Last Updated on 05-Jun-2024


Dear Comrades,
Our Counsel, MS Gauri, has suggested filing of a Caveat in Supreme Court. This Caveat is to ensure that Supreme Court does not pass any ex parte order to stay the interim Order of Delhi High Court dated 31st May, 24, should DOT prefer an SLP against the interim order of Delhi High Court.


Status of Pension Revision in Hon. Delhi High Court
Hon. High Court of Delhi outrightly dismissed both the applications for Grant of stay on Contempt Petitions and cost of Rs. 10,000/ per Petition imposed on DoT for approaching Hon. High Court on last day before vacations even though DoT has sufficient time to approach High Court
GS SNPWA and CHQ Vice president, Com D.C. Sharma were present during hearing.
Message from our Counsel:
Dear Sir,
The Writ Petitions in the Pension Revision matters were listed today i.e. 31.05.2024 as Item No. 16 & 18 (along with the connected matter at item no. 17) before Hon'ble Justice Rekha Palli and Hon'ble Justice Saurabh Banerjee at the Delhi High Court. Mr. Kirtiman Singh appeared on behalf of the Petitioner/DOT. Mr. Rajshekhar Rao, Senior Advocate, briefed by Ms. Puri, appeared on behalf of the Respondents.
DOT had filed applications seeking stay of the contempt proceedings before the Hon'ble Central Administrative Tribunal, Principal Bench as well as early hearing of the Writ Petitions before the Hon'ble Delhi High Court. However, the Hon'ble Bench dismissed the said applications with costs of Rs. 10,000/- for each application payable to the High Court staff basis their observation that the Petitioner could have approached the Hon'ble Court any time after the Order dated 05.04.2024 but instead has approached the Court in a delayed manner in the end of May after one month has passed since the Order in the contempt proceedings as well. The request for an early date was also not granted since the Writ Petitions are already listed for hearing on 12.07.2024.
- Aditi Gupta, Advocates


Orders issued by DOP & PW directing all ministries to enhance gratuity from existing Rs Twenty lakhs to Twenty five lakhs wef 1.1 2024.


GS SNPWA Writes to Shri Neeraj Mittal, Secretary (Telecom.), urging upon him to expeditiously implement the orders of Ministry of Labour and Employment which clearly envisage that GRATUITY of all those having retired on or after 1.1.2024 be enhanced from existing Rs Twenty lakhs to Twenty five lakhs consequent upon crossing of DA beyond 50%


DoP and PW instructions on implementation of recommendations on 7th CPC

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