The hearing was on 3rd October and the decision to restrain has been rejected by Alipore court on 8th October. This means that Prahlad Singh and party i.e. all the 19 COB’s can function normally without any hassle.
On 9th October, after the announcement of result, Prahlad Singh, P.P. Shrivastava and S.R.Mishra along with other members met General Manager- Garden Reach (Mr. Radhakrishna) and Chief Personal Officer (CPO) – Garden Reach, Dpty. CPO (IR)-Garden Reach (D. M Soren) with the certified copy of the order from Alipore court.
A copy of the same has also been submitted to local police in Khidirpur Thana. Administration (CPO) and Police have assured them for the smooth takeover of the central office in GRC. Accordingly, Prahlad Singh and the team went to the office but it was locked.
Speaking on this, P.P.Shrivastava, President SERMC said, “We are delighted that the result has gone in our favour and we will start working with the support of the people. As suggested by the court we will start using the office and other facilities. We have informed the local police that there is lock and also the former group. When we went there to see the office, Dipankar Roy, D.N. Singh and Laltu came along with others and they have said they need time till this weekend and will hand over the office on Monday in front of Railway Police Force (RPF).”
He also added, “We believe in unity and appeal to people to come forward in more numbers to take SERMC to a next level.”
Speaking to a SERMC member, Ajay Das (OS- Adra) said, “We are very happy with the result and expect to touch a new height under the able leadership of Shri P.P.Shrivastava, Shri Prahlad Singh and Shri S.R.Mishra.”
Other members of SERMC, Ramesh (Divisional coordinator- SERMC Adra), Shainaz Begum (COB-GRC), Parmeshwar Rao (WM-GRC), Rajkumar Das (Junior Clerk-GRC), Anand Tundey (Welfare Inspector-GRC), Bhairav Dutta (Sr. Technician- Adra), and Joydev Sen (OS- Adra) echoed the same thing.