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Implementation of CPDA System

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Implementation of CPDA System

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Finally, Centre revises pension of pre-2006 armed forces retirees

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Finally, after many twists and turns, it has arrived! In a relief to lakhs of pre-2006 retirees of the armed forces and central government, their pension has been revised with effect from January 1, 2006, rather than from September 24, 2012.
The department of pension and pensioners' welfare (DoPPW) issued the universal orders regarding this revision on Thursday. Anomalies in the fixation of the pension of the pre-2006 central government retirees had come to light after the implementation of the recommendations of the sixth Pay Commission. The issue was whether pension was to be calculated based on the minimum of pay for each rank/grade within the newly introduced bands or on the minimum of the pay-band itself. The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) and Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) then corrected it and ruled that the pension would be calculated on the basis of the minimum of pay for each rank/grade within a particular band, which gives the retirees a higher pension.
The central government then itself removed the anomaly but granted the benefits from September 24, 2012, instead of January 1, 2006, when the anomaly had started. But the Delhi high court ruled that after the removing of anomalies, the arrears have to flow from January 1, 2006. The government moved the Supreme Court, which in July, 2013, dismissed the special leave petition (SLP).
After that a review petition was filed, which was also dismissed in November, 2013.
The government then filed a curative petition. The five-judge bench comprising the-then chief justice of India RM Lodha and justices HL Dattu (now CJI), BS Chauhan, Surinder Singh Nijjar and Fakkir Mohamed Ibrahim Kalifulla dismissed it in April 2014. Still the pension revision was not implemented.
This March 17, while deciding a bunch of petitions on the issue, the apex court gave the central government four months to provide retired soldiers with relief. "The universal orders from the central government will save similarly placed pensioners from the agony of litigation till the highest court of the land," said major Navdeep Singh, a Punjab and Haryana high court lawyer who is also on the five-member committee of experts that the Ministry of Defence has constituted to look into grievances related to the service matters and pensions. The objective is to minimise litigation and legal disputes.

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Pension to Ex-Servicemen

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The complaints regarding incorrect payment of pension, incorrect revision/ underpayment of pension etc. are being received and action is taken to redress the grievances by taking appropriate action in coordination with Pension Sanctioning Authorities & Pension Disbursement Agencies.
The number of complaints received during each of the last three years and the current year are as under:-
Year                                        No. of complaints received
      2012                                                                      32147
      2013                                                                      26209
      2014                                                                      23178
      2015                                                                      15435
(Upto 22.7.2015)
The Government is considering to implement a system of Central Pension Disbursement Agency (CPDA) to facilitate credit of pension directly to Pensioner’s bank account.The new system is likely to be implemented from the next financial year.

For ensuring quick and seamless disbursement of pension to Ex-Servicemen, following projects are undertaken by the Government.

§  Digital life certificate through Jeevan Praman Portal.
§  Digitization of records to enable prompt pension revision in future.
§  Submission of  e-Pension claim and issuance of  e-PPO.
This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh in a written reply to ShriSatav Rajeev and others in Lok Sabha today.
DM/NAMPI/RAJ




(Release ID :124009)

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Removing Anomaly in Pensions of Ex-Servicemen

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Removal of anomaly, if any, in the pension being given to the various categories of ex-servicemen is a continuous process. Such anomaly is redressed, as and when it comes to the notice of the Government.
The policy of “One Rank One Pension” has been adopted by the Government to address the pension disparities. The modalities for implementation of OROP are under consideration of the Government. It will be implemented once the modalities are approved by the Government.
A Pension Grievance Cell exists in the Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare. Grievances received by this Cell are examined and redressed in coordination with the agencies concerned in the matter. A system of holding Pension Adalat is in place to provide a credible forum for redressal of grievances of the defence pensioners. Officers concerned of every organisation involved remain present in the Adalats and the grievances are redressed on the spot. A computerized pension enquiry project “Suvigya” has been developed by the Controller General of Defence Accounts (CGDA).
It is an online pension enquiry system which would enable the ex-servicemen to know their entitlements of pension. A pensioners’ grievance cell exists in the Office of Principal Controller of defence Accounts (Pension), Allahabad.
This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Rao Inderjit Singh in a written reply to Shri D.P Tripathi in Rajya Sabha on Thursday, 30 July 2015.
Source : PIB News

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PERMISSION FROM PRESIDENT FOR ENDING HIS LIFE BY A COL. ON OROP CASE.

