Pension issues in SBI–an expression:

pensionerMirza Ghalib was, like Keats in English, a poet of romance and had nothing to do with politics or governance but what he wrote impliedly or otherwise applies quite much to the people in general in their life on this earth. An unending wait for the verdict on grievance used to be a valid ground for punishment for delay so caused at the level of the Qazees, the then magistrates in olden times. Much above Paleolithic age, we are greatly civilised a society today claiming to be ultra modern but certain practices like those in Law appear to be not only outmoded but utterly out of date with thousands and thousands of the victims groaning with pain for an awful delay in timely delivering the requisite judgment –for example Pensioners case in State Bank of India where nothing could be done by the courts even after a lapse of decades. This is all brutally callous. Wait and wait till eternity is the scenario. The pangs of pain like Ghalib said as quoted below equally apply to the victim pensioners knowing no end. Possibly a maga revolution is the need:

आह को चाहिए एक उम्र असर होने तक

कौन जीता है तेरी ज़ुल्फ़ के सर होने तक। 

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2 thoughts on “Pension issues in SBI–an expression:

  1. Dr.Devraj panigrahi August 7, 2016 — 4:37 pm

    A nice article on how a suffering comes whether you are just or otherwise. That is what happens with SBI retirees.pity is the live unions overlook a genuine need & allow the neglect to continue.The post if read may change their sincere gratitudes for keeping the issue live.

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    1. So nice that you came out with a meaningful comment on my blog post. I shall love it if you spare a little time to go through my blog posts in general with your scholarly reaction. Hope things are fine at the family level. With love and affection.


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