Monday, February 21, 2011

OROP: Data required

Flt Lt MP Anil Kumar, is a case of “Quadriplegic”, in Pune Hospital for past many years. He writes very well. You may have read his articles. He types with the help of a small stick held between his teeth! I request you to kindly help him with the required data.
Chander Kamboj

From: M P Anil Kumar
Sent: 20 February 2011 12:03
To: Brig Chander Kamboj
Subject: OROP
Dear Sir,
Editor permitting, I want to write on OROP (before the March 6th rally).
I wish to cite real pension figures as example in the piece, for which I approached few friends. Col Shyam Sunder suggested that I contact you, but I held back as I knew you're totally occupied - full to the brim. Since I couldn't the get figures, I thought of approaching you as last resort. If it isn't inconvenient, could you please help me with this?

Here's the first scenario: A Major with 6 yrs and a Havildar with 14-15 yrs (but ineligible for pension) of service. Both medically boarded out of service in 2010 because of disability. Assume disability to be 100%. How much disability pension will both get (I need service element and disability element separately, no need for DR) today? Approximation, esp in the case of the Hav, will be fine.

Second scenario: Consider the above Maj & Hav as battle casualties. What will be the war injury element of their pension?
Hope I haven't added to your burden.
Yours sincerely,
MP Anil Kumar
Please see his dedication to the cause of OROP!

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