UDAY SANKAR DAS Vs. STATE OF WEST BENGAL
HIGH COURT OF CALCUTTA
Uday Sankar Das
STATE OF WEST BENGAL
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PARTHA SARATHI CHATTERJEE,J. -
(1.)The present writ petition has been preferred primarily for the following relief:
"A writ of or in the nature of mandamus commanding the Respondents to forthwith to step up the pay of the petitioner as par with the pay of the Respondent no. 4 and to re-fix the pay of the petitioner after stepping up the pay of the petitioner from the date when the Respondent no. 4 started receiving pay higher than the pay of the petitioner and to act accordingly."
(2.)Facts as unfurled in the writ petition, in brief, are that the petitioner was appointed as 'Night Guard' on 13/2/1974 by the
then learned District Judge, 24 Parganas. He was promoted to
the post of 'Process Server' w.e.f. 20/7/1976 and on attaining
the age of superannuation, he retired from service on
(3.)The respondent no. 4 was appointed as 'Process Server' in the same Judgeship on 28/5/1981 and consequently, the
respondent no. 4 happened to be junior to the petitioner in
service. The respondent no. 4 retired from service on 30/6/2012
on attaining the age of superannuation. The petitioner's last
drawn basic pay was Rs.26, 361.00 p.m. whereas the respondent
no.4 drew Rs.29,748.00p.m. as basic pay at the time of his
retirement. The petitioner has been drawing pension to the
tune of Rs.11,556.00 p.m.
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