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 Constitution.
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.
Earlier Govt formed a Judicial Committee in order to rectify the grievances / anomaly in respect of One Rank One Pension Policy implemented to Defence Pensioners
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.
Armed forces veterans, who had returned around 20,000 medals in the last eight years to pressurize the central government to implement the one rank one pension (OROP) scheme, now want their military decorations back.
Keeping in view several representations received requesting for the extension Govt has extended the last date for representing on OROP Pension anomalies
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OROP arrears will be delivered in 4 instalments. Pensioners may add their legal heir or nominee name in the Bank account to continuously receive the Pension.