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Friday, August 10, 2012

'One Rank One Pension' for Ex-Servicemen is unlikely to recommend


An article published by CNN-IBN, to be a big disappointment for the ex-servicemen community, stated that the PM-appointed pay panel is unlikely to recommend One Rank One Pension.   One rank one pension implies uniform pension for army personnel retiring in the same rank with the same length of service irrespective of their date of retirement, and mandates that any future enhancement in the rates of pension be automatically passed on to past pensioners.  The demand was raised way back in 1981 and still remains unresolved.  


The panel led by the Cabinet Secretary is keen to push for the concept of modified parity, which means new pay grades will be fixed specifically for pension purposes.  It is likely to agree on common pay scales for Junior Commissioned Officers and ORs, enhancement of widow pension, and a green signal for Non-Functional upgradation to commissioned officers.

The six-member committee under Cabinet Secretary Ajit Seth that has been looking into it, has been asked by the government to finalise its recommendations and submit a report to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh by 8 August. 

The PM is likely to announce some welfare measures for defence veterans including ‘one-rank-one-pension’ on 15 August. 

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5 comments:

  1. There was no announcement about OROP or anything about modified parity as was hyped by the media and and so many other news agencies. This was to hoodwink all faujis.

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  2. There was no announcement about OROP or anything about modified parity as was hyped by the media and and so many other news agencies. This was to hoodwink all faujis.

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  3. One rank one pension for ORs or 70% pension is long outstanding decision of Govt. Govt is kind enough to do betterment of Ex men but is not yet finanlised.

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  4. sir my 14269531H HAV P.ADINARAYANA corps of signal(TER)
    I RETIRED ON 31ST OCTOBER 2003 .I COMPLETED 18 YEARS SERVICE SO TELL ME HOW MUCH BENIFIT IN ONE PAY ONE RANK PLSSS...MY EMAIL ID adinarayanaex@gmail.com,nandini.cute.p@gmail.com, if any latest updates will come pls kindly inform me send to my mail id pls .....sir

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  5. sir 14269531H HAV P.ADINARAYANA CORPS OF SIGNAL(TER).I RETIRED ON 31ST OCTOBER 2003 .i completed 18 years service so how much i get benifit in one pay one rank plss send me kind information about that . my mail id is adinarayanaex@gmail.com (or)nandini.cute.p@gmail.com .plssssssssssss send me any latest updates will come pls sir

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