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Ex-Servicemen To Take Out ‘Sainik Ekta’ Rally Tomorrow

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New Delhi: The protesting ex-servicemen will go ahead with their proposed ‘Sainik Ekta’ rally tomorrow here to press for “honest and truthful justice” as they rejected the ‘One Rank One Pension’ scheme announced by the government even as some groups disassociated itself from the event.
Maj Gen (Retd) Satbir Singh (centre)
Maj Gen (Retd) Satbir Singh (right)
“The rally will take place at Jantar Mantar tomorrow morning. We have raised seven issues and if the government accepts it or gives us concrete assurance on paper, we are ready to pack up and leave,” Maj Gen (Retd) Satbir Singh, Chairman of Indian Ex-Servicemen Movement told reporters here.
He also rejected charges of financial irregularity as “baseless” and said that every single penny is accounted for.
“We have all record and receipts. A proper audit will be carried out. We reject such insinuation against us,” he said.
Various ex-servicemen groups have come under the common banner of United Front of Ex-Servicemen Movement (UFESM) and have been leading a series of protest across the country for the last nearly three months demanding implementation of OROP.
However, cracks appeared in the front this week, with various factions leveling allegations against each other.
While a section of the veterans are against holding of the rally tomorrow, others feel that they have been let down by the government which had announced OROP on Saturday last.
On Wednesday, Lt Gen (Retd) Balbir Singh, a key member of the front that was formed to hold agitation demanding OROP, announced the exit of his group Indian Ex-Services League citing lack of cohesiveness and continuity of protests.
Maj Gen (Retd) Satbir Singh and others have rejected the government’s version of OROP and have now put forward seven points of dissent.
“The government has created avoidable confusion by including VRS (Voluntary Retirement Scheme) in their announcement as it does not exist in the defence forces.
However, those who have taken pre-mature retirement must come under OROP,” Satbir said.
The veterans have also objected to the government taking calender year 2013 instead of financial year 2013-14 for fixing the base. “The Defence Minister had earlier assured that the pensions would be taken from the top of the pay scales whereas now the government seems to have gone to an unknown concept,” he said.
The ex-servicemen are also opposed to formation of one-man judicial commission and demanded that it should comprise three ex-servicemen, one serving officer and a bureaucrat. Also, the deadline for the commission to come out with a report on the implementation of the OROP should be one month instead of the six as proposed by the government.
The protesting veterans have also demanded that the OROP should be independent of the Central Pay Commission and the concept should be in perpetuity.
Rejecting government’s proposal for pension revision every five years, Satbir said, “We had agreed to even two years but now we seek our original demand of revision every year”.
He also rejected that cracks have appeared in the veterans community saying “four people leaving UFESM does not mean anything”.
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Dearness Allowance Rates (DA Rates)

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Effective RatesRates of DA OrderEffective RatesRates of DA Order
01.01.19960%DA OM01.01.200143%DA OM
01.07.19964%DA OM01.07.200145%DA OM
01.01.19978%DA OM01.01.200249%DA OM
01.07.199713%DA OM01.07.200252%DA OM
01.01.199816%DA OM01.01.200355%
01.07.199822%DA OM01.07.200359%
01.01.199932%DA OM01.01.200461%
01.07.199937%DA OM01.03.2004DA MergerDA OM
01.01.200038%DA OM
01.07.200041%DA OM
The Central Government had merged 50% of the Dearness Allowance (DA) with the basic pay w.e.f. 01.04.2004 and the Dearness Allowance continued to be calculated with reference to the AICPI (IW) average as on 1st January, 1996 of 306.33 without changing the index base consequent to the merger. Accordingly, Dearness Allowance (DA) at following rates were sanctioned from 01.07.2004 till 01.07.2007.
Effective RatesRates of DA OrderEffective RatesRates of DA Order
01.07.200414%DA OM01.07.200629%DA OM
01.01.200517%DA OM01.01.200735%DA OM
01.07.200521%DA OM01.07.200741%DA OM
01.01.200624%DA OM01.01.200847%DA OM
01.07.200854%DA OM
The Central Government on the recommendations of the Sixth Central Pay Commission had decided that the Dearness Allowance (DA) admissible to all categories of Central Government employees shall be at the following rates.
Effective RatesRates of DA OrderEffective RatesRates of DA Order
01.01.20060%DA OM01.07.201045%DA OM
01.07.20062%DA OM01.01.201151%DA OM
01.01.20076%DA OM01.07.201158%DA OM
01.07.20079%DA OM01.01.201265%DA OM
01.01.200812%DA OM01.07.201272%DA OM
01.07.200816%DA OM01.01.201380%DA OM
01.01.200922%DA OM01.07.201390%DA OM
01.07.200927%DA OM01.01.2014100%DA OM
01.01.201035%DA OM01.07.2014107%DA OM
01.01.2015113%DA OM