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 It is really  a bad state of affairs in our country - there is no value for the promise of a Prime Minister .  This leads to such a decision  to end  ones life  because of this unbearable situation. 

Dear veteran brothers, please be united for the common cause  like OROP.

 

From,
Lt Col Ravi Shankar Tripathi (Retd)
H-14, Shakarpur,
Delhi 110092.

To,
The Supreme Commander of All Three Forces of India,
The President of India
Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi

DUE UNBEARABLE ORDEAL OF FASTING ESM, I REQUEST PERMISSION TO END MY LIFE

Dear Sir,

I am a retired army Officer with a spotless service of 25 years. I have been watching the promises and more promises of our endless leaders since 1982 and even the present  Prime Ministers since Nov 2013 regarding payment of One Rank One Pension. The parliament has passed it and even the Hon'able Supreme Court has upheld it. But still no govt has translated their promises into action.

You being our Supreme commander, I am writing this to you. I have given up any hope from any govt of this country and feel ashamed when I see my brothers of the age of 80-85 years old sitting on fast at Jantar Mantar for the last 36 days. You will appreciate that this agitation has been totally peaceful despite all the provocations. May be that is precisely the reason that nothing is moving at the govt's end. But at the same time I can never allow my brother ESM to take recourse to violence, as all soldiers love their country more than any one. I will never allow my brothers in active service to break the sacred thread of democratic traditions. Some head of the country said “You guard the national boundary and I will guard your welfare”, but in INDIA it is a different story.

I find myself a failure towards my brothers in and out of the Armed Forces. I am losing the desire to live. As I can not even fight with the powers that be at the helms of affairs as any violent fight with them may cause irreparable loss to my country. I also can not tolerate my countrymen saying that,  if  a Prime Minister cannot keep the promise given to soldiers of his country what promise he can keep to the Nation.

I am sure you will agree that if a soldier cannot live with dignity at least he should be allowed to die with dignity


In view of the above, I kindly request for your permission to end my life as it has become unbearable for me to live any more.
Anyway, the date, place and time will be informed once a positive reply is received from The Supreme Commander

best regards

Lt Col RS Tripathi
Mob- 9311152224
Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2015 03:19:34 +0000

SOI: ESM Welfare.

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Pre 2006 pensioners to get revised pension with effect from 01.01.2006 - Order issued

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"............Accordingly, in compliance with the above judicial pronouncements, it has been decided that the pension/family pension of all pre-2006 pensioners/family pensioners may be revised in accordance with this Department's OM No.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.1.2013 with effect from 1.1.2006 instead of 24.9.2012. ....."
Click here for the order dated 30.07.2015
Click here for OM No 38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.1.2013 and the revised pension table.

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Final closure to the agony of pre-2006 pensioners: Universal orders issued today for revision of enhanced pension from 01-01-2006 rather than 24-09-2012


Following the decision of the Armed Forces Tribunal and the Central Administrative Tribunal, as upheld by a judgement of the Delhi High Court (which in turn was based upon a decision of the Punjab & Haryana High Court) and then endorsed by the Supreme Court, and further after various twists and turns, the Department of Pension and Pensioners’ Welfare (DoPPW) has finally issued universal orders regarding revision of pension of pre-2006 pensioners with effect from 01 Jan 2006 rather than 24 Sept 2012.

