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This scheem is not apply on Mother Unit of Instrumentation Kota, Then why these scheem apply to is sister company Instrumentation Palakkad . It is joke of the Court ???
Ongc Retired Employees’ Welfare vs Union Of India on 31 May, 2017
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16. Keeping in view the aforesaid guidelines, this Court finds that the order passed by the Court dated 19/05/2017, while noticing the judgment passed by the Supreme Court in the case of R.C. Gupta & ors. (supra) and holding that the ratio of the said judgment is applicable, allowed the bunch of writ petitions. The facts of the cases were not noticed in view of the consent of counsel for both the parties. The respondents- review petitioners by way of these review petitions have sought to distinguish the case of the petitioners herein from the facts of the case in R.C. Gupta & ors. (supra) as a ground for review of the order. Thus, it would be appropriate to notice certain facts of the writ petitions.
The petitioners in the writ petitions were employees of Instrumentation Limited, Kota and though the salary of the petitioners exceeded the limits as prescribed under Paragraph 2(f) of the Employees Provident Fund Scheme, 1952, as well as Clause 11(3) of the Employees Pension Scheme, yet the employer made provident fund contributions calculating the employees’ share and employers’ share by reckoning the actual total salary without considering the ceiling limit. However, the amount remitted to the petitioners’ pension account was the amount reckoning the pay limit to the ceiling prescribed i.e. Rs.6,500/-. The remaining amount remained with the PF Trust of the Instrumentation Limited which is one of the exempted institution in terms of Section 17 of the Act of 1952. Thus, 8.33% of the ceiling limit was deposited with the pension fund being regulated by the EPFO.
17. Similar situation was arising with the employees working in the Instrumentation Limited at Kota and the Kerala High Court in the matters of various employees passed a judgment in the case of M. Sreenivasan & ors.Vs. Union of India & ors. [W.P. (C) No.11183/2015], decided on 07/04/2015.