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OROP Protest Team Splits; No Change in Agitation Plans, says UFESM

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“The joint action organization that went on a fast unto death and relay fasts demanding the immediate implementation of OROP has split.”
The United Front of Ex-Servicemen Movement (UFESM), which stood united and showed the kind of determination that made even the stubborn Centre fall on its knees, has now split. It is worth mentioning here that the split in the veterans group had occurred after the success of the protest.
There are plenty of ex-servicemen’s associations in India. Around 40 such associations had united to launch the protests demanding OROP. Three months ago, these associations came together and stepped up their protests.
UFESM began its relay fast in Jantar Mantar, which soon caught the attention of the entire nation. The relay fast became fast unto death at one stage, demanding the immediate implementation of OROP. One could say that almost all the newspapers and mediahouses in the country were in support of the ex-servicemen who were demanding the OROP scheme.
The centre, which was dragging the issue for various reasons, at one point, came under attack from all quarters, and had no choice but to announce the implementation of OROP.
On September 5, the Minister of Defence announced the OROP scheme. As soon as the announcement was made, the UFESM ended its fast-unto-death protests. Yet, there were some clauses that UFESM was not happy with, and said that relay fasts against those clauses would continue.
Meanwhile, the team under the leadership of Balbir Singh announced yesterday that it was quitting the UFESM. They have accused lack of discipline and unity, and the politicizing of the issue to be the reasons for their decision to quit. The aim of the protests was to make the government announce the OROP, which has been achieved. Protests could also be held against some of the sticking anomalies in the OROP, but that will have to wait until the Government implements the order in writing, says Balbir Singh.
But, UFESM has announced that, as planned earlier, the EKTA Rally procession will be held at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar in Saturday.

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Seventh Pay Commission Report Will Be ‘Badly Affected’ Following Recent OROP Announcement

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New Delhi: The recent One Rank One Pension (OROP) announcement has to take it toll on Seventh pay commission report for central government employees.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
The Government has announced the One Rank One Pension scheme for the Ex-Servicemen. The estimated cost of One Rank One Pension (OROP) on arrears alone to the exchequer would be Rs 8000 to 10000 crore at present, and will increase further in future.
Seventh pay commission will definitely bring also toll on the exchequer as government has to manage OROP’s expenditures before Seventh pay commission expenditures.
Experts say that Central government’s salary bill will rise by 9.56% to Rs 1,00,619 crore after Seventh pay commission will come into effect.
Pay commission report will be out in a few months. As the Pay Commission merges existing DA with basic salary of government employees, the annual pension costs will go up substantially; and that will rise further depending upon the actual pay hike that is considered.
Officials of the finance ministry argue that the next Budget will not be badly affected since there is a cushion provided by, for instance, low oil prices—the OROP arrears and pay commission are not to be paid out at one go, but will be paid in installments.
This OROP announcement will be affected Seventh pay commission report badly, especially in salary hike and increasing allowances,” said a pay panel official.
“We have to look financial health of government before submitting our report. We have to save financial position of government to run the nation smoothly. We are not only to work for pay hike.” he added.
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Seventh Pay Commissions report to be implemented ahead of states elections in May

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New Delhi: Ahead of the states’ assembly elections in May’ 2016, the Central government may implement the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission after receiving the report of the pay panel within this year, which will benefit 50 lakh central government employees and 56 lakh pensioners including dependents.

