## Thanks a lot again to Mr. Ajay Sethi, Mr. Rajeev Bari, Mr. Ashish Davaseer & Mr. Devajyoti Barman ##
I am a pensioner now (joined service and three months later, bought the property for 4000 in 1982 and,voluntarily retired in 2010 ; what i mean to say that it wasn't a very big purchase). Can the breach of All India Service rules,lead to the extent of action such that,my pension is held?
Previous Query :
I received opinions on "whether a land purchased by a central govt. employee after getting into job but not declared in the service book/annual return and there wasn't any kind of profit/use made of that land either, would be considered as an ancestral property?"(the answers were "NO") . Thanks a lot to Mr. Ajay Sethi, Mr. Devajyoti Barman & Mr. Krishna Kishore Ganguly, for your valuable opinions.
Can you please tell me,if law would treat it (not mentioning the asset in service book) as a severe breach of guidelines laid down for central govt employees? If yes, how severe it could be?
(the answers were "yes it is a clear breach of laid guidelines")
Asked 2 years ago in Property Law from Purnia, Bihar
since you have already retired your pension will not be witheld
pension will not be withheld
Advocate, New Delhi
Pension will not be withheld since you have retired.