After Supreme Court of India’s decision to refer the Pension issue to New Delhi High Court on the 27th of the last month, there is a volley of queries and suggestions from all the quarters in regard to the necessary follow up in the matter. The Supreme Court has given four months time to New Delhi High Court to dispose off the case. Cases of, more or less, the same nature are pending before Kerala High Court and also Chennai High Court with varying stages and merits. There are opinions that the case be tried afresh by filing altogether a new petition. Some say that there should be more of a concentration on Kerala High Court, and there are some who look to Delhi High Court feasibly as a more convenient point from a follow up angle. There are yet some who prefer to wait and watch based on what has been ordered by the Supreme Court of India. In fact there is an apprehension that running from one court to another helter-skelter is all likely to result into a chaotic confusion landing the pensioners no where. Better would be for the present to wait for the outcome as from New Delhi High Court and further modus operandi in the matter can be decided depending on what finally emerges.
There are people like K.R. Saini and Raj Kumar Negi who are contributing their utmost in the matter of pension through this very blog of mine as they are duly permitted to contribute and exchange their views via their comments and fresh write-ups. There are several others who are doing much to lend their support on pensioners cause. The readers being mostly the retirees and the pensioners can very well depend on their views and advices. Necessary campaign on the issue warrants a concerted sort of a massive mobilisation from all the quarters, and it may elicit some fruitful outcome some day or the other.