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  • Monday, 12 September 2016

    Parrikar overlooks Services’ objections to implement pay panel recommendations ‘Grievances, if any, can be taken up later’

    The Tribune Parrikar overlooks Services’ objections to implement pay panel recommendations

    Ajay Banerjee
    Tribune News Service
    New Delhi, September 12
    Three days after the armed forces rejected the salary and emoluments offered by the 7th Central Pay Commission (CPC), Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday told the forces that what has been decided by the government has to be implemented and grievances, if any, can be taken up later. It is now for the three Services — the Army, the Indian Air Force and the Navy — to decide on the matter, top sources said while revealing the day’s developments. The MoD has now “lobbed the ball” back at the forces even as some friction seems to be building between the forces and government.
    IAF chief Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha and Navy chief Admiral Sunil Lanba today called upon Parrikar and explained that the existing pay commission’s notification done by the MoD on September 6 was inadequate and anomalies remain unresolved. The three Services, in separate letters to their formations, had conveyed that they have asked the government to hold “in abeyance” the implementation of the CPC in view of the “unresolved anomalies”.
     The Tribune had first reported on the matter on September 11. Sources in the MoD said Parrikar conveyed to the IAF and Navy chief that what all has been decided has to be implemented and “legitimate grievances” can be taken up latter. The government holds an opinion that all demands of all arms of the governments cannot be met in totality. The decision has to be implemented. The forces believe anomalies lower the status and pay parity of forces vis-à-vis their counterparts in the police and civilian administration. On September 9, the three forces issued separate letters — termed as a ‘signal’ in military parlance. This is to inform senior commanders and the troops about the decision of the top brass. 
    The ‘signal’ said “a few concerns have been addressed we have been constrained to request the government to hold implementation of 7th CPC award in abeyance in view of anomalies which need to be resolved.” The Services Headquarters in the ‘signal’ sent down to the formations have asked serving personnel to display maturity and patience and not get swayed by hearsay or speculative reports. The Chiefs of Staff Committee (CoSC) which met on September 7 had taken the decision and the same has now been conveyed to the formations located all across the country, or sailing at high seas. 
    The Chiefs of the three Services, who collectively command a strength of 1.7 million (17 lakh), are members on the CoSC. In March this year, the MoD had conveyed to an empowered committee headed by the Cabinet Secretary that the status, pay and allowances of the armed forces be kept above all other “fighting” arms of the government. Parrikar had also taken up the case that issues of status, pay and allowances for the forces have to be paramount.

    11 comments :

    1. Sir,option for the chiefs is,either to surrender or to resigns,before ,they are sacked.a journey towards goodwill of million or discreditably of mass.

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      1. Beg you the almighty pardon us. Totally no anamoly. We dont know the meaning of anamoly. We only know the sacred feet of LORD YOU. Utmost to our conscious we definitely have memory a naval chief sacked under your regime. No doubt you are good ruler. We have forgotten we are only ALMOST ATM SECURITY STAFF. Some AC 2(U/T)sent signal for which we beg upon you show your jesus sorry LORD SHIVAS MERCY and pardons us. Nothing holy but your feet

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      2. No questions of resigning.Who will pay our pay and perks. Are we fools? But we know the adventure of surrendering that we will display.NO DOUBT WE SHALL COURTMARIAL THE CREATURE WHO SENT THE SIGNAL.WE WILL MAKE HIM INTO PIECES BUT WE PRAY YOU DONT PREY US.WITH HARD STRUGGLE WE CAME FROM SECOND LT. One jawan lost his due sh..t. If we loose what honour that we can say before your beloved feet. I will make no stone turned to us while pelting by someone towards us whilst you pardoning us.

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    2. 6CPC anomalies are yest to be settled, and thinking of 7CPC is far fetched. The three service chiefs are in a fix now??? what next???

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      1. Izzat ka sawal

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      2. Next nothing problems will remain Govt is not intereted to look in to the problems.Simply accept given one.Chiefs have no other alternative just to comply with the govt instructions.

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    3. Naginder singh parmar13 September 2016 at 01:19

      Is it a democracy? Soldiers are also
      IMDIANS like another society. Who
      will address their grievances? Please
      do not bully soldiers on the name
      Of discipline.

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    4. I hope every thing will gone as a wastage of time and manpower. This Government is so arrogant to Employees categories compared to UPA as UPA was bad to Nation but not that bad to employees class. In History from Independence we got one of the worse Pay commission with the help of sadistic Chairman Justice AK Mathur and member Vivek Rae(Who has severely downgraded the Armed Forces) . I left hope since 03 Feb 2016 after announcement of OROP as I consider and take concrete that never give vote to any party or visit any poling station during Election times as I feel self satisfaction if not given any vote to any party that is above all. Now what ever they give we must receive, all strikes and dharnas are wastage and wastage of time and man power. OMJC is just eye was as I feels that they have already taken decision on OROP after formation of OMJC and they want to pass the time and showing in front of public that Government is doing more things to Armed Forces but in practical Government is be fooling entire Ex Serviceman and their families . No hope. Wait for another 28 to 32 months to kick out this party from power.

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    5. The 5th CPC anomaly is pending even now.I am on the correspondence with the concerned.Where is the question of accepting and implementing 7th CPC.The ball is in our chiefs' court.We shall wait and see.Now or never is the motto of our jawan

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    6. THE THREE CHIEF'S ARE BOTHERED ONLY ON THE GROWTH OF OFFICERS' SALARY AND NOT FOR THE MEN. THEIR POLICY IS WE LIVE ONLY AND OTHERS BHAD MEIN JAYE. MOD HAS REALLY TAKEN UP A BOLD STEP AND THE ARREARS SHOULD BE PAID TO THE RETIRED PERSONNEL WITHOUT ANY DELAY AND THAT TOO IN THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER ONLY. THNX.

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    7. 1960 joke in Airforce "Our welfare officer is sitting across the border"

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