“The central government will decide execution time of the pay commission’s proposals after the pay panel submits its report, which will be possible pre-election “special packages” for West Bengal, Assam, Kerala and Tamil Nadu, which are all due for polls by May 2016,” an official of the Finance Ministry said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Just like one rank one pension (OROP) was announced by Modi government on 5th of this month ahead of Bihar Assembly election despite huge financial burden to get majority seats of his party in Bihar Assembly.
OROP announcement not only is pre-election BJP’s special package but also Union cabinet approved six percent increase in DA for central government employees on Wednesday, making the total to 119 percent, on a day the Election Commission announced poll dates for Bihar is a move that would benefit the BJP in Bihar Assembly Election.
Accordingly, JD (U) leader K C Tyagi said, “The Modi government gave a ‘political bribe’ to voters. I welcome the DA hike for central government employees, but, I feel the, timing of the announcement is not correct.”
BJP needs to win most state elections in the next four years to gain control of the Rajya Sabha, where seats are distributed based on the strength of parties in state assemblies.
A defeat for Prime Minister Narendra Modi would harm his chances of consolidating power in parliament, where his reform agenda is being blocked because his party is in the minority in the Rajya Sabha.
So, Modi led BJP government is ready to give any sop to win states assemblies electons.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on August 30, that report of Seventh Pay Commission for central government employees was coming shortly.
However, Chairman of the Seventh Pay Commission, Justice Ashok Kumar Mathur told PTI on August 25, “The Commission will submit its report by the end of September.”
Now, it is expected that recommendations of Seventh Pay Commission, will be implemented before the announcement of West Bengal, Assam, Kerala and Tamil Nadu states assemblies’ election in May 2016.
The Seventh Pay Commission, which was set up by the UPA government, was required to submit its report by August-end.The government constitutes the Pay Commission almost every 10 years to revise the pay scale of its employees and often these are adopted by states after some modifications.
The Commission has already completed discussions with various stakeholders, including organisations, federations, groups representing civil employees as well as Defence services and is in the process of finalising its recommendations.
The recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission are scheduled to come into effect from January 1, 2016.
The Sixth Pay Commission was implemented with effect from January 1, 2006, the fifth from January 1, 1996 and the fourth from January 1, 1986.
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Government mulls inducting ex servicemen into police forces

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New Delhi: Days after announcing the implementation of OROP scheme for ex-servicemen, the Narendra Modi government is working on a plan to induct retired defence personnel into police forces.
Reports suggested that the government has started examining issues related to induction of jawans into the police forces.
The latest development came a day ahead of the veterans plan to hold a rally at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi against 'partial' implementation of OROP.
There are also reports of differences among ex-servicemen over tomorrow's rally as it is believed that the rally could be an impediment to the finalisation of the declaration on OROP.

(Source- India TV)

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PM hits out at Congress over Parliament deadlock, asks Jawans to thank the poor and comman man for OROP

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Chandigarh:  Sep 11, 2015 14:49 IST  - Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday hit out at Congress over deadlock in Parliament, saying 40 MPs are "conspiring" to hamper the country's development against the wishes of 400 MPs which is an "insult" to democracy. In a hard-hitting speech at a public meeting, he said he decided to share his feelings before the public because 'jan sabha' (public assembly) is above Lok Sabha where the government's voice was being "throttled" despite being given a massive mandate by the people.

