Monday, February 27, 2017

LANDMARK JUDGEMENT OF SUPREME COURT

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(Source: FB a/c A V Reddy)

4 comments:

  1. karunakaran a ex havildarFebruary 27, 2017 at 1:25 PM

    my dear friend,

    SC has ordered to restore the commuted value to the pension on completion of 15 years post retiral service

    secondly ECHS is granted by the supreme court

    now the disability pension in case of mental disorder soldier

    only SC has come to rescue us not the government

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  2. Is the soldier alive to see his victory over the idiotic officials and the speedy trial of our SC.Every right thinking citizen should be ashamed of this.No self thinking youth should ever opt for armed force service.

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  3. ADV. AISWARYA BHATI HELPED THIS IMPORTANT CASE TO WIN. MANY VETERANS PARTICIPATED IN 1962,1965&1971 WARS SENT OUT AS A USE &THROW DEPRIVING RESERVIST PENSION ARE RUNNING PILLAR TO POST .ALL NAVAL VETERANS GOT SPECIAL PENSION FROM S.C. ARMY &AIR FORCE VETERANS ARE LEFT OUT. CAN ANY ONE COME FORWARD &HELP US TO GET RESERVIST PENSION &FREE MEDICAL AID. WAITING FOR HELPING HAND AIR VETERAN G .JEYAPRAKASH jeyaprakashgopalswamy@gmail.com

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  4. An excellent judgement in support of soldiers who are putting everything of their life in service of the nation . government's contention that " he must be suffering from the illness before joining the force " can not be justified because a person's capability and his physical and mental suitability to work in armed forces is tested by various means before accepting him for enrolement . if Laxmanram poonia was enrolled as a sepoy which i suppose so , the Recruiting officer will come to know of his mental and physical capabilities very well . i can say this because of my experience of recruiting hundreds of men in our two centeres at jabalpur and goa while in service . for entry as an officer the SSB tests him thoroughly and he can not hide anything . my salutes to the Judiciary and specially to the two judges who gave this judgement .col jrk murthy (retd)

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