Article 14 in The Constitution Of India 1949 says that the State shall not deny to any person equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws within the territory of India Prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth ...... then why the State Government employees of Government of West Bengal are being deprived by the State from the DA which their counterparts in the other States or in Central government are getting regularly? Is it not violation of the Article 14 of the Constitution of India? Moreover, Article 39 (d) of the Constitution proclaims "equal pay for equal work for both men and women" read with equality before the law or the equal protection of the laws are yet matters of vital concern to the employees of our State and that the equality clauses of the Constitution appears to be having no significance to the instrumentalities and machineries of the State Govt. The preamble to the Constitution declares the solemn resolution of the people of India to constitute India into a Sovereign Socialist Democratic Republic. The employees of the state government are not being paid the same amount for doing the identical work which the Central government employees get. The concept of right to life as enshrined in Article 21 of the Constitution of India is not merely a life of drudgery or animal like living. Right to life does mean right to an honourable life. If it is so, then the employees of the state government must be treated at par with the employees of the Central government in the matter of payment of the wages and DA. I personally believe that employees of government of West Bengal are being deprived of their legitimate DA. This is in violation to the article 14 of the Constitution as well as Article 39 (d). Constitution of India has been amended many times. Is it not a time to challenge that when a counterpart of the same country is getting are different treatment in the matter of pay and DA by Central Government than its denial by the State Government to its employees is nothing but violative of Article 14 and Article 39 (d)? This can be challenged before Supreme Court of India. First, I would suggest that the employees who are enrolled on this panel should start a healthy debate discussing the pros and cons. What is the harm if the issue of non-payment of DA is challenged before the court of law..... As after all if it is not paid the state government employees are going to lose nothing. Please think and start the debate.