All affected pensioners (and not just litigants) shall now be eligible for arrears from 01-01-2006 till 23-09-2012.

A big thank you to all stalwarts who were at the forefront of this fight, including Mr V Natarajan, Lt Cdr Avtar Singh and members of the Bharat Pensioners Samaj.



Thank You. 
Source : http://www.indianmilitary.info/

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“We the People” on NDTV, Kargil, OROP, Military litigation and more....

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On Kargil Vijay Diwas, Barkha Dutt conducted a special episode of “We the People” on NDTV where I too participated in the panel discussion. 




The stories and the narratives can bring a tear to the strongest eye. 

Source :http://www.indianmilitary.info/

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Naysayers, please relax on the Panel of Experts on Defence Matters!

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Some disinformation is floating around on the Committee of Experts constituted by the Raksha Mantri. I would like to clear the haze on some issues.

Some myths and their replies:

That the panel has been setup to divert attention from OROP

Totally incorrect. The formation of the panel was first discussed by the Raksha Matri in February, much before the current scenario, and the orders have been issued in July. The two are totally separate issues and do not overlap. The Committee would not be touching upon OROP at all.

That it is an attempt to appease and silence the voices of those who are its Members

Far from the truth. If this is the level of trust expressed for the Members of the Committee, then it is not only unfortunate but it is also clear that persons making such loose statements are not aware of our conviction and sincerity. Also, I think I should make it clear to everyone that all Members are functioning in a purely honorary capacity without any monetary gain and that too after squeezing out time from their respective professions with the aim of service to the society in mind.

The Committee would be handling grievances of soldiers and veterans

Untrue. The Committee is not mandated with such an unwieldy task. The Committee is not supposed to look into individual grievances but is supposed to suggest ways and means to decrease litigation involving the Ministry of Defence as well as the Defence Services and also to increase the level of trust and goodwill amongst the stakeholders in this regard by suggesting broad institutional and progressive changes to the system of redressal of grievances. The Committee would be looking into pending cases related to service matters and pensions and ways to minimize litigation so that the officialdom can focus on areas of core governance.

The panel is recommendatory and its recommendations may never see the light of the day

It is true that the report is recommendatory. All such commissions, expert panels and committees are recommendatory. But keeping in view the fact that it has been constituted by the Raksha Mantri himself and in line with the PM’s focus on governance, it is certainly not going to be an empty formality. Almost all major policy decisions concerning the nation are taken by way of reports of experts and panel inputs. Moreover, it is quite surprising to hear some minority voices of pessimism which say that though it is a good move, it would not be able to achieve its aim. So what should be done? Should such a proactive move taken for the first time since independence be aborted just because a minority feels it would serve no purpose? I would only emphatically like to say that it is much better to have a body of experts viewing these issues with a sharp spotlight so as to iron out the creases than having nothing at all. Also I must place on record that the there has been no pressure on us from any quarter related to our functioning and we are lucky to have such a situation wherein we have been tasked by the apex level of governance to work in a free and independent manner with full support of the political executive without fear or favour.


So naysayers, please relax. The move is in the right direction and a very progressive initiative of the Minister with his full personal involvement under the aegis of the Prime Minister. Let us not spread negativity till the flowers fully bloom. 

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Leaders,Public Mourn death of people President funeral on July 30

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi paying tribute to former president APJ Abdul Kalam at Palam airport (source: Twitter/Sitanshu Kar)
It was a day of mourning for the entire country on Tuesday. President Pranab Mukherjee, Vice President Hamid Ansari and Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the long queue of dignitaries who paid tribute to former President A P J Abdul Kalam, whose body was brought from Guwahati to New Delhi in a special Indian Air Force aircraft at about 12.15 pm on Tuesday.
Among those who were waiting to receive the body at the Palam technical area were Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and the three service chiefs. The body was then taken to his residence at 10 Rajaji Marg, where dignitaries as well as the public paid their last respects to the “people’s President”.

