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  • Monday, 22 August 2016

    OUR REPRESENTATION HAS YIELDED POSITIVE RESULTS



    1)   PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA

    2) DEFENCE MINISTER

    3) DEPARTMENT OF EX-SERVICEMEN WELFARE
    Respected Sir,
    We wish to bring to your Kind attention that many of the Armed forces veterans have been discharged without pension before the minimum pensionable service of 15 years due to various reasons. It is worth to mention here that many of them have actively participated in 1962,1965 & 1971 wars & war like operations. They are many veterans who served in Hard living areas like Siachin which is is also one of the reason compelled them to retire before the minimum pensionable service. It is brought to your attention that the Second World War veterans are paid pension without the requirement of minimum pensionable service. A personal staff of a Minister gets pension without the requirement of minimum pensionable service. Members of parliament gets pension without the requirement of minimum pensionable service. Likewise persons who have participated in freedom struggle gets pension without the requirement of minimum pensionable service
    The plight of many of the veterans who have been discharged without pension seems to be very pathetic & some of them are living in old age asylums.
    You are therefore kindly requested to look in to their case sympathetically & grant them a minimum pension as applicable to military veterans.
    Chairman
    Mullackkal Babu
    Armed forces veterans association ( Kerala)

    The PMO has directed integrated service head quarters to take action on our above letter & they have asked us to submit the details of such persons.Ex-servicemen discharged before 15 years without any type of pension. Those who belong to Tamil Nadu may contact Mr.Mohanarangan (AFVATN) & Who belong to Kerala May contact AFVA(Kerala) when date is published in local news papers. Procedure for other states will be announced shortly. 


    18 comments :

    1. Congratulations! Kerala Team. This is a quality of real warriors. - HFO MP Sharma (Retd)

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    2. Respected MBC SAHIB AND MULLACKKAL SAHIB,don't be trapped in untrusted guys,all are deaf and dumb if not blind.no yielding till 2019.have INTEGRATED SEVICE HQr's findings ever honoured?only OMJC like committee with an option to extend its submission by end of 2019.even SC's ruling over 33y arrears in not honoured.

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    3. A very good gesture from our beloved PM. Jai Hind

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    4. The point regarding admisibility of pension to the Central Govt civilian employees on completion of minimum 10 years service may also kindly be included as point which will strenthern our argument. In my opinion a military personal discharged on completion of minimum tenure of service when get re employed in the civil service is eligible for second pension from civil side if he complete minimum 10 years service in the re employed appointment.If in need the correctness of the rules position be got verified from competent civil authorities.

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      1. karunakaran a ex havildar23 August 2016 at 20:35

        jayarajan sir very valid point you have quoted to be included in order to strengthen our cause

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    5. Really this is a commendable attempt to get pension to Armed forces veterans have been discharged without pension before the minimum pensionable service of 15 years due to various reasons. And the PM's response too is encouraging. Let us hope that a positive outcome will come through at the earliest.

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    6. Good effort.but the govt should not go for delaying tactics.Orop,Omjc.seventh cpca,there are two anomalies resolving commissions set up.for this,the govt should not set up 3 committees.

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    7. Wait and see. But definitely a high class social duty performed by you sir.
      Shyamal kr Hazra.ex sgt.

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    8. chandran, you are doing a great job. pl keep it up

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    9. karunakaran a ex havildar22 August 2016 at 20:07

      kudos to your selfless service, people will remember you for ever. good effort will yield good results

      please intimate the mr mohanarangam address and contact no

      very very gtateful to you

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    10. Naginder singh parmar22 August 2016 at 21:25

      Wel done

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    11. Naginder singh parmar22 August 2016 at 21:33

      Wel done it is creadible struggle
      Everyone should appereciate.

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    12. Great job!wish to thank all who have taken out valuable time for the cause of the veterans.jaihind! With a hope that many more esm will volunteer to fight the rights of soldiers who sacrifice for national interest unconditionally.wishing you good luck and success.ex_sgt srinivasan

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    14. Dil se nikli baat Dil tak pahunchati hai.

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    15. Dil Prasad Chhetri24 August 2016 at 00:28

      Large numbers of people who discharged on medical ground were not granted disability pension because of down gradation of percentage of disability by CDA (pension) which is painful for them. Because neither they were able to get reemployment either in civil or in army nor they were granted pension. Therefore now it should be considered pension whatever it may be, for those people who have grown up old. The effort done by you is commendable and helpful to veterans. Please go on doing this kind of act for the welfare of veterans.

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    16. Well done sir. The MPs without any qualification they can enjoy pension till last breath.Why not the real heroes of 3 wars attended. They should be awarded first. But my feel is instead of approaching PMO (Who delay the things finally we have to go to the SC) . Now beginning itself suit the case in SC.

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    17. Well said and very good effort. Let us hope for the best..

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