May be pension issues don’t interest all:


I am aware that there are many a readers, particularly those interested in serious reading, who don’t receive my posts on pension issues in State Bank of India with much of enthusiasm as they don’t  relate to them directly and are not that compatible to their frame of mind notwithstanding the fact some of them have sumptuously contributed their thoughts on pension issues in SBI with two of them James Allen ‘hirundine’ and Soumya Vilekar directly addressing necessary representation on behalf of the pensioners to the Chairperson of State Bank of India making out a strong case in support of the pensioners. There are yet others, themselves non pensioners only, who supported the pensioners case in SBI. Such instances apart, there are several readers having their reservations as to why pensioners issue should be a over riding factor compromising other material academically more requisite. Those who have gone through the annual report of this blog published by WordPress might have noticed that pension issues got the utmost coverage in it with biggest readership, and that is factually correct as coverage on pension issues in SBI is being pursued by this blog as matter of a mission with a cause, a cause directed to the welfare of the retirees from a giant public undertaking like State Bank of India. The readers are beseeched  to peruse the contents on these issues in this blog with a missionary spirit without taking them casually or indifferently and this shall be a great service of theirs to the needy contributing their might to the service of the aggrieved ones. I have all along been grateful to my readers for richly patronizing this blog on different topics and I look forward to them with the hope that such a patronage shall not lag behind equally in the matters of pension issue.

46 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. hirundine608
    Jan 22, 2014 @ 01:21:19

    It is a social issue, that even non-pensioners should follow. While i personally do not follow every nuance of the issue. It can sene how the justice courts appear to be complicate. Other readers that are not pensioners with SBI. Might remember that injustices that basically rob the “working stiff” of their rights. Just allow other corporate barons to do similar denials toward their workers who reach retirement age.

    Pensioners, like handicapped, are marginalized in society. For the option to withhold labour as a means to recoup wages, is gone. Pensioners are cast adrift, by those of working age. Until they too, look around and find themselves accounted too old to work.

    Politicians, on the other hand. Their first order of business is to remunerate themselves. Gold-plated pensions. For little service, are foisted on tax-payers. Backed up by those bank owners who would deny their own workers. For the one group who could reign in those corporate shenanigans, the politicians. Fade into the sunset with their loot.

    Recently watched a Hindi film titled OMG. The satire of the situation had the protagonist suing God. Aided and abetted by the almighty, over those running the temples. Very humorous.

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  2. mysonnets
    Jan 22, 2014 @ 07:32:20

    VERY IMPORTANT AND NOTICEABLE, SIR

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  3. d n sharma
    Jan 22, 2014 @ 10:21:25

    Sir, your sincere and dedicated efforts for pension is highly appreciable. All retired persons are passing though a very tough time physically as well as financially. your effort will certainly bring relief to them.

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  4. Aviral
    Jan 22, 2014 @ 13:42:58

    Very important information, Sir

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  5. KESHAV RAI SAINI
    Jan 22, 2014 @ 14:49:23

    SHRI NEELKANTH JI,YOUR ABOVE NOTED WRITE UP DATED 22ND JANUARY 2014, SOUNDS PESSIMISTIC,BUT THIS THE SEENARIO AFTER ALL IS OBTAINING FOR THE RESON THAT EVEN AFTER A CONTINUE STUGGLE GOIUNG ON FOR THE LAST 25 YEARS TANGIBLE ACHEIVEMENT IS NOT IN SIGHT.THE NON ACHIEVEMENT OF THE GOALS DUE TO THE FOLLOWING FACTORS.(A)VARIOUS DIFFERENT HIGH COURTS HAD GIVEN VERDICTS IN FAVOUR OF THE 7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES,BUT THESE ARE NOT IMPLEMENTED BY THE BANK/GOVERNMENT,BUT ARE CONTESTED BY SBI/GOVERNMENT AND NOTHING HAS SO FAR GIVEN TO THE RETIREES.THE FATE OF THESE COURT CASES ARE STILL UNCETAIN AND MAY BE DECISION BE NOT FORTHCOMING DURING THE LIFE TIME OF RETIREES DUE TO THEIR ADVANCED AGE.(B)COMPLETE DENIAL MADE BY THE GOVERNMENT AS THE GOVERNMENT WAS NOT IN FAVOUR OF GIVING ANY BENEFIT TO SBI RETIREES.(C)DESPITE THE PETITIONERS(PENSIONERS) BEING SENIOR CITIZENS,THE JUDICIARY IS NOT DECIDING THE VARIOUS PENDING CASES BUT ARE GIVING FREQUENT ADJOURNMENTS ADMITTING PLEAS BOF RESPONDENTS(BANK/GOVERNMENT).HOWEVER,IT IS BALWAYS BETTER TO HOPE FOR THE BEST.K.R SAINI

