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Respected seniors and dear friends,

I have received my release letter on my last working day. It states that I "shall" stand released at the close of offc hours as on my last working day. Does the word "shall" here mean that I have not been released yet or does it mean that I will be released after the date mentioned? The presence of the word "shall" is casting some doubts for me.

Regards,
Kane

Raj Kumar Hansdah - Member Since: Jun 2009
Dear Kane

Since you received your releasing letter before your actual release (which took place LATER in the day); at the TIME of issuing and signing the letter by appropriate authority; you had not been ACTUALLY RELEASED; which took place a few hours later.

Hence the use of the phrase "shall" is appropriate and is customary under such situation.

In other words; you stand RELEASED at the end of the working hours on the day you last attended office.

I hope this shall put your heart and anxieties to rest. This is a definitive, authorative reply; please do not go around looking for a second opinion.

Warm regards.

kaneage - Member Since: Jan 2008
Sir, Thank you for your valuable advice.

I have but one more question but its relating to charge handover. Before getting my release letter, I have handed over the list of pending tasks / charge handover statement (signed by me) to my reporting authority but I did not get any acknowledgement or received copy of the same. I have a photocopy of it but it was not signed by my reporting authority. Your advice/opinon please?

Regards,
Kane

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