WHAT IS YOUR CONTRIBUTION FOR GETTING O.R.O.P.?

TO CALCULATE YOUR 7 CPC, DELINKING ARREARS, O.R.O.P.ETC., ARREARS AND REVISED PENSION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: exweltrust.in

UNITY IS OUR STRENGTH

DEAR VETERANS
OUR UNITY IS VERY IMPORTANT
PLEASE HELP THE POOR JAWANS

THEY ARE MORE IN NUMBER

BRING THEM UNDER YOUR COMMAND
BY LOVE & COMPASSION
THEN YOU SEE HOW
THINGS MOVE WITH THE GOVT


PLEASE THINK IT OVER

7 CPC ORDER HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED BY GOVT.

SOME IMPROVEMENT IN PENSION FOR LOWER RANKS />
ARREARS FROM 01.07.2014.has been paid />
Minimum pension for Sep.Y15 yrs. Rs.17130 />< /> KNOW THE RATES OF DISABILITY PENSIONS

W.E.F.01.07.2014

(FOR PRE 01.01.06)(100%)
READ CDA CIRCULAR 555
Table No.76(FOR 100%)
READ CIRCULAR 555
OTHER RANKS (FOR 100%)
READ CIRCULAR 555

WAR INJURY PENSION
FOR ALL RANKS (100%)
READ CDA CIRCULAR 555

DISABILITY PENSION &
WAR INJURY PENSION
TO BE PAID WITH D.A.

CONSTANT ATTENDANCE ALLOWANCE
FOR ALL RANKS (FOR 100%)
Rs.4500/-W.E.F. 01.07.2014

MINIMUM SPECIAL FAMILY PENSION
Rs.7000/- W.E.F.01.07.2014 for 6 months service

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YOUR PENSION ENTITLEMENTS THAN

YOUR LIQUOR QUOTA

HELP ALL TO GET
CORRECT PENSION FROM BANKS

REMEMBER, THAT OUR DEMAND OF

ONE RANK ONE PENSION

ACCEPTED BY GOVT.Circular issued

But Our demands are not fully accepted

OUR FIGHT CONTINUES

JOIN THE MISSION TO WIN

THERE IS NO GAIN WITHOUT PAIN

LET US FIGHT FOR JUSTICE
OROP MEANS
EQUAL PENSION
FOR EQUAL RANK
GROUP,AND SERVICE
IRRESPECTIVE OF DATE
OF RETIREMENT
WHETHER POST 01.01.2006
OR PRE 01.01.2006

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"நல்ல நிர்வாகத்தால் வழங்கப்படும்

நீதி தான் உயர்ந்தது.

நீதி மன்றங்களினால் பெறப்படும் நீதிகள்

நிர்வாகத்துக்கு பெரும் அவமானம்

என்பதை நிர்வாகம்

(Ministry of Defence)

நன்கு உணர வேண்டும்."

DE LINKING ORDER ISSUED ON 30SEP16

ARREARS FOR CIR.547,548 & 560 TO BE

PAID TO ALL ELIGIBLE PENSIONERS BY BANKS

தமிழக அரசு இரண்டு குடும்ப பென்சன்

வழங்க அனுமதி அளித்துவிட்டது. செய்தி.

முன்னாள் படை வீரர் குடும்பங்களின்

நலன் காப்பது ராணுவ அமைச்சகத்தின்

தலையாய கடமையாகும்

GOVT. OF TAMIL NADU SANCTIONED

SECOND FAMILY PENSION IS A GOOD NEWS.

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Thursday, June 11, 2009

DEAR VETERANS - DO YOU KNOW IT ?

Dear Veterans- Do you know it?


The first two Central Pay Commissions (First -May 1946 and Second- Aug. 1957) did not consider the pay scales, allowances and other service conditions of Defence Forces personnel. At that time, the structure of emoluments of the Defence Forces personnel was looked into by the Departmental Committees which included the representatives of the three services.


1. Post-war Pay Committee (1949):

After the First Pay Commission, a Post -War Pay Committee was constituted for the Defence Forces personnel. The Committee simplified the pay structure of the Defence Forces personnel considerably and abolished a number of allowances which had either relevance only to war conditions or which could be merged with the pay. The Committee established a broad relativity of officers of Defence Forces with the officers of Class-I Central Services and the Indian Police Service (IPS). In Personnel Below Officer Ranks (PBORs), the fully trained infantry solider with 3 years service was equated with a semi-skilled worker. Pension related issues of the Defence Forces were considered by the Defence Forces Pension Revision Committee constituted in 1949 which gave its report in 1950.


2. Raghuramaiya Committee (1960):

Subsequent to the report of the Second Pay Commission, the consequential changes for Defence Forces Personnel were effected as per the recommendations made by the Raghuramaiah Committee that gave its report in 1960. The Committee did not modify any of the principles followed by the Post War Pay Committee. The Raghuramaiya Committee specifically mentioned that the accepted parallel between defence service officers and Class-I services of the Central Government, particularly the Indian Police Service should be continued.


