Implementation of OROP Scheme : Madras High Court Notice to Centre on Petition by Ex Serviceman
One Rank One Pension: Madras High Court Notice to Centre on Petition by Ex Serviceman
MADURAI: The Madras High Court on Friday issued notice to the Centre on a petition seeking a direction to issue a notification to implement the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme within a stipulated period.
Acting on the petition by ex-serviceman S Chinnadurai, Justice S Vaidyanathan ordered notice to the Cabinet, Finance and Defence secretaries and sought their reply within two weeks.
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The petitioner contended that 90 per cent of the ex- servicemen are living below the poverty line.
Previous governments had already announced OROP and allocated Rs. 500 crore for it. On May 1, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also assured that OROP would be implemented by the government but no timeframe had been given, he alleged.
The Indian ex-servicemen movement had also sent a memorandum and he had also submitted a representation.
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