Disability pension: Defence Ministry refers matter to Anomaly Committee of 7th CPC

In a statement, the Defence Ministry said the 7th CPC had recommended a slab-based system for determining the disability pension, which was accepted by the government.

By: PTI | New Delhi | Published:October 13, 2016 8:51 pm
Defence ministry, disability pension, defence pension, percentage-based, slab-based, 7th Central Pay Commission, 7th Pay commission, 7th CPC, india news, indian express What the military personnel are upset about is that civilians will continue to be paid pensions according to the earlier “percentage system”, which means that a civilian employee will have higher disability pension than his military counterpart.

The Defence Ministry on Thursday said it has referred the representation of the armed forces for a percentage-based system rather than a slab-based one for determining disability pension to the Anomaly Committee of the 7th Central Pay Commission. The move came following widespread criticism from opposition parties and the military establishment over a letter issued on September 30 which had introduced a slab-based system, as recommended by the 7th Pay Commission, for determining the disability pension for defence forces.

In a statement, the Defence Ministry said the 7th CPC had recommended a slab-based system for determining the disability pension, which was accepted by the government.

A percentage-based system was followed in the 6th CPC regime for calculating disability pension for defence forces personnel as well as civilians.

“Service Headquarters have represented that the percentage-based system should be continued under the 7th CPC for calculating disability pension for defence services at par with their civilian counterparts.

“The Ministry has referred the representation of the Service Headquarters to the Anomaly Committee of the 7th CPC for consideration,” the statement said.

What the military personnel are upset about is that civilians will continue to be paid pensions according to the earlier “percentage system”, which means that a civilian employee will have higher disability pension than his military counterpart.

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    S.parandamudu
    Feb 14, 2017 at 1:37 pm
    Sir.mi 2009.med.cat.EEE.50%.Rs 1755.disibility pension.milra.7cpc ke bhad muje kitna milthahi.ye kab clear hoga.
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      S.k.yadav
      Jan 13, 2017 at 1:58 am
      Sir mai 2004 me medical bord aaya that mujhe 50% 1755 desbulty pension hailt;br/gt;7th pe ke bad mujhe kitana milana chaiye
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        Sub JR
        Feb 18, 2017 at 1:14 pm
        Disability pension of defence personnel must be on percentage basis and not as per slab system.
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          shiv
          Jan 28, 2017 at 7:59 am
          Disability pension fix now.officers 26000,jco 18000,,rest 12000 fix.ni percentage and those who retired as low medical category and not drawing medical pension they will also come in last category.
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            omprakash sharma
            Feb 21, 2017 at 9:33 am
            respected sir before the implementation i was drawing rs20430pmfrom my pension but after implementation of 7thcpcmy pension decrease now a amount of rs 17555is comming in my account as of pension i couldnot understood why my pension is decreased i asked from bank officials but they could not satisfied me this is my requestin your honour please ask the bank officials and relief me i am so much disturb that i cant say some thing pl help me in this matter if possible pl send me my pcurrent pension status including the benifits from 7th cpc thanks a loti also request that early action is requsted in this matter again thank you
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              Ramesh prasad
              Feb 9, 2017 at 6:08 am
              A clear case of gross injustice to armed forces Disability pensioners ,Must to rectified immediately,Govt should give instruction to anomaly committee to submit rectified report immediately
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                A K
                Oct 16, 2016 at 5:51 am
                A clear case of gross injustice to Armed Forces Disability Pensioners.lt;br/gt;Must be rectified immediately .lt;br/gt;No reference to anomaly committee is warranted.lt;br/gt;Any citizen of India will agree for better payment to Armed Forces .lt;br/gt;Lesser pay out to Armed Forces lt;br/gt;Pensioners in comparison to civilian employees.should not be accepted.lt;br/gt;In fact it will result in REDUCTION in disability element of pension , when lt;br/gt;compared to what is being paid now ( as on 1-1-2016 )lt;br/gt;Let it be at least same for all central employees including Armed Forces.
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                  shiv
                  Oct 14, 2016 at 10:09 am
                  disability pension mein bhi chor officers ko zyada chahiye,jawan khane ke liye.
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