VISIT OUR WEBSITE http://exweltrust.in for OROP ARREARS CALCULATION

http://exweltrust.in/index.php/home/start">"visit http://exweltrust.in for OROP arrear calculation sheet"> Contact: Exwel Trust, 15G Military Lines, Samathanapuram, Palayamkottai, Tirunelvel27002.
Cost of Ten Books Rs.1500/- (including courier charges)
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A GUIDE BOOK ON DEFENCE PENSION (IN HINDI) WILL BE RELEASED SOON

A guide book on Defence Pension (in Tamil) Released on 03.01.2016. Contact: Exwel Trust, 15G Military Lines, Samathanapuram, Palayamkottai, Tirunelveli 627002. Cost of Ten Books Rs.1500/- (including courier charges) Phone:9894152959.& 04622575380.Email:esmwelfare@yahoo.in

Thursday, August 13, 2015

OUR FOUR RETIRED GENERALS WRITE TO PRESIDENT ABOUT THE DELAY OF OROP.


 It is a  very sad state of affairs that our beloved Four retired Generals are constrained to write to the Supreme Cammander, The PRESIDENT  about the inordinate Delay in releasing the OROP.
 The repeated promises have vanished , a disappointment  for the veterans and lost the faith in our Prime Minister., The Defence Minister and the last  the Finance Minister.

Now it is a very much uneasy situation among  not only the veterans but also the serving soldiers.
It is not at all good for the country.




Raising the stakes against the government on the issue of One Rank One Pension ahead of the 68th Independence Day, four respected and decorated former service chiefs have written to President Pranab Mukherjee requesting his intervention.
General SF Rodrigues (Retd), Admiral L Ramdas (Retd), Admiral Arun Prakash (Retd) and Admiral Sureesh Mehta (Retd) wrote a strong worded letter drawing the President’s attention as the Supreme Commander of the armed forces in India.

 



General SF Rodrigues (Retd), Admiral L Ramdas (Retd), Admiral Sureesh Mehta (Retd) and Admiral Arun Prakash (Retd). (L-R)

The denial of OROP’s implementation has, “the potential to cause immense damage to India’s military edifice and hence, to our National Security” says the letter.

…denial of OROP is merely the last straw that has exhausted the Veterans’ patience. It appears to be the culmination of a process by which successive Pay Commissions have been used to whittle down the financial and protocol status of the military over the years vis-à-vis their civilian counterparts.

SOI; Ex-Servicemen Welfare.

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