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Anyway, the relieving letter is wrong. You can ask your previous company to have it changed. You may have settled your outstanding notice pay now, but your employment has ended when you served part of your notice pay. Otherwise you would actually be eligible to rejoin the old company now.
Your current company is also making a mountain out of a mole hill. They know very well you were not working there. So there is no question of double employment. You probably have your original resignation letter duly signed. No one can be on notice period for 30 months. And you are also not getting salary from there.
In india double employment is not illegal incidentally. Only in factory act it specifies that the employer is required to ensure that the working is not double shift in any other employment. You are not working in the factory. And actually it was their duty to ensure that you are not working at more than one place at the same time.
7th September 2015 From India, Mumbai
7th September 2015 From India,
10th September 2015 From India,
You paid the company after which you received an experience letter--WHEN was this?
And you resigned on 21 April, 2013--so technically your Notice Period starts from the next day......22 April, 2013. And then the NP ends on 21 May, 2013.
29th September 2015 From India, Hyderabad