Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Veteran P.Natarajan expressing his sincere thanks to our Liaison Officer Sgt.S.kanthiah.
The under mentioned Sepoy called on us for a help in regards to BB.
Name: P.Natarajan Reg.No; 14376674 Group- D QS: 9 yrs.
PPO.No; D/CORR/ 64080/14
PDA: Indian Overseas ban, Tirunelveli-Dist Tamil Nadu.
On verifying the PPO and other papers , we came to know that he was INVALIDED out and his Disability Element was Enhanced to 50% from 20% w.e.f 1-7-2009.
Now as per the latest CDA cir 529, the eligibility of Broad banding is from 1-1-1996 .
Hence we have prepared the applicable Annexure- as per the Circular and advised him to forward the same to Record Office through his PDA.
The veteran was happy and thanked us for this help.
Sunday, October 26, 2014
We had already published this article on 28-11-2012, The Disability element is revised as 50% (Rs.1755) but the War injured element is not effected so far.
We have taken up the case once again with record Office and PCDA, Allahabd for converting the Normal Disability to War injured pension.
Veteran T.Rajaram with our Liaison Officer Sgt.S.kanthiah.He is showing the artificial Leg .
GREAT INJUSTICE TO ONE MORE WAR INJURED PENSIONER.
One Ex.Ts.Nk came to our Trust office and complained that he was not being paid the correct Rate of disability pension.
Name:Tirupathy Rajaram Rank: Ts.Nk No: 6462218 Qly.Ser.:15 yrs.
PPO.Nos: S/ 102256/1987 AND S/CORR/4263/2002.
PDA: Central Bank of india, Kovilpatti, Tuticorin –Dist, TN.
On going through the available papers, we noticed that he was wounded while on duty in Proximity to the enemy due to mine blast on 1-3-1980 and it was classified as Battle causality vide part II order No.73/15/1982
We also came to know that his Right foot Below ankle was amputated and was using artificial limb.
In spite of all the above, he was sanctioned with normal Disability element of 50% as attributable to military service.
He is falling under Category E of para 4.1 of GOI, MOD letter No. 1 (2)/97/ D (Pen-C) dated 31-1-2001. Hence eligible for a WAR injury pension but being sanctioned with normal disability pension.
It is a great injustice meted out to a veteran.
The innocent veteran was not aware of his eligibility and drawing his normal disability that too not properly being paid. Instead of 1755 , he was being paid 1404/-
We have now taken up the matter with MRC Record office and PCDA for consideration.
The poor veteran was very much pleased with our findings and action and expressed his sincere gratitude to our Welfare Trust for this timely help.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Our Prime Minister visited Siachen Sector (Kashmir) , the Highest Battle field and celebrated HIS FIRST DIWALI AS PRIME MINSTER WITH OUR JAWANS.
He praised the soldiers of their valour and courage , saying that 125 crore Indians could celebrate Diwali today and go about their lives in comfort because the soldiers stood guarding at the borders , prepared to make every sacrifice for the nation.
We are proud of OUR Prime Minister.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Monday, October 20, 2014
The DA rate for CPF Beneficiaries in respect of EX-GRATIA payment is increased by 12% with effect from 01-07-2014.
Ref: GOI. MP & PG & P NO: F.NO: 42/10/2014 P&PG(G) dated 20-10-2014
The Ex-Gratia pensioners are eligible for a monthly pension from July 2014 as under.
For Living Pensioners:
Basic pension………………750.00 ( CDA cir 521)
Dearness Pension(50%).. 375.00
DA @ 212%........... 2385.00
For Dependent s / family Pensioners.
Basic pension……………… .645.00
Dearness Pension…………… 323.00.
DA @ 204 %...................... .1975.00
All Ex-Gratia pensioners may approach their Bank branches AND
Claim for revised Basic pension and DA.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
Prepare for a changing world, PM Narendra Modi tells armed forces; and assures he will do everything to fulfil the promise on OROP
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with defence Minster Arun Jaitly, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha,
Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan and Army chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag during the
combined Commanders' Conference in New Delhi on Friday (PTI photo)