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Being tortured by her husband the wife is staying in her father's house since last 7 years.The husband is now leading a extra marital life with a "kept' and her 5 children.The married wife has filed a maintenance case and the material is subjugate. The advocate of this case is asking the legal wife of the person to bring all documents relating to amount provided by employer (central govt.)at the time of taking retirement under V.R.S. scheme. Now, the primary question to be decided by the wise members of this forum is that, (1)whether the legal wife can file a R.T.I. application before concerned employer seeking information about the amount of provident fund, gratuity,special compensation for V.R.S.,retirement benefit etc.of her husband and get information? (2)whether the employer has any obligation to provide the info. or reject the application under provisions of sec.8 and 9 of the Act? Sent from my SM-J200G using RTI INDIA mobile app
Hi, A known to me got an case filed against him as a fourth man about the stamping duty registration during his employment period in state government. The final amount after the retirement didn't reach him and there is no judgement on the case so far. Is there any possibility to check the status of the case and the reason for delay in judgement? Please clarify and thanks.
I am a retired Librarian from Reg Autonomous Orgainisation under Administrative Control of Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt of India - New Delhi which follows Central Govt rules and 100 % funded by Central Govt. having National Head Quarter at Mumbai. I retired in Feb.'11 after completion of 27 years of service, on super annuation, i. e completion of 60 years of service. My retirement dues are with hold by the Organisation except Provident Fund. I opt for commutation of pension and my leave encahment amount is also not yet settled. In Jun.'11 Office Order was issued to indicate calculations done by the Office and Pension Payment Order was also sent to me but not copy to the Bank I gave details about it to the Office long back. Even after more than 05 months my pension is not yet started. Recently Office informed that my cheques are ready and ask me to come personally and collect the same though I informed them to send Crossed D. D after deducting D. D. Commission and postal charges, or transfer the account in my local Bank account at Chinchwadgaon details of which are available with them or to transfer the amount in my Local Bank account at Mumbai where I was having salary account details of which are available in the office which is active and I already informed the office about it. My entire Gratuity amount is also with held by the Inst on the ground of settling some pending issues, which are they is not made clear, I got relieving order from the Office on last work day only. They want to recover some amount from my retirement dues for loss of books which took place during last 25 years for which I am not directly responsible, moreover Office is not yet able to find out exact amount of loss as well as number of books and prove how I am the only person responsible for the same. No department of legal proceedings are pending and/or contemplated by the office either during my service period or even after my retirement. I feel it is an harassment and attempt to teach me a lesson out of personal vendetta of some higher ups having vested interest.
Atul Patankar posted a topic in RTI in MediaAs reported by Viju B, TNN at timesofindia.indiatimes.com on 25 May 2009 MUMBAI: Fire officer Kiran A Kadam, who had won the President's gallantry award for meritorious service, never found braving even the biggest blaze to be a daunting task. However, getting the BMC to clear his retirement dues has turned out to be tougher than dousing a fire. Every time Kadam, who retired as chief fire officer around one-and-a-half years ago, enquired about his retirement dues he was curtly asked to call up later. Kadam still has not got his leave encashment dues of around Rs 5.16 lakh. He has been doing the rounds of the civic body, calling up babus at the department. They are sitting on the files, he says. "There are many fire officers and firemen like me who did not take leave for months together. Most of us were on duty seven days a week as an emergency can take place on any day. But this is the way the department has rewarded us,'' he says, calling from his native place in Latur. Kadam is not the only one. In the Mumbai Fire Brigade alone, 41 firemen and officers have not been paid their leave encashment dues in the past three years. A Right to Information query (RTI) revealed that around Rs 6.81 crore is pending in dues to about 700 employees who retired from municipal wards, hospitals and the fire brigade. "Fourteen municipal wards alone are sitting on the files of 308 employees. Leave enchasment dues to the tune of around Rs 2.65 crore are still pending at the ward level,'' said activist Milind Mulay who filed the RTI query. Mulay was prompted to file the RTI query as his mother Vijaya S Mulay, who retired as a nurse from Marol Maternity Home, did not get her dues for over one-and-a-half years. "I was made to run from pillar to post but they found a new excuse every day to withhold my dues. Finally, I was forced to file an RTI query to get my dues,'' Mulay said. Former chief fire officer, A D Jhandwal, whose leave encashment dues are also pending, said the amount should be released immediately once a person retires so that he can secure his post-retirement life. He added it was the responsibility of the parent department to process the files. But when TOI contacted chief fire officer P D Kargoppikar, whose department has to clear over 40 cases, he refused to comment on the issue. Conservancy worker in G-north ward, Suresh Jadhav, died in service in July 2006. Son Sachin laments that none of his father's dues--leave encashment or gratuity--have been received by the family so far. BMC officials said it is the responsibility of the respective heads of departments to clear the files the day after an employee retires. "The general administrative department has no role to play in it. The files should be cleared at the ward level,'' said R K Wale, deputy municipal commissioner (general administration). Another deputy municipal commissioner admitted there was a problem but attributed it mainly to premature retirement. He said in such instances, service records are often not updated properly and therefore processing files takes time Source : http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Mumbai/Retirement-dues-of-these-officials-stuck-in-red-tape/articleshow/4572994.cms