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September 9, 2014 at 6:36 pm #69763AnonymousGuest
I have joined a district court of WB as LDC in Nov 2013. Appointment order mention pay scales of 5400-25200 and GP 2600. I had applied for this post in 2008, exam conducted in 2010 and 62 out of 70 joined in 2011-12. But 08 candidate were held back due to court cases in HC. After disposal only remaining 08 people were given appointment. Also given seniority as per WBSR Rules, 1981.
Now District judge issued fresh order quoting G.O of march 2013, which says No DA and HRA for GP. C who joined after 01.03.2013 as per new rule till first 03 year of probation.
My question is After issuing Appointment order with all pay and allowances,How it can be changed now?
What is the system of asking clarification from Fin dept or Judicial dept/Secretary.specially as my office not cared for seeking clarification.
I am ex-serviceman and new to WB system.
73% (58 DA+15%HRA) Pay cut in puja month is really hurting me.
My selection was over in 2010 but due to court cases i was held back.How I am treated at par with Other joined after 01.03.2013.
Before filing writ petition in HC, is there any other way,one can get clarification from administration?
Please help /guide me.September 10, 2014 at 6:05 pm #79842AnonymousGuest
Dear friend, you may use the RTI act and ask for clarification from the financial department. Waiting for others’ reply…September 11, 2014 at 7:54 pm #79843AnonymousGuest
As per WB SERVICE RULES 2013 any entry in GP -C POST after 01.03.2013 will get only BASIC PAY N GP.NO DA AND HRA.AS I JOINED NOV 13.I AM PLACED UNDER NEW RULE.
MY Point is I was selected in 2010 tben withheld till nov 2013.Appo letter mention full DA N HRA.NOW CHANGING AFTER 09 MOTHS.
HOW IT CAN BE FAIR?WHO TO CLARIFY? HOW CAN I SEEM CLARIFICTION FRO,M FIN SEC/Judicial sec or chiaefMarch 22, 2017 at 8:40 am #82276AnonymousGuest
have you got your d.a and h.r.a after 3years? because i am also facing the same problemMarch 22, 2017 at 9:10 am #82277AnonymousGuest
The said order is not applicable court employee.
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