Defence Ministry spokesperson Sitanshu Kar tweeted that the body would be taken to Rameswaram on Wednesday. “At Rameswaram, mortal remains of late President… will lie in state till 7 pm for public to pay homage. Funeral… will take place on 30 July at his nativeplace in Rameswaram around 11 am,” he tweeted.
Earlier in the day, both houses of Parliament adjourned for the day after paying glowing tributes to Kalam. The Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha will now meet on July 30.
In a resolution passed at a special meeting on Tuesday morning, the Union Cabinet said “the country has lost a visionary scientist, a true nationalist and a great son”.


“Dr Kalam made significant contribution in developing India’s first indigenous Satellite Launch Vehicle and made India an exclusive member of the space club. Popularly known as the ‘Missile Man of India’, Dr Kalam was responsible for the development and operationalisation of Agni and Prithvi missiles. He gave thrust to self-reliance in defence systems by introducing the Light Combat Aircraft,” said the resolution.
“Dr Kalam was passionate about transforming society through technology, in particular by inspiring the youth of India to harness science and technology for human welfare,” it added.
Calling Kalam “an inspiring individual, a great scientist, a popular President and above all an indomitable spirit filled with new thoughts and energy,” Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi said he was a role model for millions of people in the country and abroad. “Dr Kalam was ECI’s first national icon for voter awareness and participation in 2010 and since then has been championing the cause of greater participation for stronger democracy in the country,” he said.

Pakistan envoy, other Diplomats pay homage
New Delhi: Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit and Israeli Ambassador Daniel Carmon were among the top foreign diplomats who paid homage to former President A P J Abdul Kalam here on Tuesday.
“May Allah Almighty rest the departed soul in peace and give fortitude to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss,” Basit said in his condolence message.
“I was fortunate and honoured to have met this great man and to be inspired by his personality, achievements and vision. RIP,” said Carmon.
“My condolences to the Indian people on the passing of former President Abdul Kalam, an inspiring scientist and leader,” said US Ambassador Richard Verma.
Meanwhile, condolence messages also came from world leaders.
“I am saddened to hear the news of the demise of former Indian president Kalam. Nepal has lost a good friend and I have lost an honoured and ideal personality,” said Nepal’s Prime Minister Sushil Koirala.
“Sincere condolences on the sad demise of Dr A P J Kalam. A great and inspirational Indian President,” said Maldivian High Commissioner to India Ahmed Mohamed.
- See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/wrapped-in-tricolour-a-p-j-abdul-kalams-body-flown-to-delhi/#sthash.IPORmb6B.dpuf

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96-year-old Marshal of the Indian Airforce Arjan Singh pays his last respects to late Dr.

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Demand for OROP: ‘Blade-runner’ D P Singh to continue his fight

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Demand for OROP: ‘Blade-runner’ D P Singh to continue his fight


Singh, who lost his right leg while fighting the 1999 Kargil War, will spend the next two hours trying to put on his prosthetic limb.



Major D P Singh will be up at 2.30 am, hours before the rest of the country wakes up on Sunday, the day the nation proudly marks the Kargil Vijay Diwas. 

Singh, who lost his right leg while fighting the 1999 Kargil War, will spend the next two hours trying to put on his prosthetic limb. By 5.30 am, he will be at Dhaula Kuan, where he will be joined by other military veterans, in t-shirts emblazoned with slogans seeking the implementation of the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme. 

At 5.45 am, Singh, popularly known as the Indian Army’s ‘blade-runner’, will start his 11-km run. His journey will take him through Teen Murti Marg, Akbar Road and Connaught Place and will include a homage at Vijay Chowk before culminating at Jantar Mantar at 7.30 am. 

While the run has been organised to support the larger cause of OROP, Singh also has another reason to undertake the gruelling physical exercise. He will be running for the sake of the army’s many faceless and nameless soldiers. 

