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Friday, February 17, 2017

M Sreenivasa Murty


LIMITATION ON LIC’s MANAGEMENT EXPENSES

APPEAL FOR INFORMATION WITHDRAWN


As we could obtain the required clarification on the above topic, I now withdraw the Appeal formally. Hyderabad Association wishes to thank all those who called me, all those who provided contacts and introduced their friends and all those who exchanged emails with me on the subject. 

WE ARE NOW ON THE JOB OF PREPARING OUR SUBMISSIONS TO THE COURT WITH CLINCHING DATA ON THE SUBJECT ON MONDAY THE 20 FEB 2017 OUR BIG THANKS TO THE BLOG FOR THE WONDERFUL SUPPORT EXTENDED IN THIS CONNECTION

RULE 17D AND RER


Shri Sreenivasa Murty's appeal is renewed. 
Please CLICK HERE to read.


AIIPA ARGUMENTS WELL TAKEN BY THE COURT

Dear Editor,

Today's proceedings are reported to have gone very well for the Pensioners. A welcome highlight is that Justice Khanna is reported to have observed and advised LIC's Sr Counsel 'what better Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) can be there, than paying to your own Pensioners?'

I am informed that the arguments submitted by the Sr Counsel for AIIPA were well received by the Bench.

Another highlight is that Mr Ashish Tiwari, Advocate representing the Hyderabad Association (who was only watching the proceedings) had an opportunity to correct a contention of LIC on declining business income, as they put it and took to Court's Notice how, LIC's Investment income has been steadily increasing, by referring to the relevant page of LIC's Annual Report. 

If the arguments conclude hopefully on Monday and the Judgement reserved, it will be welcome relief to all and I think our chances of winning are improving.


This report is not first hand as I am not in the Court. But it is as informed over phone by two different Advocates Ms Renuka of the Chandigarh Petitioners and  Mr Ashish Tiwari representing Hyderabad.
         
Thanks and regards,
M Sreenivasa Murty 

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

DON'T REPEAT IN FUTURE!

DELHI HC CASE

Just now i got  below mentioned  telephonic information from Sh Murty 
Court rose for the day.

Sh Nidhesh Gupta senior counsel today argued on behalf of Hyderabad Association touching financial aspects . He will continue the same once again  on 17th as he is not available tomorrow.

AIIPA counsel to put forward his arguments tomorrow afternoon.

Regards
B R Mehta


NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN DELHI

Monday, February 06, 2017