Friday, September 21, 2012

OROP: Government likely to accept four demands

As per news article by Tribune News Service the govt. may accept following 4 demands related to Armed forces pay fixation & One Rank One Pension issue:
1. Armed forces be given non-functional upgradation (NFU) to match their counterparts in the IPS, IAS and paramilitary forces.
2. The grade pay can be looked into.
3. It has agreed that a common payscale be evolved for in-service jawans.
4. It has agreed on removal of all anomalies towards one rank one pension (OROP).
Meanwhile, a fresh calculation has been ordered following a Supreme Court judgment relating to a 25-year-old pay-related case filed by Major Dhanapalan. The court ruled in his favour to correct the anomaly and will impact all officers who were serving then and now.
Read full article on Tribune [click here]
One Rank One Pension: Govt may accept 4 demands
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