Law is blind as is the common saying and this version is mostly used to (1) emphasise that it doesn’t favour any body and that (2) it turns a blind eye even to the otherwise most genuine cases irrespective of the merit. Pension issues in State Bank of India are pending disposal by different courts of the country, currently with Delhi High Court, besides the Government of India but even date after date being listed, the outcome was zero. It too looks like a hoax that different dates were fixed up on day to day basis but hearing wise it came out as a barren result. Now that the relative Bench is changed tentatively listing the next date of hearing and the concerned petitioners feel frustrated realising that, like till now, nothing tangible is to emerge. KR Saini’s message released for our NEWSPAGE is reproduced here:
AS PER WEB SITE OF DELHI HIGH COURT,THE ORDER DATED 28.07.2016 IN RESPECT OF OUR COURT CASE NO W.P(C)1875/2013 IS AS UNDER————
”THE HON’BLE DIVISION BENCH DID NOT ASSEMBLE AS HON’BLE MS JUSTICE GITA MITTAL IS ON LEAVE TODAY.
RENOTIFY ON 12TH AUGUST,2016
JULY28,2016 BY ORDER
THIS MEANS DELHI HIGH COURT HAS NOT CHANGED YET THE DATE OF HEARING AS 26.08.2016 OF THE ABOVE NOTED COURT CASE..