Any Issue Relating to OROP Can be Taken by Judicial Panel: PM Modi

PM Modi also said that he wanted to see his "dream" of OROP implementation in a meaningful manner.

NEW DELHI:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi today sought to assuage protesting military veterans against "diluted" notification of One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme saying any issue relating to it can be taken up with the judicial committee set up by government to make it "fool-proof."

"I would like (to see) that the inputs, if any, are given to the committee," PM Modi said while visiting military installations associated with the 1965 Indo-Pak war and interacting with the troops on the occasion of Diwali.

Several war veterans have returned their medals as part of their protest against "diluted" OROP.

He said his government was the first to have set up a committee along with the OROP notification to make the scheme "foolproof."

PM Modi also said that he wanted to see his "dream" of OROP implementation in a meaningful manner.

For the second successive year, PM Modi celebrated Diwali with troops.

PM Modi paid surprise visits to three military installations close to the Indo-Pak border -- the Dograi War Memorial in Khasa, Asal Uttar Memorial near Valtoha and Barki War Memorial in Ferozepur district in Punjab, and interacted with the troops.


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Unknown said…
Till the findings of the judicial commission are made available,no implementation difficulties are foreseen on the basis of recent notification...
Unknown said…
!!! The Judicial Compilation!!! with fitment formula with variation may not fetch the desired uniformity...This portion has to be examined in detail, before government notification is published for implementation purposes...
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