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  • Thursday, 5 January 2017

    PMO GRIEVANCE REPLY

    Status as on 06 Jan 2017
    Registration Number:PMOPG/E/2016/0324624
    Name Of Complainant:MBC MENON
    Date of Receipt:02 Sep 2016
    Received by:Prime Ministers Office
    Forwarded to:AG1
    Contact Address:room No. 104, B Wing, Sena Bhawan


    New delhi


    110011
    Grievance Description:Ref: NFOESM/7th PAY/109/2016 Dated: 02/09/2016 Shri. Narendra Modi, Hon. Prime Minister of India Dear Sir, It has been brought to our notice by the print media that the implementation of 7th CPC benefits to soldiers are held up due to the objection raised by the three chiefs of Armed forces. The objections are reported to have been in respect of higher pay for officer’s equivalent to their counter parts in civil. Along with this they have also recommended for a little increase in Military service pay for JCO’S only leaving behind a large section of OR’s to reduce the outgo by which their demand can be accepted without any objection by the exchequer . This is nothing but a bargaining better pay for officers only using the entire soldiers as shield. The chiefs are officers who have taken pledge to look after the welfare of those who placed below them above their own interest. The hike in Military service pay for JCO’S only as reported to have been recommended by them is likely to cause discontent among the OR’S. We are not against officers getting higher pay equivalent to their counterparts in civil it is a legitimate demand but it should not be at the cost of poor soldiers by asking them to shut their mouth. We request your god office to study the case before taking a final decision on the recommendation of Chiefs enhance the Military service pay of entire OR’s JCO’s equivalent to Nursing officers who are less exposed to risk than soldiers who are very much exposed to danger to their life in battle field, living conditions in high altitude like Siachen, in fighting cross border terrorism in times of natural calamities Thanking you MBC MENON CHAIRMAN NATIONAL FEDERATION OF EX-SERVICEMEN E-MAIL: nfoesm@gmail.com CC to: Shri.Manohar Parikkar, Hon:Defence Minister of India
    Current Status:CASE CLOSED
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    Date of Action:05 Jan 2017
    Details:The 7th Pay Commission, an expert body, after due examination recommended Military Service Pay (MSP) at different rates for Officers and PBORs, keeping in view the various factors. The Govt, after due examination, has accepted the recommendations of the 7th CPC, vide Resolution dated 5th September 2016.


    6 comments :

    1. prem kumar shukla6 January 2017 at 05:41

      same way I have written to PM for at least five times but all the time irrelevent reply recieved

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    2. What exactly is the current position. Mere posting the correspondence doesn't make sense on the subject matter.

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    3. karunakaran a ex havildar7 January 2017 at 03:52

      Sir,
      There are three elements in the matter of allowances namely (1) disability pension (2) military service pay (3) hardship allowances are to be given equally there should not be any disparity in the grant
      when a soldier is amputated his limbs are not made of wood but in respect of other category arms are not made of gold, then why this discrimination percentage system indexed to basic pay and three different slab system
      all are doing their respective duties irrespective of the rank as per their commitment why there is a variation with regard to MSP, it should be at par
      when wind blows it embraces the body of human being evenly not officers are much affected so they deserve more, soldiers are less sufferers owing to inclement weather

      if they do not hear our plea,let us take the matter and place before the court

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    4. Dear Sir, PCDA has issued circular 570 for reviesion of pension as per 7 cpc. Fixation of OROP is taken as base for multiplication with 2.57 for fixation of pension. But while fixing orop wef 01 july 2014 the rate of MSP and X Gp Pay was considered as per 6 CPC ie 2000/- respectively.Now as per 7cpc the MSP is 5200/- and X Gp pay is 6200/-. Now we are not paid pension as per 7cpc recommendation for MSP and X Gp Pay. please clearify and if correct the matter should be taken up immediately.
      s

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    5. we are family pensioner in indian army ppo no s/042440/2004 rank havildar .group Y ASC but i do not get any installment of one rank one pension so please help me

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    6. we are family pensioner in indian army ppo no s/042440/2004 rank havildar .group Y ASC but i do not get any installment of one rank one pension so please help me

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