Armed forces agree to implement 7th pay commission

The forces argue that the anomalies lower the status and pay parity of forces vis-a-vis their counterparts in the police and civilian administration.

New Delhi, September 15: After a week-long difference of opinion over the implement enhanced salaries under the 7th Central Pay Commission pay, the armed forces have heeded the advice of Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.

Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff Committee (CoSC) Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha has issued directions to all service headquarters asking them to issue orders for implementation of the 7th CPC.

This means that the soldiers will receive their new salary in their pay for September, payable in October.

Parrikar has assured the forces that their four-key demands will be met and issue will be sorted out but the decision of the government has to be implemented.


Their core demands are entry level pay be hiked as its suppressed, disability pension be brought at par with other wing of the Government; the forces we allowed Non-functional financial upgrade (NFU) and Enhancement of Military Service Pay (MSP) for JCOs.

The implementation had been stopped on September 9 after the three services issued letters to their formations saying they have asked the Government to hold “in abeyance” the implementation of the CPC in view of the “unresolved anomalies”. The Tribune had first reported on the matter in its edition dated September 11. 

The ‘unresolved anomalies’ had surfaced in the Ministry of Defence (MoD) notification issued on September 6.

On September 12, Parrikar had asked the forces to implement the pay commission and grievances, if any, can be taken up latter.

The MoD had notified the new pay commission on September 6 and the CoSC had met on September 7 and decided to withhold the CPC pending ‘resolution of anomalies'. The Tribune

6 comments:

  1. NON RECEIPT OF ARREARS AND REVISED PENSION AGAINST ONE RANK ONE PENSION

    1. I, have transferred to pension establishment wef 30 Apr 2015 on fulfil the terms and condition, after completion of 31 Years & 8 Months of service in the Army. My Basic pension for the Rank of Hony Lt is Rs. 15465/- per month.

    2. It is intimated that the Arrears and Revised Pension @ Rs. 16090/- (Basic) against OROP has been credited in my pension account during the month of Jul 2016, but the same has also been recovered on 30 Aug 2016. I have visited the CPPC Delhi on 01 Sep 2016 to know the reason for the said recoveries. The dealing staff of CPPC Delhi replied that the pensioners whose are retiree after 01 Jul 2014 are not eligible for arrears and revised pension against OROP vide circular No 555 dated 04 Feb 2016.

    3. I want to apprise that arrears and revised pension against OROP to retirees pre 01 Jul 2014 has been released by the CPPC as per circular No 555 dated 04 Feb 2016 and retiree after 04 Feb 2016 are getting the PPO as per revised (Pension) Table of OROP. So,we ask the Govt, what is the guilty of Retirees post 01 Jul 2014, whose are not entitled for the OROP. The retirees post 01 Jul 2014 are getting less pension to pre retiree in the same Rank and same Service, than how can say OROP.

    4. In view of above, all concerned are requested to raise the voice and do the needful to issue necessary instruction / direction by the Govt to release the arrears and revised pension against OROP in respect of retirees post 01 Jul 2014 at the earliest.

    with warm Regards,

    From Subedar Major Clerk (SD) and Honorary Capt Rajbir Singh Tomar

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  2. NON RECEIPT OF ARREARS AND REVISED PENSION AGAINST ONE RANK ONE PENSION

    1. I, have transferred to pension establishment wef 30 Apr 2015 on fulfil the terms and condition, after completion of 31 Years & 8 Months of service in the Army. My Basic pension for the Rank of Hony Lt is Rs. 15465/- per month.

    2. It is intimated that the Arrears and Revised Pension @ Rs. 16090/- (Basic) against OROP has been credited in my pension account during the month of Jul 2016, but the same has also been recovered on 30 Aug 2016. I have visited the CPPC Delhi on 01 Sep 2016 to know the reason for the said recoveries. The dealing staff of CPPC Delhi replied that the pensioners whose are retiree after 01 Jul 2014 are not eligible for arrears and revised pension against OROP vide circular No 555 dated 04 Feb 2016.

    3. I want to apprise that arrears and revised pension against OROP to retirees pre 01 Jul 2014 has been released by the CPPC as per circular No 555 dated 04 Feb 2016 and retiree after 04 Feb 2016 are getting the PPO as per revised (Pension) Table of OROP. So,we ask the Govt, what is the guilty of Retirees post 01 Jul 2014, whose are not entitled for the OROP. The retirees post 01 Jul 2014 are getting less pension to pre retiree in the same Rank and same Service, than how can say OROP.

    4. In view of above, all concerned are requested to raise the voice and do the needful to issue necessary instruction / direction by the Govt to release the arrears and revised pension against OROP in respect of retirees post 01 Jul 2014 at the earliest.

    with warm Regards,

    From Subedar Major Clerk (SD) and Honorary Capt Rajbir Singh Tomar

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  3. These Indian armed forces officers are so opportunist that they don't even think about PBORS .why dont they ask for equal MSP

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  4. These Indian armed forces officers are so opportunist that they don't even think about PBORS .why dont they ask for equal MSP

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    1. EMS are requested to request PM. He only can give and fulfil your demands. He is to decide and the Union Cabinet has to Pprove. Therefore, be quick to write PM.
      Cd. Offs., JCOs and ORs duty and responsibility are laid down. They function accordingly. No one can deny rights and privileges provided by regulation and rules to ORs.
      Only legal orders can be obeyed. Regards,

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