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“JRCS DRCS OR QUASI-JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES” IF YOU CAN TAKE YOUR SALARIES WHY NOT YOU PAY VRS SALARIES OF 66 EMPLOYEES WITH 15 YEARS INTEREST

 
 
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“JRCS DRCS OR QUASI-JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES” IF YOU CAN TAKE YOUR SALARIES WHY NOT YOU PAY VRS SALARIES OF 66 EMPLOYEES WITH 15 YEARS INTEREST
by System Administrator - Tuesday, 17 January 2017, 3:37 AM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangalore : Not giving salaries is human right violation. If RCS JRCS DRCS ARCS salaries are stopped then they will know the pain of 66 Employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited who are deprived of their lively hood and VRS salaries .Liquidator is Winding-up Authority of co-operation department need to pay VRS Salaries on priority. When they are taking salaries why they are reluctant to pay the salaries of employees of 66 Employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited and delaying salaries in the guise of section 70 of the Act which is not applicable to them . What is applicable is liquidation law and circulars.According to the Act and Liquidation circulars VRS salaries and employees dues retiral benefits comes first priority but co-operation department has first settled other creditorsand not cared to give VRS salaries till today even after 15 years. Department has violated priority clause in respect of employees The object of the provisions in S. 118(2) of the Karnataka Co-operative Societies Act, 1959, is to protect the interests of all the creditors of the Society and to ensure an equitable distribution in respect of several claims against the Society by the Winding-up Authority. There cannot be dispute with the liquidator and employees of the society under section 70 of the co-operative society Act .It is not dispute .it is clear violation of law and circular to be followed by Liquidator is which is Winding-up Authority of co-operation department . The co-operation department RCS JRCS DRCS ARCS altogether under a conspiracy not releasing the VRS salaries to 66 employees of Malleswrama co-operative society and other dues with last 15 years interest but they have released money to creditors and doing other expenditure in violation OF act and liquidation rules which have kept priority to be given to employees first and then others . Employees are dying and JRCS did nothing .He cares two hoot to CM orders and NHRC directions. The amount receivable on account of voluntary retirement of the employee does not exceed the amount equivalent to three months' salary for each completed year of service, or salary at the time of retirement multiplied by the balance months of service left before the date of retirement on superannuation of the employee Voluntary retirement scheme is a method used by Government companies and co-operative societies to reduce surplus staff similarly 66 Employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited are eligible for VRS scheme .Let the department stop this injustice otherwise things might go out of control or employees who are any way dying out of old age may come and die before RCS JRCS DRCS ARCS offices as reportedly they are talking about this openly in Public.

Reportedly there are many authorities in India and in each state, where the complainant can himself file the complaint without the aid of a lawyer. They are not courts. The orders of these bodies are typically passed in a shorter time as compared to the judiciary, i.e. the courts. If people are not satisfied, the aggrieved parties can appeal in Tribunals and High Courts. We need to know what their lawful powers are while conducting hearings, following various procedures for ascertaining facts and giving orders.These points are relevant to all states of India. They are the officers Karnataka Co-Operation department doing injustice and they are the judge of quasi-judicial authorities to continue injustice but they are forgetting that they are officers to follow the rule of law and follow the guidelines given by high court in deciding the matters of quasi-judicial nature, . Not following high court guidelines in adjudicating matters. How many years it needs JRCS Panduranga to decide to pay VRS salaries to 66 persons many of them are dying every day? Why they need so many days to decide about this simple issue rules are very clear .According to the Act and Liquidation circulars VRS salaries and employees dues retiral benefits comes first priority but co-opration department has first settled other creditorsand not cared to give VRS salaries till today even after 15 years. Department has violated priority clause in respect of employees. For the cases he gets bribe he decides on day today basis. Poor people who do not pay him he drags the cases like this one . Employees are dying and JRCS did nothing .He cares two hoot to CM orders and NHRC directions. The amount receivable on account of voluntary retirement of the employee does not exceed the amount equivalent to three months' salary for each completed year of service, or salary at the time of retirement multiplied by the balance months of service left before the date of retirement on superannuation of the employee Voluntary retirement scheme is a method used by Government companies and co-operative societies to reduce surplus staff similarly 66 Employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited are eligible for VRS scheme . This mode has come about in India as labour laws do not permit direct retrenchment of unionized employees .The amount receivable on account of voluntary retirement of the employee does not exceed the amount equivalent to three months' salary for each completed year of service, or salary at the time of retirement multiplied by the balance months of service left before the date of retirement on superannuation of the employee. It is the last salary drawn which is to form the basis for computing the amount of payment .Most public and private sector companies have implemented VRS in recent years. Wieghtage of 5 year service is given and consequently employee will get five years additional gratuity and other benefits and get five year additional bonus .

