Nagarkar Vinayak L
Hr And Employee Relations Consultant
Srinath Sai Ram
Hr Manager

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My superannuation was on 18/3/2017 & was retired on 31/3/2017. Was charge sheeted on 22/3/2017 my legal defence.
From India, Srinagar
Dear Mr malikji, you have mentioned that you were superannuated on 18/03/2017 & Retired from Service on 22/03/2017
You have also mentioned that you were charge sheeted on 22/03/2017
Can you please elaborate your query-Legal Defence
Please give complete details about your case, it is almost 16 months post issue of Chargesheet

From India, New Delhi
Depends on the nature of charge sheet, and the alleged misconduct. Whether domestic inquiry has been conducted and what is the out come of findings of the Inquiry Officer.
From India, Madras
Dear colleague,
From your post what is understood is that you were due for superannuation ( Retirement on reaching the age of retirement based on your date of birth admitted on company's record) company on 18-3- 2017 but you were retired on 31-3 2017. Between this period ,you were issued with the charge-sheet on 22 nd March, 2017.
Please clarify whether your date of birth was admitted by the company and you were informed of it in writing. Secondly ,was any communiaction in writing given to you informing you that you will retire on 31st march instead of due date of 18th March,
If the answer to the above is yes, the extension of your date of superannuation appears prima facie illegal. On the face of it and without going into the merits in the absence of relevant information, you have retired on 18th of March, 2017 and for all practical purposes, the employer-employee relationship has ceased to exist immediately thereafter.
Consequently, the charge-sheet issued to you after the due date of retirement is null and void and that should be your preliminary stand in the enquiry.
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- Consultant

From India, Mumbai
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