Pension issues in SBI–What a mockery even at the judicial level?



Image result for judicial systemReaders might be going through the updates being made by KR Saini, an expert on pension issues, pending with different courts of the country including the main one at the level of Delhi High Court where the case is being listed for hearing on day to day basis. Listed means nothing beyond listing it though it was specifically for the purpose of quick disposal on urgency footing. What is practically happening is that the case is eliciting only a treatment of a material in the waste paper basket without paying any heed to the merit and urgency aspect of it. Thanks to Shri KR Saini who indefatigably is trying sky and earth by issuing plenty of literature on pension issues for awareness of the readers, retirees,  pensioners from State Bank of India and others interested in the issues directly or indirectly. Today was the date as a routine serial in Delhi High Court but this again is carried over for tomorrow and what is more likely is that even tomorrows date meets the same fate –a deferment to day after tomorrow and so onwards. Pensioners all over the country are brazenly disheartened and the tragedy is that all channels in governance are not prepared to listen to the cries of pain as from the retirees as if they are not the bonafide citizens of the country. Any way my appeal to the aggrieved pensioners is not to abandon patience and courage sticking to the conviction that these cries will not go a waste but compel the deaf ears of the powers that be to be receptive to their grievances. They must emerge as victors if not today definitely in days to come.

  • KR Saini’s important narrative on the issues of the pension follows:
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11 thoughts on “Pension issues in SBI–What a mockery even at the judicial level?”

  1. Respected Sir
    Is there no other way to get justice ? In my opinion pensioners should go before the court or the Government to sit patiently on AMARAN ANSHAN till the demand is not fulfill.

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  2. TO SUCCEED,YOU MUST HAVE TREMENDSOUS PRESEVERANCE,TREMENDOUS WILL.HAVE THAT SORT OF ENERGY,THAT SORT OF WILL,WORK HARD FOR ACIEVING THE GOAL AND YOU WILL REACH THE GOAL.NEVER MIND FALURES,THEY ARE QUITE NATURAL,THEY ARE THE BEUTY OF LIFE-THESE FALURES.WHAT WOULD LIFE WITHOUT THEM?AS SUCH DO NOT LOOSE HEART AND HOPE FOR THE BEST.
    K.R.SAINI

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  3. When supreme court advised Delhi high court to decide the case within six months, why our advocate not approached the supreme court with contempt petition for not finalising the case within the stipuaated time.Why our advocate didnot bring to the notice of the High court how many reitirees have died since begining of the court case and all pensioners are senior citizens of the country and why no proirty is give n to senior citizens case.

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    1. Delhi High Court has no respect for the Supreme Court, the higher court of the country .that is why the case 1875 is being listed daily and there is no response from any side. We should go to Jantar Mantar Delhi on hunger strike till death, until the decision of the case. I offer my services for the same as I have crossed 70 years and there is no hope there will be ant decision on this case till my pending life.So I must sacrifice myself for the sake of my pensioners.
      Rajkumarnegi

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      1. Great. Your expressions are praiseworthy.If such a spirit pervades at the pensioners level in general there is no doubt that our mission succeeds. My sincere thanks

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      2. Sir, to me it appears it is your advocate who has defaulted by not pressing for a hearing when the case comes up before the Hon’ble judge. Yes, it is the bank which is the villain in denying the rights of pensioners and dragging litigatio for a number of years by filing ONFRUCTUOUS LITIGATION’. Even when there is no scope for filing such petitions the obvious intention is crystal clear – delay the decision and the litigant will die and so will the case! In my case, I have incurred the wrath of the corrupt Regional Manager at that time, in 1983 by being firm in my stand not to give further loans to two borrowers who were being sponsored by a DMD at the time throught this scamp. Result is I was suspended on false charges in 1987 after an earlier attempt to involve me in a false case failed in 1985. I was acquitted by CBI court in 1990 but bank did not reinstate me nor did they issue a charge sheet to me 4 years after my suspension! The enquiry was conducted in flagrant violation of Rules and ethics – bank tampered with documents summoned by defense and in one instance, PO lied to EO that documents summoned by defense were denied by custodians whereas HE HAD ACTUALLY COLLECTED THEM AGAINST HIS OWN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT from the said custodian. I had reported the violations by EO & PO to Disciplinary Authority in my defense brief but they were ignored and I was ‘removed from service’ in Nov 1996. Bank refused to pay PF, Pension & Gratuity to me unless the writ filed by me was withdrawn! The Hon’ble A.P. High Court had ruled that service ebenfits should be paid and pension also as per eligibility. Bank’s appeal against order to pay Penion to me was dismissed by Division Bench. Bank appealed to Supreme Court though the legal position is clearly in my favour. What does it prove?

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  4. DEAR NEGI,I AM SADDENED TO READ YOUR THIS COMMENT, MY APPEAL TO YOU NOT TO ABONDON PATIENCE AND LOOSE HEART.YOU MUST EMERGE AS VICTOR ONE DAY.HAVE FAITH,FAITH,FAITH IN YOURSELF,FAITH IN GOD–THIS IS THE SECRET OF YOUR GREATNESS,FAITH IN YOURSELF AND STAND THAT FAITH AND BE STRONG.TO SUCCEED,YOU MUST HAVE TREMONDOUS PERSERVENCE AND TREMONDOUS WILL.HAVE THAT SORT OF ENERGY,THAT SORT OFWILL.AS SUCH SUGGESTSOME ALTERNATIVE METHOD AND I HOPE YOU WILL REACH THE GOAL.
    K.R.SAINI
    P.S–KINDLY NEVER THINK OF THIS TYPE OF SACRIFICE, I ALWAYS WITH YOU AS YOU ARE A SOURCE OF ENCOURAGEMENT TO ALL PENSIONERS.
    K.R.SAINI

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  5. Respected Saini Sahib,
    Thanks for the valuable and nice advise .I have just given my own thinking on the judiciary ,as supreme court is not monitoring the progress of Delhi high court..and the readers of this blog has ALSO NOT COMING FORWARD for the comments except you and a few others, all other pensioners are loosing the respect for the judiciary.
    Rajkumarnegi

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  6. MY DEAR NEGI,NEVER MIND FAILURES,THEY ARE QUITE NATURAL,THEY ARE BEAUTY OF LIFE–THESE FAILURES.WHAT WOULD LIFE BE WITHOUT THEM?IT WOULD NOT BE WORTH HAVING IF IT WERE NOT FOR STRUGGLES.NEVER MIND THE STRUGGLES,THE MISTAKES.SO NEVER MIND THESE FAILURES THESE LITTLE BACKSIDINGS,HOLD THE IDEAL A THOUSAND TIMES,AND IFYOU FAIL A THOUSAND TIMES,MAKE THE ATTEMPT ONCE MORE.TAKE THE EXAMPLE OF MYSELF AS YOU KNOW EVERY BODY STOP TO REPLY MYCOMMENTS DESPITE MYREPEATED REQUESTS FOR FEEDBACK ON MY COMMENTS EVEN THEN I HAVE NOT LOOSE MY HEART.ALWAYS HOPE FOR THE BEST.
    K.R.SAINI

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