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  1. Could not find any progress of the case. Should have been more user friendly to know the progress. Kindly let me know time elapsed from date of filing, current status, next hearing date

    1. The table of AFT cases is available on the TSEWA blog (https://tsewa.org/).The table contains all the details regarding each of the cases already filed in AFT, those under scrutiny, compilation and proposed cases. The Table shows both the OA number (allotted by the Court) as well as the AFT number (given by TSEWA for administrative convenience). If there is a court order, the link to that is also available. The last date as well as the fresh date of hearing of each case is also posted. By checking on the Blog, one can conveniently keep track of a specific AFT case.

      In order to check the progress of a case that you are interested in, please enter the url https://tsewa.org/table-of-tsewa-aft-cases. This will open the Table of the AFT cases, in the TSEWA blog. You can scroll down to the case and read all the relevant details and the latest status of the case. You can click on the link to the court order as well to read for yourself what the court has ordered.

      The Table of Cases at TSEWA Blog (https://tsewa.org/) is regularly updated with the latest progress of the AFT cases, within 24 hrs of the information being available on the AFT site. If there is no change since you last checked, it means that there is no change in status. Please be assured that we are doing everything possible to see that you are kept updated with the latest position of cases as quickly as possible.

      Progress of cases can also be checked directly on the AFT site (http://aftdelhi.nic.in/). Click on the tab “Case Status”, enter the OA number (not the AFT number allotted by TSEWA) and the latest information will be available there too.

      Please note down the urls of TSEWA Blog (https://tsewa.org/), the url for the Table of AFT Cases (https://tsewa.org/table-of-tsewa-aft-cases) and the AFT website (http://aftdelhi.nic.in/) for future reference.

      So, whenever you need to check on the AFT case you are interested in, please just look on the blog for the latest information or on the AFT website.

  2. It is more than a year since last date of hearing that only next is given in the given each time and also we learn Army NOT filling counter affidavit .
    What is our action in the subject matter ? How can we progress the case ?
    Point to ponder .
    thanks &Regards

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