3. Third Pay Commission (April 1970 – March, 1973):

The Third Pay Commission was the first Commission whose terms of reference included examination of the structure of emoluments, the retirement benefits and terms and conditions of the Defence Forces personnel. The Commission noted that the relativity of the officers in Defence Forces vis-à-vis IPS was only a working method of devising scales of pay for the service officers which did not mean that the functional role of the two services were similar. The Commission, specifically, noted that the pay structure of the Indian Administrative Service with its long pay scales was particularly unsuitable for service officers.


4. Fourth Central Pay Commission (June 1983 - Dec. 1986):

The Fourth Pay Commission recommended an integrated pay scale of Rs. 2300-100-5100 for all officers up to the rank of Brigadier & equivalent in three services and Major Generals was placed in the pay scale of Rs. 5900-6700.


It was, in fact, Fourth Central Pay Commission which gave a regular increase in pension to the old pensioners (Veterans). Minimum Pension of Rs. 375/- (Sepoy) and Maximum Pension of Rs. 4500/- (Gen.) was fixed for the old Pensioners.


Fourth Central Pay Commission met a number of Pensioner's organizations in various parts of the country other than its New Delhi office In North Zone, the Pay Commission held a meeting with the ex-servicemen at Sub. Area Hq. at Ambala Cantt. on 6-12-1984 Meeting was arranged by Brig. Irwin David. Mr. Justice Shyngl was the Chairman of the Fourth Central Pay Commission.


A deputation of ex-servicemen headed by late Lt. Gen. Gurbachan Singh 'Buch' (Retd.) which included Sgt. Prabhjot Singh Chhatwal (Retd.), the present President of Indian Ex-Services League, Punjab & Chandigarh (IESL P&C) Lt. Col. Mohinder Singh Sandhu (Retd.), the present Senior Vice President of (IESL P&C), late Hony. Capt. B.R. Soin (Retd.) and late Hony. Capt. Haqiqat Singh (Retd.), all from Patiala , met the Pay Commission for discussion of demands of ex-servicemen included in the memorandum submitted, earlier, by the Indian Ex-Services League, Punjab & Chandigarh to the Pay Commission.


Sgt. Prabhjot Singh discussed the pension case of Reservist Dalip Singh of Vill. Khanian in Tehsil. Nabha, Distt. Patiala who has been drawing Rs. 3/- P.M. as pension since 1939. The case, which was earlier highlighted in various news papers which attracted the attention of Govt. of India for a suitable disposal and hectic correspondence was made between the Govt. and the Indian Ex-Services League, Punjab & Chandigarh. The correspondence about the said case was presented to the Pay Commission which took no time to make recommendation to grant a regular increase in pension for old pensioners (Veterans) who were so far being given, some or other types of ad-hoc increases to which re-employed ex-servicemen were not entitled. Commission immediately declared that here after minimum pension will be paid to re-employed ex-servicemen. Thus, there was a regular increase in pension for the veterans as a result of sustained efforts made by Indian Ex-Services League, Punjab & Chandigarh.


5. Fifth Central Pay Commission (April, 1994 – January, 1997):


The Fifth Central Pay Commission recommended the abolition of Rank of 2nd Lieutenant. Commission also recommended abolition of integrated pay scales. For old pensioners (Veterans), Fifth Central Pay Commission recommended Rs. 1275/- P.M. as minimum pension and Rs. 15000/- P.M. as maximum pension.


6. Sixth Central Pay Commission (Oct, 2006 – March, 2008):


What the Sixth Central Pay Commission has granted to the Soldiers and the Veterans, is known to all of you and needs no description here. It has given a minimum pension of Rs. 3500/-P.M. (which covers PBORs up to rank of Hav.) and maximum pension of Rs. 45000/-P.M. (General)


Mark the difference between the minimum and the maximum pension among the Soldiers. This difference will, certainly, increase to the range of Rs. 1,30,000/- P.M. if no remedial steps are taken by the concerned quarters at the earliest.


( L.Tel. S.C. Sharma CTO Retd.)

General Secretary.

Indian Ex-Service League, Punjab & Chandigarh.

1 comment:

Govini said...

Sir, The 6th CPC recommended Rs.3500/-(min) for Civ. CG employees duly accepted by the Govt and orders issued. But the MOD too followed suit by issueing orders of this Min pension of Rs.3500/-criteria to AF pensioners without taking into a/c the MSP. The Min. basic pay/gr pay of rank/gp of AF personnel is also not taken into a/c for fixing min pension,thus rendering injustice. Another condition of 33 years qualifying service for calculating full pension is applied when Govt. while giving weitage of 10,8,6 yr toAF pensioners, ordered to count 30 years for full pension in(IMPROVEMENT IN PENSION BENEFITS scheme of 2006) and 6th CPC reduced this to 20 years. But the MOD pension orders contain 33 years stipulation,putting AF pensioners to a great disadvantage. Please take up to set right the above urgently. Thanks. Ex-Sgt Gavini VN