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Monday, 28 December 2020

The big news came from graduation if you make this mistake your money will stop, know what to do

  The big news came from graduation if you make this mistake your money will stop, know what to do


The Supreme Court has taken a big decision regarding graduation. The court said that if an employee owes a debt, his or her gratuity money can be withheld or confiscated. According to information received, Justice Sanjay K. A bench headed by Kaul passed the order on Saturday. The bench said there is no restriction on charging rent and charges for staying in government accommodation even after retirement.

The big news came from graduation if you make this mistake your money will stop, know what to do


The big news came with the graduation

Now the graduation of such employees will stop

The fine will have to be paid from the graduate's money

The bench said, "If an employee occupies government accommodation for more than the stipulated time, rent may be levied along with penalty. Money can be deducted from the gratuity amount if the employee does not pay. The bench also includes Justices Dinesh Maheshwari and Rishikesh Roy.


According to the news, the court has given its verdict during the hearing of the employee's case by the Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL). The cell tried to recover a fine of Rs 1.95 lakh from the employee. He did not clear his debt and overstay. The company's employees lived in government accommodation even after retiring in 2016. The High Court relied on the 2017 order of the apex court and said that the cell should immediately issue gratuity to the employee. However, this allowed the cell to increase its demand for normal fares.


What was decided?


Let me tell you, the bench said that if an employee retains possession of government property for more than the stipulated time, he may be charged rent along with a penalty, and if the employee does not pay, the money can be deducted from the graduation amount. However, a three-judge bench headed by Justice Kaul has now ruled that the reliance on the 2017 order is wrong as it is not a judgment, but an order based on the facts given in the case. It was clarified that the 2017 order cannot be considered as an example.


ગ્રેજ્યુટીને લઈને આવ્યા મોટા સમાચાર, આ ભૂલ કરશો તો અટકી જશે તમારા પૈસા, જાણો શું કરવું


The bench said that if an employee stays or occupies a house allotted by the company for more than the stipulated time, the amount of rent can be recovered along with the fine. The amount can be deducted from the gratuity amount if the employee does not pay. Following this decision, it is clear that if an employee owes the company, his or her gratuity money can be withheld or confiscated.

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