|Name Of Complainant||:||GOUNI VENKATANARAYANA|
|Date of Receipt||:||27 Jun 2016|
|Received by||:||Prime Ministers Office|
|Forwarded to||:||Director G|
|Contact Address||:||Room No.206-II, South Block|
|Grievance Description||:||RESPECTED PM SIR, |
THE BANGLADESH WAR (Hamoodur Rahman Commission) REPORT IS PLACED BELOW FOR YOUR KIND PERUSAL/REFERENCE.
The War Inquiry Commission was appointed by the President of Pakistan in December 1971. In its secret report (which was never made public in Pakistan), the commission, headed by the then Chief Justice of Pakistan, Hamoodur Rahman, held the Pakistani generals for widespread atrocities, other abuses of power by them and a complete failure in civilian and martial-law leadership responsible for the loss of East Pakistan. The report dwells on a range of sins: killing of thousands of Bangladeshis - both civilians and “Bengali” soldiers - rape, pan smuggling, looting of banks in East Pakistan, drunkenness by officers, even an instance of a Brigadier “entertaining” women while his troops were being shelled by Indian troops. It recommended a string of court-martials and trials against top officers. Nothing ever happened. The army’s role in splintering Pakistan after its greatest military debacle was largely ignored by successive Pakistani governments. The Commission examined nearly 300 witnesses and hundreds of classified army signals between East and West Pakistan. The final report was submitted on October 23, 1974, detailing political, administrative, military and moral failings of the then Pakistan. The Report PDF Versio Introduction download Cabinet note download Press release download Chapter 1 download Chapter 2 download Chapter 3 download Chapter 4 download Chapter 5 download Annexure download ============================================= IT CONTAINS VIVID DETAILS OF EXCESSES COMMITTED BY PAK ARMY OFFICERS. RESTORING DUE RECOGNITION TO INDIAN ARMED FORCES FOR LIBERATING BANGLADESH (I WAS GIVEN SANGRAM MEDAL WITH NO BENEFITS) AIR VET GV NARAYANA HYDERABAD
|Current Status||:||CASE CLOSED|
|Date of Action||:||01 Jul 2016|
|Details||:||suggestive in nature|
(SOURCE- VIA E-MAIL FROM PMO OFFICE)
I could guess your sentiments and feelings Mr.GV Narayana.ReplyDelete
But let me tell you one thing.Modi is not the person you expect! He is another business man who tries to sell this great nation to foreign business people. NO definite policies with his government.We buy and drink and water today.What our off springs will be subjected to do is the question mark.God (even can not)save this nation
I am drawing pension from defense (Indian Navy) Vide PPO Number 09/97/B/S/00094/2003 Dated 16th January 2003 .
Account Number 13640100008056 of Bank of Baroda Gajner Kanpur- Dehat Uttarpradesh.
My particulars are as follows.
Name - Dharmpal Singh
Service Number - 111160-N
Date of birth - 06 May 1962
Rank at the time of retirement- Chief Petty Officer
Date of joining of Service 11th January 1982
date of retirement 31st January 2003
PPO Number 09/97/B/S/00094/2003 Dated 16th January 2003
Account Number 13640100008056
PAYING BANK ----- 0201364 BANK OF BARODA BRANCH GAJNER KANPUR DEHAT IFSC CODE- BARB0GAJNER
CPPC --- 0203244 BANK OF BARODA CENTRALIZED PENSION PROCESSING CENTRE 13TH FLOOR BANK OF BARODA BUILDING 16 PRLIAMENT STREET NEW DELHI.
I donot know what is the problems with CPPC Bank of Baroda that not applying OROP in my pension.
It is my request to pass the instructions to bank and OROP payment are to be made as earliest.
Thanks & Regards
Ex CPO ( Indian navy)