On July 15, 1999, four of them had risked their lives to rescue him from the battlefield, in the thick of the Kargil conflict. “If those four jawans had not picked me up from the battle zone, I would not have been alive today. It is for them, for the Indian soldier, that I feel I should run,” Singh told The Sunday Express. 

He will spend the rest of Kargil Vijay Diwas at Jantar Mantar, where he will be joined by social activist Anna Hazare, to demand the implementation of OROP. 

Singh’s long and arduous journey to overcome his physical limitations, after being seriously injured in Kargil War, is fairly well known. Not so well-known is the fact that the officer had to fight a long, gruelling legal battle to claim his rightful dues. The 14-year-long fight culminated with an order from the Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) in 2013, asking the Army to pay Singh the correct pension amount due to him. 

But Singh is reluctant to talk about it. “It is in the final stage of implementation now,” he says without divulging any more details about the “personal” struggle. 

Singh also happens to be part of a committee, proposed by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, to resolve issues and litigations related to pension and service benefits of army personnel.

(Source- Sanjha Morcha)

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Central government should not accept revision of Retirement Age below 60 years if 7th CPC recommends it

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Retirement Age of Central government Employees again becomes the hottest topic among central government servants. Because some sources told that pay commission likely to recommend the retirement age of central government employees , on completion of  33 years of service or at the age of 60 years whichever is earlier. There are comments pouring in favour of and against this proposal though it is not confirmed yet …

Some of the comments/ suggestions sent by our readers are given below
SS  says :
         As per the likely recommendation of 7th CPC, if a person joined the service at the age between 20-25 years, he will retire between 53-58 years. Is it the age for retirement? Definitely not!! Many young people here are commenting that early retirement at 53-59 years of age will create jobs for them. It is not a creation of jobs, but it is like robbing Peter to pay Paul. With the increase in life expectancy, the retirement age all over the world is increasing, including India where the retirement age of Govt. employees has been increased twice – from 55 to 58 years and from 58 to 60 years.
India aspires to be a developed country but no developed country in the world has the retirement below 60 years of age for its Govt. employees. On the contrary, the tendency all over the world is to increase the retirement age with increase in life expectancy and between 2004-14, the life expectancy in India has increased by 5 years. Therefore, reducing the retirement age is not justified if we go by the trend around the world.
It is interesting to note that only three countries in the world – Turkey, Indonesia and Nepal – have retirement age at 58 years and below, while most of other countries have retirement for their Govt. employees at 60 years or more. Don’t young people in these countries need employment? Does their Govt. reduce the retirement age of present Govt. employees to eliminate the problem of unemployment? The answer is, no.
Take the example of Spain where one out of 4 youth is unemployed i.e. 25% unemployment, but Spain has not reduced retirement age of its Govt. employees to give the impression of creating jobs and their retirement age remains at 65 years. India definitely does not face such a bad situation like Spain where unemployment is 25%. Then why such a drastic step to give the impression of creating jobs by rendering its already employed employees unemployed?
If retirement age is indeed reduced by the govt. to 53-59 years, India will have the dubiois distinction of being the only country in the world to retire its Govt. employees even at 53 years of age surpassing Nepal and Indonesia and behind only Turkey.
Our Prime Minister has been working very hard and has been successful in projecting the image of India in the world as the soon-to-be-a-developed country , but this image will suffer a setback if, by reducing the retirement age to as low as 53 years, India is made to be next only to Turkey where the retirement age is 45 years, the lowest in the world. Even in Pakistan the retirement age of Govt. servants was increased from 60 to 62 years, while life expectancy there is lower (67.39 years) than in India (68.13 years). Pakistan increased the retirement age despite having a higher unemployment rate (5.37) than India (3.72).
It is hoped that it is only a rumour, but if 7th CPC indeed recommends the criteria for retirement as 33/60, it is expected it will back such a recommendation with a rationale behind it. Merely the reason for creation of jobs behind this recommendation will not be fair as no other country does so – not even Pakistan! Govt. should not accept this recommendation.
Ram Avtar Parashar says:
Criteria for retirement (33 years service) is not justified because the person who enters job at an early age because of his intellect will suffer
venkateswarlu says:
The proposal of retirement on basis of 58 year/33 years is good news for unemployed educated youths. As far as existing employees concerned, please prepare mentally for retirement. I request hon. Modiji that please provide alternative work for these retired government employees in PPP.
sk sahu says:
It is great recommendations by committee specially regarding the retirement age i.e. 33 yrs of service or 60 yrs of age which ever is earlier. It will give chance to the new generation which is technically updated and sound. Hope everybody is agree.

