Government of India (Bharat Sarkar)
Sub:- Disposal of representations submitted for employment under LARSGESS Scheme in light of Supreme Court’s-orders in WP (C) No. 219/2019.
Attention is invited to Board’s letter of even no. dated 05.03.2019 (RBE no. 39/2019) whereby
decision for termination of LARSGESS Scheme in compliance of orders dated 08.01.2018 of Hon’ble
Supreme Court in SLP (C) No. 508/2008) has been communicated. Thereafter, representation from
wards/employees pertaining to the cycles pending prior to 27.10.2017 have been received in Board’s office
quoting the Hon’ble Supreme Court’s Order dated 06.03.2019 in M.A. No. 346/2019, Order dated
26.03.2019 in WP(C) No. 219/2019 (Narinder Siraswal & Ors. Vs UOI &
Ors.) and Order dated –
22.04.2019 in WP (C) No. 448/2019 (Tarun Chowdhury & Ors.). Similar representations have also been
received in SCR as ‘mentioned in the reference received from South Central Railway dated 01.05.2019
seeking Board’s guidelines on the issue.
“Since the petitioners are claiming benefit under the Scheme which was prevalent when
applications were preferred by the petitioners, we give liberty to the
approach ‘the concerned authorities with “appropriate representation. If such
representation is made, the authorities will do well to consider the matter within two weeks on preferring of the representations. With these observations, the Writ Petition
stands disposed of. Pending application(s), if any, shall stand disposed of.”
“These Writ Petitions are disposed of in terms of the aforesaid Order dated 26.03.2019.
We have not expressed and shall not be taken to have-expressed anything on the merits
of the submissions. Pending application(s), if any, shall stand disposed of.”
any individual representations are received in light of the Apex Court’s. Orders dated 06.03.2019,
26.03.2019 and 22.04.2019, the Railways concerned should examine and dispose of each individual
representation based on the factual matrix of the case.
(N. P. Singh)