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Court dismisses review petition against ‘One Rank One Pension’ decision

New Delhi | The Supreme Courtroom has dismissed a assessment petition filed by the Heart in relation to its resolution to uphold the one rank-one pension (OROP) precept adopted in 2015. The court docket mentioned that there’s neither any constitutional deficiency on this resolution neither is it arbitrary. A bench of Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Surya Kant and Justice Vikram Nath mentioned that there is no such thing as a advantage within the assessment petition. The bench mentioned, “The request for itemizing the assessment petition in open court docket is dismissed.

We have now rigorously gone by way of the assessment petition and the paperwork connected to it. We discover no advantage within the assessment petition and accordingly it’s dismissed. The Courtroom in its judgment on March 16 upheld the ‘One Rank-One Pension’ precept adopted by the Centre. The Courtroom had noticed that the report of the Bhagat Singh Koshyari Committee was tabled within the Rajya Sabha on December 10, 2011 and it presents the historic background, the rationale for the demand, the view of the Parliamentary Committee. It was proposed to undertake OROP for The Courtroom noticed that the report can’t be handled as a press release of presidency coverage.

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