Date of birth cannot be changed after retirement: High Court

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The Allahabad Supreme Court ruled that the date of birth entered in the service register is binding on both the employee and the employer. It cannot be changed after retirement. It is illogical to change your date of birth after you retire.The court has issued a subpoena to SDM Shikohabad, Firozabad District, seeking an explanation of why he should not be brought on charges of malice. The court requested a personal affidavit with grounds from the SDM by June 24 and suspended the recovery order and procedure of the five year salary of Rs 27.85.388 from the petitioner, stating that no recovery will be made from the petitioner. The order was issued by Judge JJ Munir on a petition from Bachan Singh, a pensioner who retired from Sankav Amin in 2015.

The petitioner retired on October 31, 15. On the basis of the Abitur certificate in the service register, October 10, 1955 is entered as the date of birth. He’s getting a pension. The SDM ordered the date of birth to be changed based on the date of birth registered in the high school education on October 10, 1950, and instructed reimbursement of wages for five additional years of service.

Tehsildar also issued a recovery order that has been contested. The court stated that Article 23 of the Constitution prohibits the use of forced labor. If the work is done for more than the petitioner and the salary is not paid, it is forced labor. He should be paid for longer working hours. and recovery is made. The court asked for an answer prima facie, declaring the SDM’s order unlawful. The next hearing on the case will take place on June 24th.

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The Allahabad Supreme Court ruled that the date of birth entered in the service register is binding on both the employee and the employer. It cannot be changed after retirement. It is illogical to change your date of birth after you retire.

The court has issued a subpoena to SDM Shikohabad, Firozabad District, seeking an explanation of why he should not be brought on charges of malice. The court requested a personal affidavit with grounds from the SDM by June 24 and suspended the recovery order and procedure of the five year salary of Rs 27.85.388 from the petitioner, stating that no recovery will be made from the petitioner. The order was issued by Judge JJ Munir on a petition from Bachan Singh, a pensioner who retired from Sankav Amin in 2015.

The petitioner retired on October 31, 15. Based on the Abitur certificate in the service register, the date of birth is October 10, 1955. He receives a pension. The SDM ordered the date of birth to be changed based on the date of birth registered in the high school education on October 10, 1950, and instructed reimbursement of wages for five additional years of service.

Tehsildar also issued a recovery order that has been contested. The court stated that Article 23 of the Constitution prohibits the use of forced labor. If the work is done for more than the petitioner and the salary is not paid, it is forced labor. He should be paid for longer working hours. and recovery is made. The court asked for an answer prima facie, declaring the SDM’s order unlawful. The next hearing on the case will take place on June 24th.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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