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One Rank One Pension Details : Www.indianmilitary.info Update Tidbits

One Rank One Pension Details : Www.indianmilitary.info Update Tidbits



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Update of One Rak One Pension
Update of One Rak One Pension

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UPDATE ON OROP ----CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES NEWS ‘One rank, one pension’ including officers - DefenceMinister clarified in Lok SabhaPosted: 19 Jul 2009 10:08 AM PDTDefence Minister A K Antony today clarified in the LokSabha that "one rank, one pension" recommendation of the Cabinet Secretary-led panel had been accepted bythe government for jawans as well as officers.The government has accepted recommendations of thepanel on "one rank, one pension" and other relatedmatters concerning the armed forces, the Lok Sabha wasinformed today.The decision is now nearer to the goal of “one rank, onepension” demand of nearly 1.5 million personnel, Antonysaid during question hour.The total financial implications on account of benefits tothe personnel would be Rs 2,144 crore, the minister said.The committee has recommended inclusion of Classification Allowance for the Personnel Below OfficerRank (PBOR) from January 1, 2006, and removal of linkage of full pensions with 33 years from the samedate, he said.The committee also recommended revision of pension of Lt Generals after carrying out a separate pay scale forthem, bringing parity between pension pre and postOctober 10, 1997, for PBOR pensioners and furtherimproving PBOR pensions based on award of Group of Ministers in 2006.With regard to the separate pay commission, theminister said it had been agreed, and as and whennecessary it would be set up in the future.Antony said the government had also accepted thecommittee's recommendations regarding raising thepension amount for those disabled or injured in war.
Page 1 of 2Indian Military : Service Benefits and Issues: Update / Tidbits8/9/2009http://www.indianmilitary.info/2009/07/update-tidbits.html

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