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  • Monday, 30 October 2017

    Delhi Police Demolishes Tents Of Ex-Servicemen Demanding Implementation Of One Rank One Pension


  • Delhi Police Demolishes Tents Of Ex-Servicemen Demanding Implementation Of One Rank One Pension
     Armed with an NGT order banning protests and dharnas around the historic Jantar Mantar here, the police and civic officials on Monday demolished tents and makeshift structures set up by ex-servicemen protesting there demanding implementation of the One Rank-One Pension scheme. The former servicemen have been protesting there for the past more than two years and the police said the exercise was carried out after the October 5 order of the National Green Tribunal.
    The police also said the protesters were informed about the NGT order in advance and asked either to leave or bring a stay order from the court. However, the ex-servicemen termed it "an attempt to throttle our voice in a democracy".
    Major General (Retd) Satbir Singh, who is among those spearheading the protest at the site, said the police and MCD officials came with a JCB machine and demolished their tents and other temporary structures.
    "They also took away our equipment and other stuff like beddings at around 8.45 AM. We have been protesting peacefully demanding implementation of the OROP scheme," he said.
     Delhi Police Demolishes Tents Of Ex-Servicemen Demanding Implementation Of One Rank One Pension

    "It is an attempt to throttle our voice in a democracy. And, even if there has been any order from any tribunal, there is a way to do things. What they have done is completely unfair and unjust," he added.
    Singh further said the wife of an ex-serviceman was inside the tent when the exercise was carried out. He, however, clarified that nobody was hurt. The police denied use of any force. "The OROP protesters were informed about the NGT's order about vacating the Jantar Mantar area and asked to either leave or bring a stay order from the court," a senior police official said. The NGT had on October 5 banned all protests and dharnas around the historic Jantar Mantar, which has been a hotspot of many agitations for decades, saying such activities violate environmental laws.
    The green panel had also directed the NDMC to remove all temporary structures, loudspeakers and public address systems from the stretch of the road.
    The NGT had ordered the NDMC Chairman, the police chief and the Delhi government to file compliance reports within five weeks from October 5.
    The NGTs verdict had come on a plea filed by Varun Seth and others alleging that processions and agitations held by social groups, political parties, NGOs at the Jantar Mantar Road were a major source of noise pollution in the area.

    2 comments:

    1. karunakaran army havildar31 October 2017 at 07:14

      sirs

      let us observe as black day in the indian history when MODI was prime minister

      all ex defense personnel and their families must wear black badges to pass on this shameful occasion to our children

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    2. karunakaran army havildar31 October 2017 at 14:55

      very sad and inhumane treatment meted out to my respected war widow mothers and sisters, the whole india should up rise to condemn this

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