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Govt. employees who resign are not entitled to pensionary benefit due to forfeiture of past service :SC

December 7, 2019[2019] 112 128 (SC)

COMPANY LAW: Where respondent whose services were regularised on post of a Peon on 22-12-1971 tendered his resignation on 7-7-1990, which was accepted by appellant with effect from 10-7-1990, it was held that by resigning, respondent submitted himself to legal consequences that flow from a resignation under provisions applicable to his service, i.e., rule 26 of Central Civil Service Pension Rules 1972 (CCS Pension Rules) which states that upon resignation, an employee forfeits past service and, therefore, under rule 26 of CCS Pension Rules respondent's past service stood forfeited upon resignation and he was not entitled to pensionary benefits
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