A false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive 66 Employees of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited in respect of their VRS The amount receivable on account of voluntary retirement of the employee does not exceed the amount equivalent to three months' salary for each completed year of service, or salary at the time of retirement multiplied by the balance months of service left before the date of retirement on superannuation of the employee and additional retirement benefits like Gratuity for five years Wieghtage , Additional leave encashment for five years Wieghtage , additional bonus forfive years Wieghtage andStrike Period Salary and Balance salary as on retrenchment datewith fifteen years interest.Whereas Taking a serious view of delay in disbursement of retirement benefits, including pension and gratuity, to an employee of the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued directions for an inquiry into the matter for fixing responsibility of the officials concerned. But Karnataka State Human Rights Commission has registered a case against liquidator and cooperation department for human right violations under HRC 1759/14 B-II But till today it has not passed orders against liquidator and cooperation department for human right violations and had not issued directions for an inquiry into the matter for fixing responsibility of the officials concerned for non payments of VRSretirement benefits like Gratuity, leave encashment, bonus andSrike Period Salary and Balance salary as on retrenchment or compulsory retirement or forcedretirement benefitsand any other benefit payable at the time of the retirement in the year 2000 and interest payments for 15 years of delay in paying Retrial Benefits since the years 2000 till date .Joint Registrar co-operative Societies and Liquidator has not paid Pension or retirement benefits like Gratuity, leave encashment, bonus andSrike Period Salary and Balance salary as on retrenchment or compulsory retirement or forcedretirement benefitsand any other benefit payable at the time of the retirement in the year 2000 to Malleshwaram Co-operative Society Limited. As Supreme Court orders interest is not paid since 2000 and Revised Gratuity payments is not paid as per Karnataka high court order (Three Benches) on 17-11-2003 in N.S. Srinivasamurthy And Ors. vs The Registrar Of Co-Operative ... on 17 November, 2003 in respect of Malleshwaram Co-operative Society LimitedAnd Joint Registrar co-operative Societies and Liquidator need to pay interest for about 15 years on delayed paymentsas per Supreme Court of India H. Gangahanume Gowda vs Karnataka Agro Industries ... on 5 February, 2003 and The citations have been filed before Deputy Directorcourt with separate memo on 13-05-2016 with citations and report of National Human Rights Commission of India in respect of"Retiral Benefits as a Human Right: NHRC Initiatives”.

If these retirement benefits are not paid to them, the very survival of the retired employee or next-of-kin, and/or family members of the National Human Rights Commission deceased employees comes under question, in blatant violation of their human rights. The following are Pension or retirement benefits like Gratuity, leave encashment, provident fund or any other benefit payable at the time of the retirement is to be made on the day of retirement or within a stipulated time period, in case of termination of the contract of employment due to voluntary retirement, retrenchment, layoff etc., to the employees, and in case of death of the employees during the course of employment or in employment, to his nominee or next of kin, within a stipulated or reasonable time period, where it is not stipulated. If not provided within this time period, interest is to be paid on the delayed payments. Retirement benefits are the accumulated savings of a lifetime of service. Denial, non-payment or delayed payment of the same is not only tantamount to denial of an individual's rightful property, but is also a violation of the human rights of the victim and their next of kin wherein their livelihood is affected, often times resulting in untold misery, starvation and poverty.