(Querist) 07 June 2014
This query is : Resolved
The respondent ‘A’, Army personnel, was on annual leave to his native place where he met an accident and was admitted to hospital. Subsequently, he was admitted to medical hospital. After treatment, he was placed in medical category BEE (permanent) and percentage of disability was ascertained as 20%. After joining his duty, he was kept under observation by the Medical Board and his disability was assessed as 60% for two year. The Medical Board opined that the disability was neither attributable to nor aggravated by the military service. He was superannuated from service and was granted normal service pension. He represented for disability pension but the authorities rejected it. Against it he moves to High court, where the writ was allowed. Aggravated by the said judgment, appellant preferred this appeal to Supreme Court. Argue either in favour of or against the respondent ‘A’.
T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate
(Expert) 11 June 2014
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