Sunday, October 6, 2013
PLIGHT OF 2ND WORLD WAR WIDOW -ONE MORE CASE.
We had published this article on 26th June 2012.
For our readers, we are once again publishing the same article for the information of all the viewers , particularly for our veteran brothers.
This widow was identified and helped in getting her pension revised and an arrears of about 12 lacks . As on date she is receiving –monthly pension of
Rs.23184/- (9200+3680+10304=23184) .
We are very happy that this 2 nd World War Widow is 93 yrs old still alive and enjoying the fruit of her husband’s noble sacrifice for the nation.
Dear veteran brothers, though we are repeatedly publishing such article, but
no body has informed us such short payment in their areas. It shows that our veterans are not interested in our other veterans/ family pensioners problems..
We once again appeal to all our veteran brothers, please find out the Special/ Liberalised family pensioners - PPO . No; F/…../ and F/ BC/…., F/W/….. , F/TI/… and inform us. We will help them by contacting the Record Office, CDA and the banks concerned.
EXWEL TRUST VISITS A SECOND WORLD WAR WIDOW
Allahabad. Now we have received a confirmation from EME Records, Secunderabad and the widow is eligible a Liberalised Family pension of Rs.9200 p.m. w.e.f. 01.01.2006.
Name: Smt.Vela Thangammal W/O (Late)Sep.Lakshmana Nadar Reg.No.93763 died during 2nd world war. PPO No.F/WAR/1939 and F/TI/473/1962. PDA Canara Bank, Arumuganeri, Tuticorin District.
We the exwel trust members visited the 91 years old Second World war widow in a remote village named SETHUKKUVAITHAN IN Tuticorin District of Tamilnadu. The war widow, 91 years old, hard of hearing was taken aback by our visit and thanked us for this noble service.
Her basic pension is to be revised from Rs.3500 to Rs.9200 w.e.f. 01.01.2006. We contacted the PDA and informed about the revision and payment of arrears. The Manager was kind enough to accept our submission and agreed to do the needful.
Dear Veterans, there are a number of widows living in remote villages without knowing their benefits. We found that the Second world war widow has not been given CSD Canteen card. She has not been given even the widows identity card.
The photos taken during our visit to her house on 26.06.2012.
Daughter of war widow who is looking after her.
Note: The efforts of Exwel Trust to locate the Special and the War widow pensioners living in Remote villages with the help of the PPO numbers helped a Lot.
But for the Exwel Trust's efforts, the war widow would have not received the revised pension and the arrears.
Exwel Trust is proud of this achievement .