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New Delhi, Sept 12:

The joint consultative machinery for all Central Government staff has demanded that one rank one pension be implemented for all current and future pensioners. The demand is to implement it in the Seventh Pay Commission.
The move comes shortly after the Government decided to implement OROP for defence personnel.
OROP already exists for the judges of the Supreme Court, High Court and CAG, the letter stated, written by Shiva Gopal Mishra, Secretary, joint consultative machinery, Central Government Employees.

Click here to view: Pension and Other Retirement Benefits: Part II of NC, JCM Memorandum submitted to 7th CPC

The letter has been written to the Seventh Pay Commission Chairman Justice Ashok Kumar Mathur.

(Source: The Hindu)

Chapter IV of NC, JCM Memorandum submitted to 7th CPC related to OROP to CGE

CHAPTER – IV

Parity Between Past And Future Pensioners

4.1 The Government have recently announced that “One Rank One Pension” shall be implemented in respect of Armed Forces so that the glaring disparity between the persons of equivalent rank and status do not draw vastly unequal pensions if they retire at different point of time, is undone. Already there is a complete parity in pension among the Judges of Supreme Court, High Court and the Comptroller and Auditor General of India, irrespective of the date of their retirement.
4.2 In so far as the Civilian Employees are concerned the principle of parity in pension between the past and the future pensioners was implemented by the Government as had been recommended by the V CPC. The V CPC recommended that “as a follow up of our basic objective of parity we would recommend that the pension of all pre-1986 retirees may be updated by notional fixation of pay as on 1.1.1986 by adopting the same formula (Revised Pay Rules) as far as the serving employees. This step would bring all the past pensioners to a common platform on to the 4th CPC pay scales as on 1.1.1986. Thereafter, all pensioners who have been brought on the 4th CPC pay scales by notional fixation of pay and those who have retired on or after 1.1.1986 can be treated alike in regard to consolidation of their pension as on 1.1.1996 by allowing the same fitment weightage as may be allowed to the serving employees”. They further recommended that “the consolidated pension shall not be less than 50% of the minimum pay of the post as revised by the CPC held by the pensioner at the time of retirement”. The V CPC further said that “this attainment of reasonable parity needs to be continued so as to achieve complete parity over a period of time”. However the VI CPC totally ignored these recommendations of the V CPC and has reintroduced the element of disparity by not adopting the same formula for post 1996 retirees, and by not recommending the same fitment benefit and other recommendations liberalising the pension rules in respect of pre-2006 retirees. Thus a huge disparity between pre-2006 and post-2006 retirees has been created by the VI CPC.

 

 

4.3 We therefore urge that pay of every pre-2014 retiree should be notionally redetermined (corresponding to the post from which he or she retired and not corresponding to the scale from which he or she retired) as if he or she is not retired and then the pension be computed under the revised liberalised rules which are to be applicable to the post-2014 retirees under the same rules which would be applicable to employees in service as on 1.1.2014.

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  • Sreelakshmi Sudey 6 years ago

    Col Lamba sir you have given correct fitting reply unless an individual experiences the sacrifices the do realise because whenever there is train accident ' earthquake natural calamities only Army has rush why not railway called they have to realise
    S M Reddy Airveteran Hyd

    • This is Maya. It makes blind and Pessimist with negative attitude. We cannot help. Only God may help if prayed for otherwise Creation is full of miseries. God help those who help themselves.

  • Anonymous 6 years ago

    Approx 40% medical defense pensioners have joined medical college post and are recieving pension and salary simultaneously. Blocking post of young medicos not having lucrative pension and any other advantage. They have also done duties 24 x 7.

    • Defence pensioners creat vacancies by their retirement and serve Nation with achieved experience in national Interest as per GOI laid down policies. Youth are free to fill vacancies created by pensioners. Jobs taken over by pensioners can not be fulfilled by inexperience youths.

  • Nilesh Redekar 6 years ago

    Very well said Col Lamba. No civilian dares to speak against the SEVAKS (so called NETAS…politicians) of this Country as how much money is wasted on them, as last parliament session 261 crores were washed away for few days sitting.

  • Anonymous 6 years ago

    The above requires a fitting reply .The beneficiaries should keep shut and do not bark again

    • Very right. Let the dogs bark, ESM must fight for their issues. Why ESM pay attention to what others demanding. Every one can have his demand no one can stap. It is upto GOI to take justified demand.we ESM have duty to National Defence and Protection. Here no one can come in our way. Harm to our country will not be tolerated.

  • THOSE STALWARTS ASKING OROP FOR CIV OR SUPPORTING THEM KINDLY READ & THEN SAY

    1] WOULD LIKE TO STEP DOWN FROM SERVICE FROM 60 YEARS E TO 35 YEARS AS IN ARMY ,,
    2] WOULD YOU LIKE TO SHED NFU STATUS AS IT IS NOT AVAILABLE TO ARMY
    3] WOULD LIKE TO SERVE FOR 24X7 AS IN ARMY & ,,, NO OVERTIME
    4[ WOULD YOU LIKE TO FOREGO ALL RAILWAY FREE PASSES & FREEBEES
    5[ WOULD YOU LIKE TO SERVE IN DIFFICULT AREAS.. LIKE SNOW BOUND,JUNGLES,DESERTS EXTRA WITHOUT LIGHT & HOUSE ALTHOUGH MSP WILL BE PAID TO YOU
    6[ WOULD YOU LIKE TO WORK UNDER ENEMY FIRE 24X7
    7[ YOUR ONE DAY STRIKE COST TO GOVT IS 25000 CRORES , SO GOVT SHOULD RECOVER THIS LOSS AS FORCES CANNOT GO ON STRIKE SO SHOULD BE,
    8] govt has infused 500000 crores to off set NPA of banks , Result of non performer babus & bankers, that does not pinch to you but pension of old warriors & widow pinches you . WE PUNISH FOR LOSS,, WOULD YOU LIKE IN SUCH CASES BANKERS &BABUS BE PUNISHED
    9] THEIR WILL BE NO AID TO CIVIL POWER .. PAY FOR YOUR DEEDS & FAILURES. ARMY DOES NOT ASK FOR SUCH AIDS
    10] ] LET ALL OF US ACCEPT 1973 STATUS.. 70 % PENSION TO FORCES & 30 % FOR CIV
    11] INITIALLY PRINCES & CHILDRE FROM ELLITE FAMILIES USE TO COME TO ARMY , SO ELLITE MUST BE FORCED TO JOIN AGAIN

    gentleman DO not only be off the track but avoid behaving like anti national element
    OROP HAS BEEN ACCEPTED BY 2 GOVT & SC
    1[ who are you to insult 2 govt + parliament + special committee + direction of supreme court who have accepted OROP & have decided to pay
    2]right promise & work of PM seems to be weakness to you,, so u are against PM too.
    3] learn from Subash ji,, who said u give blood i will give freedom
    we gave blood & now you are enjoying freedom ,, at least do not be thankless

    COL LAMBA

    • Most appropriate clarification with needed transformation of mind. Let we defence personnel not pay attention to it. If GOI gives it importance, I request Three Chiefs to request GOI to shift Railway to Defence and Defence to Railway. We defence personnel will manage to run railway and will not request for OROP. Regards,
      DSLS

    • I fully agree with Col Lamba Sir, no one can match combatant forces, so they deserve OROP

    • I agree, what is the meaning of OROP. combatants should get. those soldiers give lives for fighting their country civilians.