Monday, October 24, 2016

CGDA'S BLATANT INTERFERENCE IN DISABILITY POLICY OF ARMED FORCES : CHALLENGING THE AFT'S/HC'S AND HON'BLE SUPREME COURT ORDERS?


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(SOURCE : FROM SANJHA MORCHA WEBSITE)

10 comments:

  1. karunakaran a ex havildarOctober 24, 2016 at 11:30 AM

    sir,
    this is public money, before being disbursed to the disabled officers, it must be confirmed that it goes to the deserving and genuine candidate, when doubt arises, it must be regulated through a committee consisting of medical officers of impartial nature and disinterested attitude, there is one adage in tamil shivan sothu kula nasam means misappropriation of public fund equal to temple property will perish the whole race of wrong doers, the government should tread carefully . alcohol is abundantly available officers are permitted to consume 14 bottles a month, JCOs 6 bottles but other ranks 4 bottles. alcohol related diseases must be carefully examined and as such it should be brought under the ambit of disability pension policy. alcohol either should be rationed or prohibited in a phased manner

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  2. CGDA has forget to pointed out that MSP not applicable to non fighting corps personnel and free ration, free fuel only in field & high altitude areas. Why CGDA waste their mind like this??

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  3. It is Kalyug . The problem starts when the servents become masters. CGDA was establish to serve the army. It is not the pension sanctioning authorityas claimed it is only pension paying auth to ensurecorrect and timely pension is paid to entitled persons. Pension is sanction by govt who have made rules of entitlement of pension. Infact tish org has been fleecing both the servicepersonals and the e s m. The othe day a clk of PAO Garh aRif was csught red handed in Lansdowne taking a bribe of Rs 4 lac for half of the bribe amount agreed to . Ici dently the amount of 08 lac was asked for paying arrears of 08.25 lac surprising. The victim took a bold step to report the matter toS corruption dept at Dehradun who laid the trap and caught the culprit redhanded. I is a tip of an iceberg. The CGDA will do good if he voncentraits in improving system under him. Rather act as a boss of service persoals.

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  4. what was the condition of pao (or) amc. without bribing nothing could be got exept basic pay and da. at present i dont know what is the situation. such type of curreption has imcreased in recent times. now what is the role of central pension ac office? they have promulgated clear instr on implementation of 7 cpc. was it applicable for af veterans?. yes this is kalyug. now we must think the reason of delay in payment of 7cpc benefits to the af veterans. this must be made the thought of the day.

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  5. Just ask by RTI, the percentage of defence pension bill paid to the controllers of defence account. Let alone the all India service officers namely India DAS, DES, RS etc. Study to curtail the tail will be infructous.

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  6. Sir, of late there has been an outcry by various agencies of the govt over the issue of payment of disability pension to the Armed Forces. The agencies of the govt. are making tall and sundry claims on the issue. Sir, it is my humble wish that the actual benefits of disability pension accrued to a disabled soldiers may be brought to the public domain through various sources inter alia the print media with facts and figures. People are oblivious of the terms like 100% disability pension or 50% disability pension. They are required to know what the affected ones actually get; e.g. let us take the case of ORs i.e. a Havildar rank that embodies nearly 90% of disability pensioners. Now let us calculate his actual rise in his overall pension accruing on account of disability pension. As per 7 CPC a Havildar with 26 years of service if retires with a basic pay of Rs. 50000 including MSP would draw a basic pension of rs. 25000/- pm. Suppose he is also getting disability pension @50% i.e. 6000 (H) 12000. Thus his total basic pension would be rs. 25000+6000= 31000 i.e. 62% of his last drawn salary. As such his total benefit against his disability pension works out be only 12% of rise in pension. Similarly in the case of a Colonel or Brigadier who retires in 7 CPC and whose last drawn salary if we take rs. 1,80,000 pm, would draw pension @rs. 90,000 a month. His disability pension @50% would be 13500 (H) 27000. His total pension 90000+13500= 103500/- . Thus total rise in his pension is worked out to be 135000x100/180000 = a meagre 7.5%. This is what the society needs to appreciate.

