Principle of no work no pay must be strictly followed in the matter concerned.

Principle of no work no pay must be strictly followed in the matter concerned.

  

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Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh

<yogimpsingh@gmail.com>

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To: pmosb <pmosb@pmo.nic.in>, supremecourt <supremecourt@nic.in>, urgent-action <urgent-action@ohchr.org>, “hgovup@up.nic.in” <hgovup@up.nic.in>, “presidentofindia@rb.nic.in” <presidentofindia@rb.nic.in>, cmup <cmup@up.nic.in>, csup <csup@up.nic.in>
On one side of screen ,people are dying of hunger and on other side of screen those amassing huge wealth not satisfied with huge salary and going on strike to pressurize the public functionaries concerned in order to get fulfilled their illegal demand .
It can never be justified to go on strike by keeping delivery of public services at ransom. No outfit whether private or public are so authorized by any law of land that they may hijack the public amenities in the name of strike.
05 March 2016
16:43
With due respect your applicant wants to draw the kind attention of the Hon’ble Sir to the following submissions as follows.
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that association of junior engineers of Uttar Prdesh power corporation limited has gone on strike causing  huge loss to public exchequer . Hon’ble Sir whether no work ,no pay principle will be adopted in this case. Hon’ble Sir may be pleased to take a glance of attached documents.
2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that
The doctrine of “no-work-no-pay” is a fundamental axiom in industrial relations. The philosophy are very simple. When a person is employed, it is expected that the work assigned will be carried out. When this work is not done, the employee is not eligible for payment of any salary

Pasted from <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Principle_of_no-work-no-pay_(dies_non)>
3-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that
Supreme Court: Elucidating the principle of ‘No work, no pay’, the bench of Madan B. Lokur and Kurian Joseph, JJ held that the aforementioned principle is the rule and it’s exception is ‘no work, yet pay’. Citing the instance of such exception, the Court said that compulsory waiting period is one such exception and to qualify for the exception, an employee has to establish that he had made earnest endeavors and yet that he was not able to join duty for no fault on his part. Furthermore, he must also show his earnestness to join duty.

Pasted from <http://blog.scconline.com/post/2014/08/23/no-work-yet-pay-principle-applicable-only-in-case-of-compulsory-waiting//>
Please take action on these submission ,latter your applicant will seek action taken report from the concerned under subsection 1 of section 6 of Right to Information Act 2005.
               
 This is humble request of your applicant to you Hon’ble Sir that It can never be justified to overlook  the rights of citizenry by delivering services in arbitrary manner by floating all set up norms. This is sheer mismanagement which is encouraging wrongdoers to reap benefit of loopholes in system and depriving poor citizens from right to justice. Therefore it is need of hour to take concrete steps in order to curb grown anarchy in the system. For this your applicant shall ever pray you Hon’ble Sir.
                                    ‘Yours  sincerely
                            Yogi M. P. Singh Mobile number-7379105911
Mohalla-Surekapuram, Jabalpur Road District-Mirzapur , Uttar Pradesh ,India .

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