Inching towards a momentum:



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Started in 2007 this blog took cudgels against the authorities that be to secure justice to the retiree pensioners from State Bank of India. Mine was a lone voice initially but in course of time it assumed the status of a powerful tool with people thronging to join it with a goal as a mission. Its readership stands at a whopping figure of 2,13,639 spread over 139 countries all over the world. One may raise a question as to what the people outside India can do for pensioners within the country. The answer to this is simple –the voice they raise gets compounded. Their support supplements the strength of the retiree pensioners. James Allen ‘Hinrundine’ of Canada made a fervent appeal supporting the cause of the pensioners through this very blog. He is a great intellectual and thinker hardly ever interested in smaller issues but he is extending his continued good wishes to the movement of Indian pensioners in State Bank. Initially mine was a singular voice unless I was joined later by KR Saini. Disgusted, once I was calling it a day quitting the movement coupled with lack of resources but it was KR Saini who prevailed upon me not to abandon the movement so launched. The readers of this blog are fully aware of the most valuable contribution he is making in regard to generating requisite awareness unraveling the complexities of intricate pension issues. Now that H. Ganapathy, an eminent specialist on pension issues too has joined the move actively providing most rich a feedback on the issues of the pension setting the ball rolling in an effective direction, combatting the hurdles to achieve the tangible outcome has become a close possibility. This is the time for the community of retiree pensioners as a whole not to shy away but to march forward to the ultimate goal that is Victory.

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7 thoughts on “Inching towards a momentum:”

  1. Only through your writtings
    d Public came to know all
    about d pathetic plight of sbi
    pensioners. We are not
    aware how our gratitude has
    to be expressed to you sir and Mr.KR Saini as well as Mr .H.Ganapathy

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  2. IN RESPONSE OF SHRI NEELKANTH’S THIS POST,I HAVE TO COMMENT AS UINDER.—–
    OF LATE WE HAVE BEEN WORKING TOGETHERSINCE 2010 AND EXCHANGING ON VITAL PENSION PENDING ISSUES FREQUENTLY,THOUGH THE GOVERNMENT IS KEEPING DEAF EARAND NOT BOTHERED ABOUT OUR SUFFERINGS.COURT CASES ARE PENDING IN VARIOUS HIGH COURTS AND LARGE NUMBERS OF PETITIONERS/PENSIONERS HAVE ALREADY LEFT FOR HEAVENLY ABODE WAITING FOR CJUSTICE.I JOINED THIS MOVEMENT BECAUSE OF YOUR UNTIRED INVOLVEMENT,IT IS DIFFICULT TO FORGET/UNDERMINE YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS AND SHRI H.GANAPATHY AND OTHER PENSIONERS BUT I STILL SOMETIME MISS WHEN YOU WANTED TO LEAVE THIS MOVEMENT BECAUSE OF AILMENT IN THE FAMILY OR OTHER PROBLEMS.I AM ONE OF CONSIDERD VIEW THAT WE SHOULD CONTINUE OUR SRUGGLE FOR THE CAUSE OF DISPARITIES IN PENSION PAYMENT SPECIALLY IN REGARD TO 5TH AND 7TH BIPARTITE PENSIONERS WHO ARE WORST SUFFERES AT THE HAND OF GOVERNMENT/BANK.YOU WILL RECALL WHEN I WAS PHSICALLY IN U.S.A RECENTLY,MY MIND AND SOUL WAS WITH THE SUFFERINGS OF PENSIONERS.
    WE HAD STARTED THIS MOVEMENT ALONE BUT OVER A PERIOD OF TIME LACS OF PENSIONERS HAVE JOINED US WITHIN AND OUSIDE THE COUNTRIES.I DO NOT KNOW WHETHER WE SHALL BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE THE END GOAL DURING OUR LIFE TIME BUT I AM SURE JUSTICE CANNOT BE DENIED FOR EVER.IT IS ALWAYS BETTER TO HOPE FOR THE BEST.
    K.R.SAINI

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