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Open Letter To PM: Why I Won’t #GiveItUp So Ministers Can Get ‘Free Phone Calls’ By Sanjana C

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houdhury

Dear Mr. Prime Minister,
Every time we open a newspaper or switch on the TV, we encounter your smiling face asking us to join the #GiveItUpMovement, apparently to “Be a Proud Partner in Nation Building”. What you’re asking us to ‘give up’ is the measly LPG subsidy that we are entitled to. But here is why I won’t.
Image source: youtube.com
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Currently, an Indian household is entitled to get twelve 14.2 Kg cylinders of domestic cooking gas per year. At the subsidised rate, each cylinder costs Rs. 417.82 while the market price stands at Rs. 608.50 (for Indane Gas in Delhi). So,for each household the subsidy is Rs. 190.68 per cylinder and amounts to a measly sum of Rs.2,288.16 per year. As of now, each Member of Parliament gets a monthly salary of Rs. 50,000, constituency allowance of Rs. 45,000 and office expence allowance of Rs. 45,000, adding up to Rs.140,000. Surely, the government can spend Rs. 2288 for each household when it can pay each MP a whopping Rs. 1.4 lakh per month.
Each minute of a Parliament session costs us, the tax payers, Rs. 29,000. So while the politicians rage and create a ruckus, passing no legislations of value or even coming close to debating any, the money that’s wasted there is fine, while we must go on to give up the LPG subsidy. Why?
Our tax goes to feed the MPs
The Indian citizen is hard-put to pay his Income Tax, Service Tax, Property Tax, Value Added Tax and what-not, but the rich MPs have enjoyed an overwhelming subsidy of Rs 60 crores at the parliament canteens over the last 5 years alone. The Rangarajan committee has outrageously drawn the urban poverty line at Rs. 47 which, hilariously enough, can only be applicable if one is dining at the parliament canteen.
Evidently, the government believes it more worthwhile to spend Rs 200 crores to build a statue of Sardar Patel rather than provide Minimum Support Price MSP for farmers. While the nation clamours for One Rank One Pension for ex-servicemen, the government wastes money on celebrating Yoga Day, and trying to make a success out of the inefficientUID project.
And really, who are we “building the nation” for?
While the common man is constantly struggling to meet his bills, the government pays hundreds of crores on the Ministers and MPs. They receive amenities to travel in AC First Class by any railway in India on the strength of his ID card when every other Indian must pay Rs. 1203 for similar facilities for a 50 Km ride on the Rajdhani Express. They can travel by air, free of cost, and even get 34 free air journeys along with spouse or relatives but for the Indian citizen thelowest possible airfare is around Rs. 4000 (from Mumbai to Delhi).
The official website of Indian Lok Sabha states that, our MPs are entitled to license-free flats along with furniture worth Rs.60,000 throughout their terms of office. In addition to this, they receive free supply of 4000 Kl of water and 50,000 units of electricity per annum. Besides these facilities, they can have upto 3 telephones without paying installation or rental costs, and are entitled to 150,000 free calls from these telephones.
So all I want to ask is this, do we have to #GiveItUp so that our respected ministers can get free phone calls?
Respectfully, An Indian Citizen

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