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.