Short­listing of candidates with regard to CGIT case.

This is further to the guidelines given by the Central Office to Zonal Offices with regard to short­listing of candidates having worked up to 04.03.1991. It is now understood that Zonal Offices have directed the respective Divisional Offices under their jurisdiction to collect all the
data & lists received from Central Office. Further, they have been asked to sort out the data/lists and short­list the candidates in accordance with the guidelines stipulated by the
Central Office. 
All Units are expected to be in touch with their respective Divisional Offices and give the list of our candidates in advance to P&IR Department/DO, which we had provided earlier while admitting the case in the Supreme Court i.e. candidates having worked as at
04.03.1991. At the same time, all Units should bear in mind that the conditions & guidelines laid down by the Central Office is not in the true spirit of the Supreme Court Judgment dated
09.08.2016. Hence, All India Life upholds the Contempt Petition filed and the same is expected to come up for hearing during July 2017, after the Supreme Court re­opens on
03.07.2017.
Meanwhile, All India Life would be submitting a supplementary list of candidates in the Supreme Court, who have genuinely worked/working temporarily in LIC up to 09.08.2016, but
were not petitioners in the case. This was also informed to the C.O. Management during the discussion held by our Delegation on 25
th instant.

Thanking You

CGIT-PROCESS FOR DIVISIONAL OFFICES (UPDATE BY AILIEA GENERAL SECRETARY-MANOHAR VEIGAS)

AIL 232017
Cir. No.23/2017 30.05.2017

To: All Zonal/Divisional Units:

Dear Friends,
Sub: Short-listing of candidates with regard to CGIT case.
This is further to the guidelines given by the Central Office to Zonal Offices with regard to short-listing of candidates having worked up to 04.03.1991. It is now understood that Zonal Offices have directed the respective Divisional Offices under their jurisdiction to collect all the data & lists received from Central Office. Further, they have been asked to sort out the data/lists and short-list the candidates in accordance with the guidelines stipulated by the Central Office.

All Units are expected to be in touch with their respective Divisional Offices and give the list of our candidates in advance to P&IR Department/DO, which we had provided earlier while admitting the case in the Supreme Court i.e. candidates having worked as at 04.03.1991. At the same time, all Units should bear in mind that the conditions & guidelines laid down by the Central Office is not in the true spirit of the Supreme Court Judgment dated 09.08.2016. Hence, All India Life upholds the Contempt Petition filed and the same is expected to come up for hearing during July 2017, after the Supreme Court re-opens on 03.07.2017.

Meanwhile, All India Life would be submitting a supplementary list of candidates in the Supreme Court, who have genuinely worked/working temporarily in LIC up to 09.08.2016, but were not petitioners in the case. This was also informed to the C.O. Management during the discussion held by our Delegation on 25th instant.

Thanking you.
Sd/-
Manohar Veigas,
General Secretary, AILIEA.