Sunday, March 27, 2011

Rajeev Chandrasekhar, MP Rajya Sabha Petitions GOI for One Rank One Pension

Excerpts from the speech by Mr. Rajeev Chandrasekhar on the Union Budget, March 10, 2011
Lastly, the issue of One Rank, One Pension for our Veterans. I feel disappointed that as a nation that we are seeing a need to have this discussed in Parliament at all. These proud men and their families have served our nation selflessly, with a certain belief that the nation and their people will look after them, when it comes to their turn to be looked after. At a time, when there are visible signs of crony capitalism and hundreds of thousands of crores of largesse and benefits being given to vested interests, how can we look into the eyes of these veterans and deny them their legitimate demand quoting budgetary constraints. Let not a few hundred crores come in the way of our duty to these men and their families.
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