PM Narendra Modi. PTI
PM Narendra Modi. PTI
Time has come to spread awareness about democracy in the country and for the people to pressurise their representatives to do their work in Parliament by asking questions and debating issues and letting the Houses function, he said after inaugurating a slew of projects.
The people will not forgive such opposition parties, Modi said. "Beyond Lok Sabha is 'jan sabha' and that is why I am expressing my views here. Some people (opposition) are doing this just for their arrogance. There can be nothing more unfortunate than this. 
The people will not forgive these parties for their conduct in Parliament," he said. "40 MPs are conspiring to block development of the country against the wishes of the 400 MPs," the Prime Minister said attacking Congress.
Noting that the region sends large number of people to the armed forces, he said his government delivered on its promise of implementing one-rank, one-pension (OROP). The Prime Minister said no previous government paid adequate attention to the enormity of the exercise and attacked the previous UPA dispensation, saying if it had thought about it then it would not allotted only Rs 500 crore.
The armed forces veterans should thank the poor people of the country for implementing OROP which entails a whopping Rs 10,000 crore expenditure per annum, he said. Addressing the rally, Modi said, "The previous government never knew what is OROP, its responsibilities and what steps needed to be taken (to implement it) and no government thought about it. Had the previous government considered it, they would not have only earmarked Rs 500 crore."
He said, "We also thought that perhaps the expenditure on OROP will be a bit more than Rs 500 crore. But when we calculated the whole scheme, its expenditure reached Rs 10,000 crore. This amount is not small. But it is also not bigger than the sacrifice made by our jawans."
The Prime Minister said, "Do not give credit to our government nor Narendra Modi (for implementation of OROP). I ask the jawans they should thank poor people and common man of the country."
He also said, "Even now I am seeing some people have not left their plans to hold protest on this issue. They thought that this issue was so complicated that they would be able to exploit the issue for next 5 years."
(Source- F.post)

