Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Judicial Staff PIL : Govt. asked to file affidavit.

The Patna high court on Monday gave a week’s time to the state government to file a counter affidavit to a PIL of Bihar Civil Courts’ Employees’ Association for implementation of the Shetty Commission recommendation to enhance the salary of the employees of the civil courts in the state.

A division bench comprising Chief Justice Rekha Manharlal Doshit and Justice Shiva Kirti Singh heard petitioner’s counsel Y V Giri who submitted that the Supreme Court had already made it clear that the employees of the civil courts should also be given the salary enhancement as per the Shetty Commission recommendation.

The civil court employees in a representation to the Patna HC Chief Justice about a year back sought enhancement of their salary as per the recommendation of the Sixth Pay Commission in the light of Shetty Commission report. The HC converted the representation into a PIL.

The civil court employees’ association of Bihar filed an intervener petition in the Supreme Court which, in its observation, made it clear that the civil court employees should be given the enhanced salary.
On Monday, state government counsel Siddharth Prasad told the division bench the state cabinet has proposed to implement the Shetty Commission report in toto.

Source : Times of India.

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