One-Man Judicial Panel On One Rank One Pension Submits Report To Manohar Parrikar: NDTV
New Delhi: The one-man judicial committee on One Rank One Pension (OROP) set up by the government today submitted its report to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday.
The Centre had appointed the committee under the Chairmanship of retired Chief Justice of Patna High Court L Narasimha Reddy to look into the anomalies, if any, arising out of implementation of OROP.
The judicial committee had held hearings at around 20 cities and towns across the country and interacted with cross sections of ex-servicemen as well as their associations, a statement by the ministry said.
The committee also received 704 representations from individuals and various ex-servicemen associations and had held extensive interactions with all stakeholders before submitting its report.
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I hope government may place this report to media to prove its innocence to ex servicemen.
This is all drama for delaying the implementation. Ek photo khich liya bathane k liya that we are doing for u. Aray don't beg infront of them. Aray in politicians ne toh Armed forces ko bhi nahi baksha apany wah wahi lootne. Aur public ko chuna langane. Yeh tumhe kuch nahi dene wale orop se experience nahi mila kya aap logon ko. Soo jo mil raha hai woh chup chap lelo. Aur election mein inko inka rasata dikhaon.
I hope this report will not keep in a cold storage by the government. Some past reports never saw the light. In my opinion, the report is likely to be appear in the media since it is not confidential than the surgical operation conducted by the brave soldiers of Indian Army.