Friday, December 2, 2016

01 DEC 16 - ANOMALY COMMITTEE EXAMINING MILITARY DISABILITY PENSIONS (MOD ADMITTED ANOMALY IN 7TH CPC)

Thanks to , MoD has taken a genuine stand in the Anomaly Committee examining issues related to military disability pensions.

(SOURCE- FROM TWITTER A/C)

10 comments:

  1. karunakaran a ex havildarDecember 2, 2016 at 8:17 PM

    what action is going to take against CGDA for having submitted incorrect and false data of brothers disability pension

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  2. Eagarly awaiting, Government decision will favourable to faujis.

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  3. Lot of thanks thanks of Maj Navdeep Singh who always keep his eye on Defence Welfare. Apprecietable. Hony Naib Sub Bachan Singh, ur client too. Action must be taken against Bureaucrats who always put wrong info against forces to avoid their benefits. Thanks Sir.

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  4. Most of the ORs sustained injury at young age and disabled will be drawing service pension below 20000 and slab system is beneficial to these needy people. Those who draw above 20000 service pension and drawing disability among ORs monitory lose in slab system is marginal. Those who draw one element less must get benefit from other element. So, slab system systems suits better for majority of ORs. There is nothing in nomenclature, what is needed is treat the ORs in a decent way while on service or after discharge. Stop separate Q for officers in ECHS. No officer will support this. Since officers did not get benefit from disability inc pc, they stoped benefit given to ORs also. Real hurdle is not govt, but our own ex-bosses. This thing never happens with civilian retirees.

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  5. It's a great conspiracy against army by so called bureaucracy, since 1947 to headed down in all fields, related to army, army is superior & will remain superior, these babu's & politician's can't dictates us while army in fields with enemy. A Nationalist (Veteran)

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  7. It is defence officers who treat JCO/OR with a mentality 'you are below me'as in varna system and they never feel JCO/OR is a subordinate in a disciplined organisation. Now blaming persons sitting in MoD for nomenclature is baseless. Now also for the benefit of officers, Govt is forced to refer the issue of DP to Anamoly committee, not for the benefit of lower ranks who left the service with disability at young age.Slab system is beneficial for lower ranks who were released with disability at young age. Only assurance from govt needed is rate prescribed in slab to be revised as and when OROP revision takes place.

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  8. For Anonymouses. Pension to be revisied by 2019 as per 7 CPC scale. So percentage basis fit for JCOs/ORS.

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  9. Almost on all forums find PBORS or anonymous named moles disguised have single minded agenda against officers and break unity.
    Many of our veteran brothers from ranks get sucked into this easy derision and the government ploy.
    We find hardly any meaningful contributions and / or written expressions with logic & numbers from the affluent & well settled counterparts in corporate from this very PBOR community but always ready find a dividing wedge as if IAS and allied services bosses give them golden bricks.
    Else in last 70 yrs this country should have been Singapore / Japan or Germany.

    Last few chief from all services have been sons of JCO/ NCO and good numbers getting promoted from ranks effectively should have dissolved any such stink in the minds ... but alas .....
    Its time to dissolve this so called fauj and generate a new outfit on lines with our existing Police / CPAF who would abandon posts like recently in Haryana , Kashmir , Uttarakhand deluge & many such in past 70 yrs.
    Hope later this country will be able to rebuild again a force which will be self charged , motivated and self wille to sacrifice their lives because they get a government salary or someone talked of mercenaries.
    Yet to find the secret where a school , curriculum and training can motivate one to dedicate or sacrifice one's life but ready to destroy an institution very close to it.

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    1. karunakaran a ex havildarDecember 4, 2016 at 8:39 AM

      my dear sir,

      I suffered a lot because of army officers ill treatment for nothing they subjected to me bodily punishment, not all officers, most of the officers help me a lot in securing knowledge and aspired me to get commission, it is my hard luck I could not become a officer, for that I should not find fault with the valuable system of selection procedure meant for officers

      in my village two officers very old, after their demise I helped their kith and kin to get the family pension

      you have given very significant advice, there should be no enmity among us, we are one community that is divine ex service men

      thank you sir

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