SC refuses to accept govt’s sealed cover note on OROP dues
Asking the Union as to what “secrecy” could be there, the CJI said, “I am personally averse to sealed covers. There has to be transparency in court.
SC says Centre can't take law in its own hands on OROP
The bench said the defence ministry's January 20 communication was completely contrary to its verdict and it cannot unilaterally say it will pay OROP arrears in four installments.
SC grants Centre time till March 15 to pay arrears of OROP to pensioners of armed forces
The top court granted liberty to ex-servicemen association to file an application if they feel aggrieved by any action of the Centre on payment of arrears of the OROP.
Revision of pension of armed forces personnel commendable move: Yogi Adityanath
Pension of past pensioners would be re-fixed based on the average of minimum and maximum pension of defence forces retirees of the calendar year 2018 in the same rank with the same length of service.
Cabinet revises pension for Armed Forces under One Rank One Pension
More than 25.13 lakh (including over 4.52 lakh new beneficiaries) armed forces' pensioners/family pensioners will be benefitted from the revision.
Gagging the sound of silence
For 25 years, aggreived citizens gathered at Jantar Mantar to bring their protests closer to the doors of power and get their voices heard. Now, the NGT order has left them dejected and outraged.
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