Can disciplinary proceedings be initiated after retirement?
‘Disciplinary Proceedings cannot continue after Retirement’, rules Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has held that disciplinary proceedings cannot continue against an employee after his retirement unless such action is authorised under the rules regulating the particular service.
Can pension be attached by court?
The Supreme Court has held that retirement benefits like pension and gratuity cannot be attached by authorities for recovery of dues. NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has held that retirement benefits like pension and gratuity cannot be attached by authorities for recovery of dues.
Can disciplinary proceedings continue after death?
(2) Procedure regarding closing of disciplinary cases in the event of death of the charged official. Therefore, disciplinary proceedings should be closed immediately on the death of the alleged Government servant.
Is pension a fundamental right?
“The right of employees to get salaries and pension is a fundamental right. The right to get salaries and pension is a part of the right to life and liberty under the Constitution,” the court said.
Can a bank attach a pension?
Without doing so, resorting to attach the pension amount by way of passing the impugned order is impermissible,” he said. The judge set aside the bank’s order and directed it to permit the petitioner to operate the account without any hindrance.
Can chargesheet be issued after retirement?
The said Rule 19(3) of the State Bank of India Officers Service Rules, 1992 also permits the disciplinary proceedings to continue even after the retirement of an employee if those were instituted when the delinquent employee was in service. In that case, chargesheet was served upon the respondent before his retirement.
Can a convicted person get pension?
– Under Article 351, CSR [Rule 8, CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972] future good conduct is an implied condition of the grant of every pension and Government has the right to withhold or withdraw a pension or any part of it if the pensioner is convicted of a serious crime or found guilty of grave misconduct.