniently. Don't rush. Stay Home. Stay safe.

Nobody knows how the situation will emerge in December or January.

20/11

AS PER DPE ORDERS ISSUED ON 19-11-2020

Additional installments of nearness Allowance payable to Employees of Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) drawing pay as per 2017, 2007, 1997, 1992 & 1987 IDA pay revision guidelines, due from 01.10.2020 shall not be paid.

The additional installments of Dearness Allowances due from 01.01.2021 & 01.04.2021, shall also not be paid. However, Dearness Allowance at current rates (w.e.f. 01.07.2020) will continue to be paid.

As and when the decision to release the future installment of Dearness Allowance due from 01.07.2021 is taken by the Government, the rates of Dearness Allowance as effective from 01.10.2020, 01.01.2021 & 01.04.2021 will be restored prospectively and will be subsumed in the cumulative revised rate effective from 01.07.2021.

No arrears for the period from 01.10.2020 till 30.06.2021 shall be paid

19-nov-2020-reg-freezing-da-rates-for-ida-pay-scales-2.pdf


10/11

CHQ calls upon the Circles and Districts to extend solidarity support to the Strike by central Government Employees on 26th November 2020.

Form of solidarity can be decided locally depending upon the local conditions prevailing particularly due to Covid19....

.... ...... ...... ..... P Gangadhara Rao, General Secretary.

01/11

C.G.H.S. – Consultation from Specialists at CGHS empanelled hospitals in respect of CGHS beneficiaries aged 75 years and above

31.10.2020-consultation_75_plus.pdf

29/10

CHQ TAKES UP WITH THE MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT


TO REVIEW AND RESCIND THE DECISION


LETTER TO MINISTER: letter-on-cpi-base-year.pdf