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If the Petitioner is entitled to arrears it should be given to him and if not an speaking order for the same should be passed: Patna High Court.

This case was filled by Ramanand Son of Late Guljar resident of New Dawariya, P.S. Anishabad, District- Patna and Ors against The State of Biahr. The Judgment in Ramanand and Ors. V. The State of Bihar (CWJC No.6464 of 2020) was passed by HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE P. B. BAJANTHRI

FACTS OF THE CASE:

This case was filled under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, 1950. The main question in this case was whether the petitioners are entitled to interest on arrears amount including D.A. on account of extending 5th Pay Commission. The respondent Corporation was stated to have adopted 5th Pay Commission introduced in the year 1997, in the year 2004, whereas the petitioners have been extended the arrears of amount with reference to 5th Pay Commission in 2016-17. Therefore, question remains is whether the petitioners are entitled to interest from 2004 to 2016-17 or not?

JUDGEMENT:

The Court in this case observed that the representation made shall be taken into consideration by the competent authority and decide the same in accordance with law. If the petitioners are entitled to interest, the same shall be calculated and disbursed. If they are not entitled, speaking order shall be passed and communicate to the petitioners. 5. The above exercise must be completed within a period of four months from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. 6. The writ petition stands disposed of.

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