DA Case Update: West Bengal government employees are currently getting Dearness Allowance (DA) at the rate of 6 percent. At the same time, central government employees are currently getting dearness allowance at the rate of 46 percent. In other words, there is a 40 percent difference in dearness allowance of central and state government employees. In such a situation, the state government employees got relief in the dearness allowance case of the Supreme Court in November.
The Supreme Court is going to hear the dearness allowance case on November 3. Government employees and pensioners of West Bengal are very optimistic about this matter. Senior lawyer in this case, Vikas Ranjan Bhattacharya, was physically unwell. In such a situation, many people felt that perhaps he would not be able to attend the hearing today.
If he is not in the case then the hearing on November 3 may be postponed again. This was heard on various social media. But now according to the news he is completely healthy. The organization on whose behalf he is fighting the case has made this clear.
This news relieved the worries of government employees to a great extent. Government employees returned with relief. That is, on November 3, he will be present in the hearing of the dearness allowance case of the Supreme Court. It is known that even if you cannot be physically present, you can be present through virtual means. So it is clear that the hearing is going to be held on 3rd November.
What are the chances that the verdict in this case will be pronounced on November 3? If you have any comments on this please comment.