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    • neelkanth
      Jan 23, 2014 @ 06:38:18

      You have pointed out correctly that the post in question is somewhat on a pessimistic note, the basic idea was to draw more of the attention of the people from awareness angle. The feedbacks given by you all these days are of utmost importance and they are well receiving the attention of the people concerned. I only wish that some day the efforts you are so indefatigably making do assume a physical shape. My sincere thanks for your endeavours.

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  6. bndubey
    Jan 22, 2014 @ 16:24:39

    Sir… The pension issue under reference in SBI have a great importance as those stalwarts toiled to make SBI a premier bank are adversely affected. They put their services at stake to get all the facilities prevailing today. Every one belonging to banking industry has a moral responsibility to make every effort for those who have created milestones for the next generations. Your this blog is relentlessly highlighting the issue and efforts made by Shri K.R.Saini and others.

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  7. cmkapoor
    Jan 22, 2014 @ 17:18:10

    Sir, correctly said, that as most of new pensioners who has retired after last wage revision are not taking interest as they are getting sufficient pension in comparison of the pensioners retired 10 to 15 years back. But they don’t think that in case they will not join this move tomorrow their fate will also be the same and the pension for the employees retiring after next wage revision may be revised leaving them less paid. It should be thought by all pensioners, and this move must be joined by all.

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    • neelkanth
      Jan 23, 2014 @ 06:46:36

      You have well realised the real problem but once concerted efforts made by all jointly materialise this shall be most happy a day for all. My thanks with affection.

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  8. Shubham Srivastava
    Jan 22, 2014 @ 19:10:10

    Sir we generally discuss vicissitudes of life via your blogs and this pension issue is one of the major part of our discussion and thoughts sharing.
    I personally take it with same enthusiasm as while perusing literature of other topics hoping,that the crusaders avail support and strength for their cause.

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  9. shyammohanmisra
    Jan 23, 2014 @ 06:54:22

    Very important.

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  10. Raj Kumar Negi
    Jan 23, 2014 @ 14:05:20

    Sir, we are thankful to sh neelkanth ji for the blog on pension in State Bank Of India.Many readers have commented in a nice way and much has been written on this topic,but so far no result from the Govt/R.B.I. Pensioners Federation /Finance Minister/I.B.A. or Officers Association/Federation or Award staff Federation.I feel there was no confusion in 6th Bipartite and every thing was going on well, but as the inflation rate went high ,the Govt issued the 6th Pay commission with the result there was a big gap in between the Central /state Govt pensioners and the Bank Pensioners, after 6th bipartite in banking the real problem started in the pension for the retired Bank pensioners .I feel it was the duty of the Office bearers of officers federation and award staff federation to calculate the real problem of the Bank pensioners. The leaders only enjoyed the Air travel and Five star hotel culture,for their own self, or they leaders were not so wise to imagine the agony ahead in pension. The real difference in pension is from the 7th bipartite , The Finance-minister was P chidambaram ,who is also at present the finance-minister,and this is the reason our court cases are not decided as per norms of the court.There was a strike in the State Bank Of India ,and our finance-minister was the main person to withdraw all the Govt business from the State Bank Of India,in that pressure the 7th bipartite was signed and after that the Govt did not listen to the bankers Thanks sir. Please share the loss with us as we are waiting the increase in pension for the last 12 to 15 years .

