Government’s rejection of Option 1 (Based on Increment Method) of 7th CPC has been challenged by the Central Government SAG (S-29) Pensioners Association: OA Filed in CAT (PB) New Delhi
The Governments’ rejection of option 1 (based on Increments Method), recommended by the 7th CPC in Para 10.1.67 of its Report, has been challenged by the Central Govt SAG(S-29) Pensioners Association in an OA (Original Application) filed by them before the CAT(PB) New Delhi.
Notice has been issued to UOI and the next date has been fixed on 27th July, 2018.This is the first such case to be filed on this issue.
It may be mentioned that this Association had played a pioneering role, right up to the Supreme Court, in restoring of modified parity recommended by the Sixth Pay Commission and accepted by the Govt. at first but later on unjustly denied for fixation of the minimum pension of pre-2006 pensioners at minimum of the Pay in the Pay Band plus Grade Pay thereon corresponding to the Pay Scale from which the Pensioner had retired. This case had benefitted a very large number of Pre-2006 Pensioners.
NP Mohan, Chairman, RSCWS