The Supreme Court has given the Oil and Gas Development Company (OGDCL) the last chance to resolve the pension and other liability of retired employees
According to the details, a two-member bench headed by Justice Gulzar Ahmed heard the case of OGDCL employees, the lawyer for the employees told the court during the hearing that the employees were being given forty percent of the pension.
However, in accordance with the government policy, retired employees should be given fifty percent of their pensions and fifty percent of their money together.
The employee’s lawyer told the court that nine tuition payments for 40 percent of the pension was an interim order.
The OGDCL lawyer in the room court argued that changing the pension ratio would result in recovery from three hundred and thirty-four employees, many of whom have retired employees. Will benefit.
The court, after hearing the arguments of the parties, directed the OGDCL to resolve the matter with personal attention to the matter and said that OGDCL was giving the last chance to resolve the matter.
Later, the court adjourned the hearing for two weeks.