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Monday, August 13, 2012

One Rank One Pension - Lok Sabha Q&A

Ministry of Defence 13-August, 2012

On the recommendations of PMO, a Committee was set up under the Chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary in June, 2009 to look into the issue of `One Rank One Pension and other related matters`. After considering all aspects of the matter, the Committee keeping in mind the spirit of the demand, suggested several measures to
substantially improve pensionary benefits of Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBOR) and Commissioned Officers, which have been accepted by the Government and orders for implementation of all the recommendations have been issued. 

Government has constituted a Committee headed by Cabinet Secretary and consisting of Principal Secretary to Prime Minister, Defence Secretary, Expenditure Secretary, Secretary (ESW) and Secretary, DOP&T for looking into the pay and pension related issues of relevance to Defence Services Personnel and Ex-servicemen. The Committee has already had several meetings and the recommendations of the Committee are to be submitted to the Government by 8.8.2012. Action on the recommendations can be taken after the committee`s report is processed and accepted by the government. 

This information was given by Minister of State for Defence Shri MM PallamRajuin a written reply to Shrimati Ingrid Mcleod and others in Lok Sabha today. 

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Details of Lok Sabha Q&A
Question
Answer
(a)          the current status of implementation of One Rank One Pension for the Ex-servicemen on the basis of the report of a Committee headed by the Cabinet Secretary, constituted by the Government;
(a)          On the recommendations of PMO, a Committee was set up under the Chairmanship of Cabinet Secretary in June, 2009 to look into the issue of ‘One Rank One Pension and other related matters’. After considering all aspects of the matter, the Committee keeping in mind the spirit of the demand, suggested several measures to substantially improve pensionary benefits of Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBOR) and Commissioned Officers, which have been accepted by the Government and orders for implementation of all the recommendations have been issued.
(b)          whether several demands of Ex-servicemen in this regard are still pending for decision and if so, the details thereof;
 (c)           whether the Government has again constituted a Committee to look into the pay and pension related grievances of the serving and retired defence personnel;
 (d)          if so, the details thereof including the terms of reference of the Committee; and
 (e)          the time by which the report is likely to be submitted to the Government and the recommendations implemented?
(b) to (e):            Government has constituted a Committee headed by Cabinet Secretary and consisting of Principal Secretary to Prime Minister, Defence Secretary, Expenditure Secretary, Secretary (ESW) and Secretary, DOP&T for looking into the pay and pension related issues of relevance to Defence Services Personnel and Ex-servicemen. The Committee has already had several meetings and the recommendations of the Committee are to be submitted to the Government by 8.8.2012. Action on the recommendations can be taken after the committee’s report is processed and accepted by the government.



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  1. Please intimate regarding the revised pension table for pension payment to Armed Forces PBOR defence personnel who have transferred to pension establishment on or after 01 January 2006 on sanctioned the long pending demand of one rank one pension on 24 September 2012 as per direction of Government of India, Ministry of defence. Also intimate the pension of Honorary Naib Subedar who have served in Army for 24 years and retired on or after 01 January 2006. With best regard, Honorary Naib Subedar Vijai Kumar

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