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  • Sunday, 19 July 2015

    ESM TO ESCALATE AGITATION FURTHER

    12 comments :

    1. It is not the noise made at rally. It is the bugle sounded at the rally will be heard in Delhi.

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    2. Mr Modi is running the government in an artificially simulated mode. He wants to see what he wants, he wants to do what he believes to be correct without going on to ground realities. He is totally ignoring the "Kisans and the Jawans." On two counts he proved to be of this grave fault. In his monthly radio talk a month and odd back Mr Modi told the Nation that there are four years more for the OROP come into effect, and the other day a BJP spokes person confirmed this again on a TV talk in the NDTV. Does the government realise that OROP is being asked not for normal healthy youth who got whole life before them to wait, but for many senior citizens who served the Nation honourably and who are in their last days of their life? The struggle is 40 years old and that doesn't mean we will wait for another 40 years to come to attain the OROP. Statesmanship if it is there in him, Mr Modi will come with a concrete decision to implement OROP as per the universally accepted definition forthwith. If he gives OROP on orders of the Supreme Court or the Parliamentary Committee, then the credit will not go either to his government or the BJP which came into power on an election promise to implement OROP. The OROP is our right and is inevitable aspect, if given gracefully forthwith, he can avoid ignominy; otherwise he will be remembered in the history of this country for wrong reasons.

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    3. The arrogance and indifference with which Modi govt is responding to Demand for OROP is another insult to injury to the entire ESM community and We must react adequately and effectively. We all r solidly behind UFESM and will participate in any form of agitation in the coming days.

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    4. "Mr Modi, a stitch in time saves nine." Act now on OROP.

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    5. Mr Modi, we never asked for a running commentary on OROP (words from your mann ki baat), All the ESM wanted was a dateline for your action on OROP. You are good in giving marathon lectures without thinking, but after all these days of your team's 'manthan' on OROP, now at least must have arrived at the end result. The COAS, the Defence Minister had to lie to the ESM too often just because of your inaction. This doesn't suit well to a leader at the helm of a so called working government.

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    6. We had a PM who said nothing and did nothing. Now,we have a PM who says something and does something else !!!

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    7. The bureaucrats of Finance Ministry are of the opinion that as Armed Force's personnel retire at an early age, they draw the pensions for much longer periods and thus OROP may result into swelling of the Defence budget. True the ratio of ESM is 1.7:1 and the civilians, that is the result of keeping the fighting forces young and fit for battle with efficiency, where as the old, inefficient and crippled can work in the civilian sector of the government. This is a price to pay by the government to the Services to ensure effective National security. The civil-military balance is essential to India’s defence philosophy and this is totally absent in the present scenario, political control of the defence forces has actually turned into the bureaucratic control. These bureaucrats are against the ESM's rightful OROP demand and this must be condemned by the Nation vehemently in one voice. The ESM are “deeply hurt” by the delay in the implementation of OROP Scheme in spite of the election promises made by BJP, if the government really cares about the Nation's war heroes and Vir Naaris. The OROP Scheme must be put in place by the government before celebrating those victory ceremonies planned to self glorify themselves. It will be a debacle unheard of in the world's history to celebrate these victories without those 70-80% of the ESM who participated in those wars. Is there nobody to empathise with the senior Veterans of the Nation who are driven to streets in protest for the last 36 days? Before this dissatisfaction percolates into the rank and file of the in-service Armed Forces Personnel, it is better for the government and the bureaucrats to wake up to reality. It is always better to correct this much delayed matter of National security which might end unpalatable results. Incidentally most of our neighbouring Armed Forces enjoy this OROP and is a slap on our government's face.




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    9. Modi govt will never implement OROP unless forced to, for the simple reason that he lacks that statesmanship and courage to reign in the bureaucracy and implement OROP. The" complexities" is a worn out term which our inept politicians use liberally with out any qualms.

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    10. Another planted News/rumour? The News says that a senior government official said the announcement on OROP for defence personnel might deal with concrete steps that the government might take in rolling out the programme in a time-bound manner. (Note the ambiguity again) Various departments of the government are engaged in ironing out the kinks and working on the timetable of implementing the very ambitious, and prohibitively expensive, pension scheme. The wording in this News is again wrong. No accountant can estimate the cost of National security secured by the ESM while performing their duty and retreated into early retirement. No amount paid to the veterans is prohibitively expensive. If the story of ironing out kinks means rightfully rewarding the Viceroy Commissioned Officers and the jawans, we welcome it, but not any dilution to the universally accepted definition of OROP. If they are worried about paying pension for next 50-55 years, we are extremely sorry that our seniors who kindled this fight for OROP forty years back are not to enjoy the fruits of their bold fight.

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    11. Yet another planted news/rumour? Read at
      http://www.business-standard.com/article/government-press-release/status-of-implementation-of-orop-115072100485_1.html

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    12. The govt will not take any action till the rail roko programme will be chackef out till the orop not issued

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