Allowances extended to Armed Forces - High Altitude Allowance, Field Area / Modified Field Area Allowance, Counter Insurgency Allowance etc which are paid based on risks and hardships involved at a location/ in an operation
The Union government decided not to impose a Rs 10,000 per month cap on educational concession to children of Armed forces officers and personnel below officer ranks (PBORs) either killed or missing or permanently disabled in action.
Armed Forces Flag Day Fund - Appeal of Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare to donate minimum Rs.200/- to Armed Forces Flag Day Fund (AFFDF)
DA from July 2017 for Armed Forces Officers and PBOR - DA from July, 2017 @ 5% Order for Armed Forces Officers & PBOR including Non-Combatants(Enrolled)
Restoration of Full Pension for Armed Forces Pensioner absorbed in PSU
7th Pay Commission Defence Pension for Pre-2016 Defence Pensioners - PCDA Circular 585 for Revision of Pension of Pre-2016 Armed Forces Pensioners
Meanwhile, Shiv Gopal Mishra convenor of NJCA also believes that the demand of Separate Pay Commission by armed forces is genuine.
Even as the Central government and the three armed forces chiefs are trying to sort out a dispute over the new pay grades for the army, navy and the air force, the central government has planned a temporary payment for the armed forces.
Defence minister Manohar Parrikar admitted that “some” of the recommendations that he had strongly pushed on behalf of the armed forces have “not” been accepted.
Reliable sources conveyed Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar told a high-level meeting at the MoD on March 22 that the stance of the ministry should be categorical on the issues of status, pay and allowances for the armed forces.
Since there was general discontentment amongst the Services for pay recommendations Committees, Govt decided to entrust the work of reviewing pay and allowances of Defence Personnel to Pay Commission.
Circular No.539 of Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions) issued for the revision of commuted portion of pension