Compassion is a factor that need not be chained with rigid stipulations nor it can be rendered redundant simply because it doesn’t suit the people who count at the other end. Emerge as it does on a note of humanity and kindness, this has to be taken as such only sans any prejudice for any reason whatsoever. The guidelines prescribed for the purpose include that appointments on the basis of compassion are to be made only within 5% of the overall vacancies available. This sounds ridiculous as once compassion is viewed as such why should there be any need to link it up with the overall vacancies. This clause provides the employers a tool to say no to the otherwise eligible spouse/dependents. What is peremptorily warranted is to scrap such a clause treating compassion as compassion without any riders that may act detrimental to the interest of a large number of genuinely needy ones.
|An important news flash:
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT THE PROCEEDINGS DATED 25.09.2014 IN RESPECT OF COURT CASES ON PENSION ISSUES—–
ARGUMENTS HEARD IN PART LIST ON 14TH OCTOBER 2014,
S RAVINDRA BHAT JUSTICE
VIPIN SANGHI JUSTICE
ADVISED BY K.R SAINI