One Rank One Pension : Corrective measures taken by the Government
OROP – One Rank One Pension
One Rank One Pension (OROP) to the Defence Forces Personnel - PCDA (P) Circular No. 609
One Rank One Pension - OROP for Defence Pensioners - Certain correction in OROP concordance Tables issued by Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare, Defence Ministry
One Rank One Pension (OROP) to the Defence Forces Personnel - Amendment to letter dated 07.11.2015 regarding personnel discharged on own request
OROP - One Rank One Pension to Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and Assam Rifles (AR) personnel at par with Defence Personnel - Minister replies in Parliament
"Rs 6,300 crore has already been dispersed as arrears and the current payments are ongoing for the current period. Total back arrears will be around Rs 10,800 crore of which Rs 6,300 crore has been disbursed," he said.
Defence Minister reply to Lok Sabha regarding number of Beneficiaries of OROP as on 12 November 2016
However, Lt Col SANTOKH SINGH BHATIA Retd, had this to say, "Please come clean and do not misinform the masses.
Statement showing the PDA-wise Status Report on implementation of OROP benefits (as on 15.9.2016)
Identified as Ram Kishen Grewal, the former army jawan purportedly left a suicide note saying that he is taking his life due to the delay in implementing OROP.
As a result of the notification, OROP stands implemented with effect from December 2015 and beneficiaries would be paid arrears in the next few months.
PCDA circular on Revision of pension under ‘One Rank One Pension' in respect of Post-2006 Havildars and in r/o Fly. Sergeant
Judicial Committee on OROP Scheme – Notification issued for conducting hearings at specific places where the density of ex-servicemen / pensioners is high
The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Central government in a petition filed by the Indian Ex-Servicemen Movement seeking a declaration that non implementation of the ‘One rank one pension scheme’ violates Articles 14 and 21 of the…
With the extension, the implementation of One Rank One Pension (OROP) may take more time as the panel can submit its report by December 14, official sources said.
A plea filed in the Delhi High Court has asked for the One Rank One Pension scheme to be reviewed and a public hearing to take note of the grievances of ex-servicemen.