Ministry of Defence: Handling of Court Cases, Filing of Appeal/SLP, Measures to withdraw repeated Appeals/SLPs - Recommendations of Expert Committee
Subject: Implementation of recommendation of Expert Committee constituted by Hon’ble Raksha Mantri.
Subject: Implementation of recommendations of Expert Committee constituted by Hon’ble Raksha Mantri
Subject: Procedure for handling court cases – regarding.
Subject: Filing of Appeal/SLP in Supreme Court – Procedure regarding
Subject: Minutes of the Meeting held on 22.06.2018 at 3.00 p.m.- Under the Chairmanship of Additional Secretary(JN) to identify Court Cases to be Withdrawn.
Minutes of the Meeting held on 22.06.2018 at 3.00 p.m. Under the Chairmanship of Additional Secretary (JN) to Identify Court Cases to be Withdrawn
|Name of Wings/Division||Details in r/o Court Cases
pending/withdrawn/proposed to be withdrawn.
|JS(ESW)||A total of 163, 46 & 8 pension cases
relating to Army, Air & Navy respectively are pending before the Supreme
Court. Out of 163 pension cases of Army, 20 are proposed to be
withdrawn. Out of 46 pension cases of Air, 14 have been withdrawn and 22
are proposed to be withdrawn. Out of 8 pension cases of Army, 1 is
proposed to be withdrawn.
|JAG (Army)||Approximately 6000 cases are pending in
all the courts inclusive of 1000 cases (approx.) in Supreme Court.
|Rep. from Navy||There are 388 cases (mostly pension
cases) pending in AFT, out of which 79 are proposed to be withdrawn.
|CAO||1 case is pending in Supreme Court
which has been filed by UPSC with MoD as a proforma respondent. 36 cases
are pending before High Courts and 51 cases before CAT. In addition, 6
cases are pending before AFT/lower courts. A vast majority of the cases
relate to service matters of civilian employees.
|BRO||Total 1246 cases are pending, out of
which 28 are in supreme Court.
|PDCP (Principle Directorate of
Civilian personnel) of Navy
|Total 788 cases are pending, out of
which 5 in Supreme Court, 123 in High Court, 26 in District &
Subordinate Courts and rest are in CAT
|JS(Works)||DGDE has 387 cases pending in
Supreme court and 37 in CAT.
E-in-C has a total of 1310 cases pending, out of which 54 in