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Rajinder Parkash v. Meenakshi Anand - COCP-1401-2005  RD-P&H 4453 (20 July 2006)
C.O.C.P. No.1401 of 2005
Date of Decision:- 27.7.2006.
Rajinder Parkash & ors. ....Petitioners
Mr.Arvind Bansal, Advocate.
Meenakshi Anand & ors. ....Respondents
Mr.Narender Sura, AAG, Haryana
CORAM:-HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE SURYA KANT
SURYA KANT, J.
It is not disputed by learned counsel for the parties that in compliance to the order dated April 28, 2005 passed by this Court in C.W.P.No.4227 of 2005, the petitioners have been paid the arrears of pension and other monetary benefits. However, learned counsel for the petitioners contends that the respondents have not paid the pension to the petitioners regularly and they have a genuine apprehension that after disposal of this contempt petition, again the respondent-authorities would start harassing them by not releasing their pension every month regularly.
Mr.Sura, learned AAG, Haryana, however, undertakes that in future there shall be no remiss and the petitioners shall be paid their pension regularly.
After hearing learned counsel for the parties and having regard to the fact that the respondents have now paid arrears of the pension etc., this petition is disposed of with a direction to the respondents that in future they shall continue to pay pension to the petitioners on or before 7th day of
every calendar month. In case of any delay, the petitioners shall be entitled to claim interest on such delayed payment which shall be recoverable personally from all those officers who shall be found responsible for delayed payment and no reimbursement of the interest amount shall be permitted from the State exchequer.
Rule stands discharged.
July 27, 2006 ( SURYA KANT )
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