In all, 307 cases were settled at a two-day Defence Pension Adalat organised at the Military Station, Pangode. The adalat received 770 representations. As many as 57 pensioners benefited financially from the adalat.
Arvind R Kaushal, IDAS, Additional Controller General of Defence Accounts, New Delhi, handed over citations to pensioners who benefited financially through the adalat. The total financial value generated as a result of intervention of the adalat is to the tune of Rs 116.83 lakh, a Defence spokesperson said.
The adalat was organised by the Controller of Defence Accounts, Chennai. Anjaneyulu, Controller of Defence Accounts, Chennai; K K Govindan Nair, director of Sainik Welfare, Kerala, and Lalloo Ram, CDA (Pension), Allahabad, were present.