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This OROP Doesn’t Cut It

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Photo: Ministry of Defence
Photo: Ministry of Defence
In a major development that was aimed at breaking an impasse between ex- servicemen and the Government on the implementation of (), Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on 5 September finally announced the scheme. “The issue of  has been pending for nearly four decades,” he said during the press conference adding that it was a “matter of deep anguish that various governments have remained ambivalent on the  issue.”
Sitting nearly three km away, a congregation of ex-servicemen, who had been waiting for this day since the advent of the  nearly three months back, held on to their hopes. The long battle finally seemed to be heading to a conclusion; anticipation was at its peak. Though there were reports of mixed responses from the veterans, disappointment followed soon after. According to the ex-servicemen, key demands discussed in the meeting with Parrikar were not addressed. However, the indefinite hunger strike was called off as a ‘mark of respect’ after the tokenist intervention by the government. The common sentiment echoed by the veterans was that of the whole issue being ‘diluted’ by the government from what was discussed in the meetings.
“There is no question of being happy or not happy. It is after 40 years that the demand is being fulfilled. We are thankful to the PM, the Defence Minister,  Chief of Army Staff Dalbir Singh Suhag and all those who helped us in this. It is a step in the right direction, however, the issue has not been fully addressed. Therefore, while we have lifted the indefinite hunger strike, we are continuing with the relay hunger strike and there will be a big rally on 12 September. We will continue our struggle, intensify it and spread our word,” says Major General (retd) Satbir Singh, who is spearheading the .
What leaves the protesters dissatisfied, among other issues, is the press statement released by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) in which the defence minister said, “Personnel who voluntarily retire from service will not be covered under the  scheme.” Voluntary Retirement from Service (VRS) is a scheme which is often offered by private companies wherein, a one-time lump sum amount is given to an employee upon retiring voluntarily as a gesture of ‘goodwill’. However, there is nothing such as a VRS in the defence forces. The term, which army servicemen are familiar with is Pre Mature Retirement (PMR) wherein one can take voluntary retirement after a minimum Qualifying Service (QS) of 20 years.
The veterans were thus left seething with anger as confusion regarding the matter spread. They also criticised the government for an utter lack of transparency and attempts at spreading confusion in addressing the issue.
“There is no such thing as VRS in the defence forces. It is for company laws. This is what they have wanted to do from the beginning, delay the issue as much as possible. Initially we were very happy since we felt that we were making progress but now we are not. Neither Parrikar nor anyone from the government has met us after the announcement. There is also no clarity on the implementation yet. This is why we are still continuing with our . It is very clear that they have purposely brought these clauses to delay the issue further,” says Wing Commander (retd) MMS Paintal.
n a bid to clear the air around the scheme, PM  on 6 September said that he will ensure that  benefits also apply to those who take voluntary retirement, however, confusion regarding the clause still persists as varying statements have been made by Parrikar.
“The confusion will stay until we get a report from the government. We want to be applicable to all pensioners,” Maj General (retd) Satbir Singh tells Tehelka. Similar sentiments are echoed by others among the ex-servicemen. Even those in the MOD are unclear regarding the exact structure of the scheme.
A source from within the ministry tells Tehelka that they are equally unsure as anyone else, “Officially, we haven’t been briefed, we will get a clear picture only when the order comes from the higher ups,” he says. Sources within the ministry also say that the term ‘VRS’ was brought in after the file was sent to the Finance Ministry headed by . Many ex-servicemen feel that vested interests of bureaucrats have a hand to play in the matter.
The ex-sevicemen also complain that four key demands, which were discussed at length with the defence minister, being excluded from the scheme. The press statement issued by Parrikar states, “To begin with,  would be fixed on the basis of calendar year 2013.” However, the ex-servicemen find it difficult to make sense of what a ‘calendar year’ might mean for their pension plan since all such plans operate according to the financial year. Major General (retd) Satbir Singh says that there is nothing known as a ‘calendar year’ for a pension base. He adds, “Going according to this ‘calendar year’ plan might mean that one full increment will be lost. It means that the government wants to save Rs 8,300 crore by manipulating the scheme, which is unauthorised, illegal and unacceptable.”
Being a complex issue,  requires a thorough examination of interests of retirees from different periods and ranks.
Therefore, it was also decided in the meetings that a five member Judicial Committee, consisting of three ex-servicemen, one serving officer and one member from the MOD, would be constituted to prepare a report within 30 days. However, the defence minister went ahead and formed a one member judicial committee which would be required to report in six months. The announcement of the committee clearly does not sit well with the veterans.
It was announced that the new pension for all pensioners retiring in the same rank and with the same length of service would be the average of the minimum and maximum pension for 2013. Therefore, ex-servicemen would only benefit on the average amount of pay scales. The five year revision clause is another major bone of contention. The demand was for revising the pension clause annually only then would the  scheme be successful. Lieutenant (retd) Kameshwar Pandey explains, “, by definition, means that if a person of a particular rank has retired irrespective of the time, his pension must be the same as the person retiring now with the same rank and year of service. Now the government has kept the base line of the pension as 2013, so if you give us pensions with that as the base year today in 2015 how will it still be ? It is diluted version, a parody of the . How will it still remain the same if it is revised in gaps of five years?”
Most clauses announced in the orop scheme have been contradictory to the demands of the ex-servicemen. While they have accused the government of playing puppets to bureaucratic hands, the  has been on a self-congratulatory spree for implementing the controversial scheme within 15 months. Members of the ruling party have lost no opportunity in taking digs at the -led government for failing to implement the scheme and hailing the bravado of PM Modi for ‘fulfilling’ his electoral promise. “PM Shri Modi has fulfilled his commitment and approved  for armed forces personnel,” concluded Parrikar in his speech on . The ex-servicemen, on the other hand, plan to continue their agitation till further clarification is given.

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Officers and Lower Ranks Biggest OROP Beneficiaries

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NEW DELHI: Despite the NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi fulfilling the four-decade-long demand of One Rank, One Pension by former defence personnel, some unions of the ex-servicemen have decided to continue their agitation.
Even as a faction named the Indian Ex-servicemen League withdrew from the agitation, saying the movement was being politicised, the United Front of Ex-servicemen Movement has decided to hold a mega rally on Saturday, September 12 at Jantar Matar here. The union has seven objections to the OROP scheme announced by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar last weekend.
A union of retired jawans are also holding a rally on September 17, saying their demands were not met. Till the government notification is issued, it is not possible to fix the amount of pension that each soldier would get, as it depends on variables like rank, length of service and year of retirement. However, speaking to some ex-servicemen, Express has tried to draw up a calculation on what One Rank, One Pension would mean for the personnel.
Personnel below Officer Ranks (PBOR) who include Sepoy, Naik, Havaldar, Subedar and Subedar Major, will get a benefit of Rs 2,500-Rs 10,000 depending upon the ranks and length of service as on retirement date.
Jawans, who have a minimum of 17 years of service and who are presently drawing a monthly pension of Rs 5,000-Rs 15,000, will get an additional amount ranging from Rs 1,000 to Rs 4,000 a month, while for officers, including Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel and Brigadier, the jump will be between 15-20 per cent, which will amount to an increase of Rs 8000-Rs 20,000 a month.
Suppose a Colonel who retired in 1985 was getting Rs 50,000 pension, he will now get around Rs 62,000. A Brigadier with a similar length of service, who also retired in 1985, is entitled to Rs 65,000 pension compared to the earlier Rs 55,000.
Source :http://www.newindianexpress.

