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September 30, 2013 at 5:34 pm #78756
You have really asked an intriguing question. This judgment is perhaps out come of a British mind set when the country had attained freedom barely 7 years ago in 1947. The English people used to then ask the Indian employees the same question. Then govt. employees used to be treated as the employees of a slave country. However, those days in judiciary as well as in administration have gone. In 1954, the Constitution of India was only 4 years old. Since then the Constitution of India has undergone many changes. Many watchdogs and NGOs have surfaced on the Indian socio political screen to protect the Constitution. The Supreme Court judges who were once upon invincible forces have been impeached. Now the judges have to declare their assets which was an imaginable in the 50s. In the same spirit, we should see that the deprivation of the state government employees by the employers. None of the political leaders has ever paid from his pocket to any of the government employees in distress. Now the time has completely changed. The heavyweight leaders like Laloo Prasad Yadav are languishing in jail. I believe that in a changed situation and for protection of right to life of the state government employees, when state has failed, the employees should come forward to protect their own rights. I’m happy that my post on this site has been given importance. I want extensive debate over the matter and after careful study of the subject intend to catch the bull by its horns. Let’s see what emerges out of this healthy debate. I again repeat that this debate is not to heckle the government but to let it feel that the state government employees have a right to life as the employees of the other governments.October 8, 2013 at 9:10 pm #78791
I agree adil.December 18, 2014 at 5:42 am #80092
In any case either you loose or win. What is harm if there is a collective effort to solve by approaching the Courts? After all Govt. is perhaps not going to oblige. However, if you are a blind musician or handicapped shilpi etc… etc…. then you can expect land in Raharhat and hefty amount on account of cultural issues.
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