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  7. Firstly, Disability pension for non battle cases are vetted thoroughly case by case at PS-4 and sanction will be given to only deserving cases by the committee in which IFA is also a member. As Maj Navdeep points out that these people are accountants and should do their work without rattling much noise.

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  8. Of late there has been an outcry by various agencies of the govt over the issue of payment of disability pension to the Armed Forces. The agencies of the govt. are making tall and sundry claims on the issue. I believe that the actual benefits of disability pension accrued to a disabled soldiers must be brought to the public domain through various sources inter alia the print media with facts and figures. People are oblivious of the terms like 100% disability pension or 50% disability pension. They are required to know what the affected ones actually get; e.g. let us take the case of ORs i.e. a Havildar rank that embodies nearly 90% of disability pensioners. Now let us calculate his actual rise in his overall pension accruing on account of disability pension. As per 7 CPC a Havildar with 26 years of service if retires with a basic pay of Rs. 50000 including MSP would draw a basic pension of rs. 25000/- pm. Suppose he is also getting disability pension @50% i.e. 6000 (H) 12000. Thus his total basic pension would be rs. 25000+6000= 31000 i.e. 62% of his last drawn salary. As such his total benefit against his disability pension works out be only 12% of rise in pension. Similarly in the case of a Colonel or Brigadier who retires in 7 CPC and whose last drawn salary if we take rs. 1,80,000 pm, would draw pension @rs. 90,000 a month. His disability pension @50% would be 13500 (H) 27000. His total pension 90000+13500= 103500/- . Thus total rise in his pension is worked out to be 135000x100/180000 = a meagre 7.5%. This is what the society needs to appreciate.

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  9. CGDA has no locus standi to give this sort of opinions on different branches of Armed Forces .It is beyond his jurisdiction & ambit.
    His responsibility is to improve efficiency of def accts systems,remove delays ,stop corruption in reappropriation of large budgeted sums for specificrge heads ,reduce expenditure on huge def unproductive accounts establishments...etc.with computers and modern technology ,def accts est can be reduced to a great extent may be half.
    By the way it would be interesting and illuminating to know as how much of def budgeted amount ( quantum )they are consuming and enjoying in the name of Defence.with that money saved ,the nation can have better weapon systems and efficient mily for national defence.
    This, seems to be work of some DTCs(dirty tricks cells / persons) in the Govt departments of mod-def acts - babu - neta nexus .
    Since it has surfaced in public domain ,let there be critical analysis and debate of def acts ,mod babus share of def exp incl their pensions ,perks ,disability component of their pensions. ......etc.
    It is welcome suggestion to reduce expenditure on all fronts ,including dp(disability ) civilian employees .Why should there be dp at all for civil service in comfort zone,that too on % age basis for civilian employees only ??~??.
    First remove that dp component of civil service .Then come to mily to reduce exp on possible cases of un deserving cases.
    Let mily not quarrel on this dp issue for different levels.
    Obvious ,inference is it is all prompted & DTCs work & mischief to drive devide in mily.

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  10. It now emerges that on the Dis Pen issue falsified/doctored data & info was given to 7CPC covertly (via insiders) directly from CGDA, by passing the MOD .
    Apparently this was done to avoid vetting by the MOD ( & reaction of Service HQ,s ), so very essential for secrecy.

    If indeed it was so then the matter needs to be investigated & those responsible for this fraud need to be identified & dealt with.

    Also if it is true then the entire recommendations of 7CPC on the issue are liable to be quashed as the input info was incorrect/Falsified & not taken thru proper channels ie MOD, the concerned ministry.No comments were asked from Service HQs So secretive was it kept that 7CPC did not even discuss/raise this issue during its interaction visits with the military & veterans all over the country !!.

    Overall it was a neatly executed Surgical Strike against the Armed Forces by CGDA, +- - +--&---etc , achieving total surprise & deception ,with
    Service HQs, with their vast intel resources, not knowing When,How & by Who all it was executed.

    Obvious aim & purpose was to Degrade the Morale of All Ranks of the Armed Forces .But why & Who benifits?? Not difficult to Guess, only our adversaries !!
    AS

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