. FLASH !!! DEPT APPEAL OF SUBRAMANYAM CASE ON 5400 TO ACP INSPECTORS' DISMISSED BY APEX COURT News from Delhi...

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It is to clarify that the Time Scale of 5400 in PB2 is required to be given to Group B officers after 4 years from the date there are placed in GP 4800 either on ACP/MACP or on promotion.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Dear Comrades
Please generously contribute to the cause of GP 5400 to ACP Inspectors. I myself along with another 12 members filed an OA in CAT Hyderabad with OA No.1051 in September,2010. So far the dept. has not filed its counter. Repeatedly adjournments are being taken by the Departmental Counsel. In spite of spending hefty amounts for this OA, I have contributed and today transferred an amount of Rs.1000/- into our AICEIA A/C.No. 800171737 INDIAN BANK, FAIRLIE PLACE, CALCUTTA, WEST BENGAL for the purpose of taking up the issue of Sri. M.Subramanyamm (Now Supdt) in Supreme Court of India. I request the entire fraternity to contribute similarly what ever the amount they can.  

P.Vigneshwar Raju
http://hyderabadcustoms.blogspot.com

Letter from our Ex- Secy Salem Branch

Dear Koushik, Arun & friends,

Firstly wish you and all a very happy, prosperous and successful new year 2011 for our Inspectors Association. Read your Circular 9/2010 as the subject of NFSG is discussed I would share the following few lines with you and our circle/branches.

I would thank you and Com. Arun for the proactive stand and support you have taken to present before Member (P&V) not to go on appeal against the High Court of Madras order WP 13225/2010. I was very impressed to receive even the Vakalat from Com. Arun for filing CAVEAT before the Supreme Court. Circles/Branches kindly note that only if we are filing CAVEAT with the Supreme Court the Court would not stay the favourable order we have obtained without obtaining our views/counter. So the Association has taken the right step in filing CAVEAT. But Circles/Branches should be aware of the cost of legal battle and that is why I have from appealing in the High Court itself repeating that beyond HighCourt stage I cannot proceed the fight on my own resources. As enquired with the counsels, it would take Rs. 50000- to pay the counsel for each time the case comes up before Supreme Court. I have received many mails as well as felicitations through the Association's blog and I could understand the members interest in fighting out the case to the end if the Department is not acceding to our request not to file appeal. Contribution from members itself would not be a problem and if properly presented we could very well mobilise the required fund. I myself would contribute Rs. 1000- for this cause to startwith and hope all our circles/branches would also contribute liberally to this cause. With atleast 5000 members in our fold a contribution of Rs. 100- to Rs. 200- per member would suffice to meet our requirement to fight out this case in Supreme Court.

With regards

M. Subramaniam
now Superintendent of Central Excise,
Karur Division, Trichy Comm'rate