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Sunday, June 1, 2014

Some developments related to the Armed Forces Tribunal

As many would know, we had taken up the cause of non-implementation of orders rendered by the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) by way of a Public Interest Litigation.

There have been some positive developments in the matter and readers may be interested to read the news-reports on the subject, linked below:





9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good news. Many Thanks and Kudos to untiring efforts of Maj Navdeep

Jai said...

This is a direct outcome of Major Navdeep's efforts. Whether The AFT would actually use these powers is a separate question.

ashuhtos said...

Maj Navdeep,one may not be able to express the feelings in words.One requires conviction to identify the fault lines and then challenge it at appropriate forums till logical conclusion. One can hope that with these powers, AFT directions would be implemented. Regards COL A K SINGH

daler said...

commendable effort ....... i wish our AGs branch had half this initiative and inclination....

Anonymous said...

Finally some teeth to AFT. Hope this changes things.

sherry said...

http://7cpc.india.gov.in/news.html

The Seventh Central Pay Commission has been constituted by the Government on 28 February 2014 to examine various issues relating to emoluments’ structure, retirement benefits and other service conditions of Central Government employees and to make recommendations on the changes required.

For facilitating the above task as mandated by the Commission’s terms of reference a questionnaire has been designed to seek the considered views of all stakeholders. The questionnaire seeks responses on 42 queries grouped under 15 topics. The replies may please be framed in a concise manner, and for each query the length may be limited to the ceiling indicated against the query.

Members of the general public are invited to send their replies online. Organizations/individuals may indicate their names, mailing address, telephone and email as required in the next page, following which they would be directed to the questionnaire.




Extension of last date of submission of Memoranda

The Seventh Central Pay Commission has invited all associations, unions, institutions, other organizations and interested individuals to send memoranda containing their views on the Terms of Reference of the Commission. These memoranda were to be submitted by end of May, 2014, as indicated in the letter dated 29.4.2014/Public Notice that appeared on 4.5.2014.

The Commission has received requests from several quarters that the last date for submission of the memoranda be extended. The matter has been duly considered and it has now been decided by the Commission to extend the last date of submission of memoranda from 31st May, 2014 to 31st July, 2014.

Anonymous said...

Surprising, no comments till today, for this article!! This is such a pathbreaking NEWS with tremendous repurcussions for future. Just that Maj Navdeep gave the LINKS, we are not going thru it, plz go thru it and realise, how FANTASTIC this NEWS is for Armed Forces.Regards Doctor

Js Pandher said...

Dear Maj Navdeep,
Thanks for doing a commendable job.
Regards

Pokar Ram said...

Major Navdeep Sir,

Congratulations for the extra ordinary zeal and enthusiasm for the desired output. May the God belss you !