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APPOINTMENT OF CHIEF INFORMATION COMMISSIONER AND INFORMATION COMMISSIONERS

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APPOINTMENT OF CHIEF INFORMATION COMMISSIONER AND INFORMATION COMMISSIONERS IN THE CENTRAL INFORMATION COMMISSION CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

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RALLY ON 12 SEP 2015 AT JANTAR MANTAR

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                                                                             Dated: 11 SEP 2015
UNITED FRONT OF EX -SERVICEMEN
OROP IMPLEMENTATION
RALLY ON 12 SEP 2015 AT JANTAR MANTAR
FROM 10 AM TO 3PM

Dear Friends,
1.      The Govt has announced the implementation of OROP through the statement made by the RM on 05 Sep 2015.  While we appreciate   the decision of the Govt, there are a member of serious shortcomings in the statement of RM which will dilute the grant of OROP as per the approved definition. These shortcomings are givens below:-

·        Issue of VRS was wrongly brought in since in the military we have no rpt no VRS. We have Premature Retirement (PMR) where the defence personnel are allowed to retire after a given term of service to keep the Military young and other factors. OROP must be made applicable to all PMR retirees without any ifs and buts.

·        The approved definition requires that any change in the rate of pension is to be automatically passed to the past pensioner. Since, there is a change occurring every year due, to various factors, the equalization of pensions is required to be carried out once every year say  on 01 July. The Govt has stated that it would be done every five years which will defeat the very definition of OROP and will dilute the same. Many senior defence personnel will start drawing less pension than their juniors which is in contravention of the SC judgment.

·        During our discussions with the Govt, Base year 2013-2014 was accepted. This means that all past pensioners are to be brought up to 31 Mar 2014. The Govt has now stated calendar year 2013 and that too average pension of the calendar year. This will consequently deprive the pensioner of atleast one increment.  The base year should be changed to 2014-2015 since the Govt has changed the goal post of granting OROP instead of 01 Apr 2014 as per earlier Govt orders to 01 July 2014. However, we are prepared to accept 31 Mar 2014 and not the average of the calendar year 2013.

·        Another important issue is regarding granting OROP pension taking into account the top of the scale. RM, during earlier discussion had accepted top of the scale for all past pensioners for the convenience of its implement-ability.  RM has now stated that it would be average of the scale.  This must be corrected to the top of the scale.

·        OROP is a concept in perpetuity and should be stated so in the Govt letter.    

·        Implementation of OROP is independent of 7th CPC or any future CPCs. The Govt approved CPC awards should integrate with OROP and CPC must not adjudicate or interfere with the grant of OROP.

2.    Friends, in order to showcase our solidarity a SAINIK EKTA Rally is being organized on 12 Sep 2015 at Jantar Mantar from 10 AM to 3 PM . All ESM of India must attend this Rally in large numbers to strengthen protest Movement and Relay Hunger Strike across the Country.

“Acceptance of injustice will lower the Human Dignity and Respect”

“Some people of small substance get bought over while some stand up.  One who stand up “Succeed” and win the respect millions”

With Regards,   
 Yours Sincerely,
Maj Gen Satbir Singh, SM (Retd)                                                                                   
Advisor United Front of Ex Servicemen & Chairman IESM                                                                                                                      
Mobile: 9312404269, 0124-4110570                                  

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