New Delhi | Monday, Apr 27 2015 IST
The Standing Committee on Defence, in its report submitted in the both Houses of Parliament, regretted that even after Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made a commitment and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had provided Rs 1,000 crore in the General Budget, the OROP has not been implemented.
"It is beyond the understanding of the Committee as to what reasons are preventing the government from making necessary decisions and arriving at a solution," the Committee wondered, adding that it was utmost important that requisite modalities were sorted out and an amicable solution brought with regard to OROP within stringent timeframe at the earliest.
The Committee asked the government to apprise it about the progress made in this regard.
(Source- Web India news)
What amicable solution is the panel talking about ?? OROP as per the accepted definition and non negotiable terms has been more than once already agreed by the parliament and two govt.It is just too much. DM and FM are no more credible and PM must come clean on his government's disgusting ways as far as services are considered.ReplyDelete
What slam after all, the govt whether BJP or CONGRESS HABITUATED for this. When they want for veteran support they will go to any extent in justifying our demandd. When they throne in power they will ensure their promise and justice second to them. Many ESM Organisation are fit to hear what the next story of DM for non implementation of OROP but not fit o ask counter questions. But wonders these organisation go beyond bit more in examination of past INDIAN HISTORY when its veterans in starvation with full of family committement. Good good for somebody the demand of OROP is survival but for somebody RUMMY where the trump card is patience to jawan. In nutshell the higher makes the lower fool and the SUPREME I.e GOVT efficiently covers the both. NICE STORYReplyDelete
This is all about babugiri at its worstReplyDelete
JAI KISSAN AND JAI JAWAN LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI 'S MANTRA
NOW MARRO KISSAN BOOKA MARO JAWAN
SC is ready, all MPs and MLAs are ready, Panel committee of parliament is ready, modi and arun jaitely are ready, people of india who voted you to power by which you are enjoying princely life whereas in your country many people are living without one square meal a day, they are also ready, president and leaders of opposition are ready, we the soldiers are keeping your anti ex service men view in our mind, only DM is not ready. whom should we report and redress our grievances only god
If appraised, what action will the Parliament Penal going to take on the Government's non action till date. At best they could have given a date for tabling to the FM and RM the so called "all finalised OROP Bill". From time to time we are all being cheated with the false progress reports that are being given in these columns at every level, this includes the PM, FM, RM and the IESM. One of the great culprit is the IESM which gives hope, but hides when the delay is beyond the expected limits. As promised by ALL CONCERNED will the exServicemen get their due in their May pension cheque? If so, the pension paying Banks/other PDAs must get detailed instructions fixing the respective pensions of all concerned by 05 May 2015. Is it possible?ReplyDelete
There is no more funds available with modi for implement the orop. Yeh Sarkar diwalia ho gai hai. Isko vote lene ka adhikar nahi hain. Jai HindReplyDelete
They are waiting for next earth quick.ReplyDelete
Where are you Mr. PM Modi?ReplyDelete
BJP/Modi's Biggest Bluff on 2014 Electoral Commitment on " One Rank One Pension" ! Now Entire Country's Ex Defence/Defence Seems Feel Been Cheatted By worn Rs.10 lacs suits, sold 3.5 crores Chaiwala PM, who born to use to make just promissed and committment only and nothing else ???ReplyDelete
In this connection there is no need take of approval of parliament, it is not a bill to passed by vote in the parliament. It needs only issue notification from the office of cgda after getting letter from mod not from parliament please see previous history of improvement of pension pbor.ReplyDelete