L-G okays proposal for revision of judicial officers’ allowance : The Tribune India

Join Whatsapp Channel

L-G okays proposal for revision of judicial officers’ allowance

L-G okays proposal for revision of judicial officers’ allowance

VK Saxena



Tribune News Service

New Delhi, February 27

L-G VK Saxena today paved the way for the implementation of the Supreme Court’s direction for revision of allowances for judicial officers in Delhi on the basis of the recommendations of the Second National Judicial Pay Commission (SNJPC).

In its recent judgment on January 4, the court had accepted the SNJPC’s recommendations regarding the allowance of judicial officers and retired judicial officers of the Delhi Judicial Services (DJS) and the Delhi Higher Judicial Service (DHJS).

The court had set the deadline of February 29 for all states and union territories for the disbursements on account of arrears of salary, pension and allowances due and payable to judicial officers, retired judicial officers and family pensioners, officials of the L-G office said.

“The L-G approved the proposal of the Law Department in this regard. It has now been sent to the Department of Expenditure, Union Ministry of Finance, for its concurrence,” an official said.

About The Author

The Tribune News Service brings you the latest news, analysis and insights from the region, India and around the world. Follow the Tribune News Service for a wide-ranging coverage of events as they unfold, with perspective and clarity.

#Supreme Court #VK Saxena


Top News

Kerala woman cadet, part of 17-member Indian crew, on board ship seized by Iran returns home

Kerala woman cadet, part of 17-member Indian crew, on board ship seized by Iran returns home

India's mission in Tehran is in touch with 16 other crew mem...

Supreme Court reserves verdict on pleas seeking cross-verification of votes cast using EVMs with VVPAT

Supreme Court reserves verdict on pleas seeking cross-verification of votes cast using EVMs with VVPAT

A bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and Dipankar Datta reserve...

Nestle adds sugar to baby food sold in India but not in Europe

Nestle adds sugar to baby food sold in India but not in Europe: Study

Such products are sugar-free in the United Kingdom, Germany,...

Kejriwal eating food high in sugar despite Type 2 diabetes to make grounds for bail, ED tells court

Kejriwal eating food high in sugar despite Type 2 diabetes to make grounds for bail, ED tells court

Kejriwal has moved the court seeking permission to consult h...

Ludhiana court awards death penalty to woman for burying alive toddler

Ludhiana court awards death penalty to woman for burying alive toddler

An old rivalry with the victim's family was the cause behind...


Cities

View All