    Rajkumarnegi

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  11. veepee45
    Jan 26, 2014 @ 14:11:06

    I agree with the views of bndubey.

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  12. KESHAV RAI SAINI
    Jan 27, 2014 @ 04:52:29

    .SHRI NEELKANTH JI,YOUR ALL BLOGS ARE VERY USEFUL FOR THE SBI PENSIONERS.I AIM TRYING TO REPLY EACH COMMENTS OF THE SBI PENSIONERS.ALTHOUGH I HAVE ALREADY COMMENTED ON YOUR THIS POST,,MAY BE PENSION ISSUES DO NOT INTEREST ALL,,I HAVE WRITTEN THREE REASONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS SITUATION.NOW I WILL TELL YOU WHY INTEREST ON PENSION ISSUES ARE DECREASING DAY BY DAY & HOW THIS SITUATION.I ELABORATE THE FIRST REASON THAT ALL THE PENSIONERS ARE DEPENDENT ON THE JUSTICE FROM THE COURTS.AS YOU ARE AWARE THAT MADRAS HIGH COURT HAD PRONOUNCED VERDICT IN FAVOUR OF 7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES ON 16.10.2008.YOU WILL BE SURPRISED TO NOTE THIS COURT CASE WAS FILED BY 119 PENSIONERS(7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES) IN 2001 & DECIDED IN 2008 BY A SINGLE JUDGE..ANOTHER BATCH OF PETITIONERS ALSO FILED A CASE IN THE SAME MADRAS HIGH COURT,BUT DECIDED BY THE SAME HIGH COURT AGAINST THE PENSIONERS IN 2010.,NOW ALL THESE WRIT PETITIONS WHETHER IN FAVOUR OR AGAINST THE PENSIONERS(7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES),BANK IS CONTESTING IN THE SUPREME COURT BY TRANSFERRING THESE CASES TO DELHI HIGH COURT.AT PRESENT NO BENCH HAS BEEN APPOINTED BY THE SUPREME COURT,NOTICES TO PETITIONERS(PENSIONERS)HAVE NOT BEEN COMPLETED SO FAR.MEANWHILE SUPREME COURT HAS STAYED THE JUDGMENTS OF MADRAS HIGH COURT.I HAVE WRITTEN THIS BECAUSE THERE IS LESS HOPE IN FAVOUR OF 7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES AFTER 15 YEARS OF STRUGGLE.SIMILARLY COURT ADJOURNMENTS IN THE CASE OF PREM VATI BAGGA & OTHER V/S UOI & OTHERS AFTER 12 YEARS BEFORE A SINGLE JUDGE.DESPITE THE PETITIONERS BEING SENIOR CITIZENS,THE JUDICIARY IS NOT DECIDING THE VARIOUS CASES BUT ARE GIVING FREQUENT ADJOURNMENT ADMITTING THE PLEAS OF BANK/GOVERNMENT.K.R SAINI

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    • neelkanth
      Jan 27, 2014 @ 05:27:41

      My thanks. In fact generation of the requisite awareness amongst the readers is the biggest tool in the interest of the pensioners to raise their voice in most audible a measure and if we lack on that count every thing flops. You are contributing your best in that direction and are supposed to yet keep it up as such for more of the time to come. My post in question is directed to all others besides the retirees as we need their sympathy and support. Possibly we have still to continue necessary efforts in a bigger manner.

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  13. Aviral
    Feb 03, 2014 @ 07:32:19

    Superb sir

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  15. deepti
    Feb 08, 2014 @ 14:17:56

    very nice sir,

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