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Ya but if new employer will ask for accepted resignation then on that document it is mentioned accepted resignation on 19th June and relieved on 19th June. But relieving letter will say relieved on 31st of August.
In this scenario, I would suggest, you'll only show the relieving letter which is ultimate doc. for severance of ties with your former employer. Strictly speaking a separate letter 'an acceptance of resignation' is not generally insisted upon. Therefore it's your choice not to get into suspicious opening with your new employer. Safely show the 31.8.2018 letter for all purposes and which also can be supported by the salary payment upto that date.
Alternatively you may surrender a letter saying 19.6.18 as 'relieved' if it's suits you. Supposing you were to report before 31st August then 19.6.18 would suffice. Choice is yours. These are all discussed in past tense, what had happened till now, have you not reported with new co. so far?

No I haven’t joined new company as of now. Actually was not sure about earlier letter which was saying accepted and relieved on 19th June. New letter saying relieving date 31st August got on 12th of ocT. so looking at whole scenario kindly suggest can i Sue my company and seeking compensation as because of that letter I couldn’t get new job. As u said I can give relieving letter in new company which says relieved on 31st August got on 12th oct.
I don't think it's a fit case to sue as you have to prove any loss/damage sustained by you and how you would establish that you missed a new job due to letters with. 2 diff. dates of DoR. It appears a clerical mistake or failure to apply their mind on possible consequences. It's better for you to settle for a new job instead of wasting time pondering over this confusion in dates. Since you would have been actually relieved on 19th June and not worked thereafter, it would be logical to stick to this date.
Agreed i would not able to prove whether i had suffer any loss because of 2 letters or not. But i have a query Whether issuing 2 letters with 2 different relieving dates are right or wrong. if its wrong then i dont think i need to prove that i suffer any loss because of it. Because if its wrong then they are forcing a guy to go ahead with wrong documents. If i submit these documents in any company and they find it wrong then they might blacklist me for future hiring as well. So kindly suggest only one thing out of the whole scenario.
In the circumstances, what is possible & right for you is to write to them pointing out the aberrations in dates as it appeared in 2 to you and ask them issue a clarification and/or to ask them to withdraw both of these erroneous letters vice issue a fresh,single, rightly worded letter mentioning the correct date of relief. In any case you should be prepared to face any consequences after issuing this clarification. I hope, then they should not come out with/create yet another confusion afresh.

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