Thursday, December 28, 2017

West Bengal D.A. arrears : locked in High Court

The matter of government employees' DA has been in the center of the discussion throughout the year in the state. Government employees claim, dues are dues On the other hand, the Chief Minister claims, there is no DA owing. The High Court is suing the matter. Let's take a look at the stage of government movements of the DA movement.

Regarding DA 

Usually, the increase in the DA of Central Government employees, State Government employees also increase the DA. That was the rule of the last Left government. Although there was a difference of 10 to 12 percent. Nevertheless DA is similar. But since the coming of the Trinamool government in the state, the situation has changed. Gradually, the central employees of the state's DA differ. Now it's almost 50 percent.
The High Court case After coming to power in the second phase of the grassroots in 2016, the situation has changed. Increase the speed with the DA public activists. The matter was also filed with the High Court. Earlier, however, the State Administrative Tribunal dismissed the case. After this, the High Court came to the notice of the government workers. In the context of the case, the High Court asked the government to explain how many percent of state government workers were left behind. In mid-July, the state government is told by the High Court, submitting affidavits within three weeks.

The claim of the DA is not valid,  the government said to High Court

'There is no legal right to ask the state government employees' DE, dearly allowances.' According to the affidavit submitted in the case of the Calcutta High Court, the state government has said this. Deputy Secretary Ujjwal Goswami submitted the affidavit to the state court. In the affidavit given to the High Court, the state government said that there are 3,30,000 crores of debt at the moment on the government's head. In spite of that, the government is paying employees at the right time. The revenue earned by the government is to pay one-and-a-half times the salary of government employees. In this situation, the state government feels that the employees do not have the right to claim the DA. Although opposition political parties strongly criticized the state's statement on the matter.

High Court Resolution 

In the words of the Chief Justice, the expectation and expectations of the workers should also be taken seriously. Because of the equality of the marketers, the interest subsidy is given to bring equal pay on the government employees. This interest subsidy is given for special purpose. Advocate General Kishore Datta said in the government, the Pay Commission may send proposals for giving higher interest. The government is not obliged to pay the workers' dearness by accepting that proposal. On behalf of the government staff, lawyer Bikasharanjan Bhattacharya said that government workers have been receiving dearness for a long time. This is their right.

Hearing on January 9 

The last hearing of this year is in mid-December. Calcutta High Court Judge Debashis Karagupta said that in this case, first of all, it is necessary to know that the law found in the DA is not right. It is reasonable to give a verdict in this case only after considering it. After this, he informed that hearing of the case will begin from January 9.

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