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Will the Armed Forces benefit soon from the 6th Pay Commission or are they still going to be grudged their dues? Those who have retired and are say about 70 yrs old often wonder will this come through after they are dead? And how many more need to lay down their lives before realisation dawns on the govt.?

Asked by nargis bhambi, 02 Dec '08 12:17 am
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Nargis.. hopefully.
Answered by joyoti sen, 04 Dec '08 12:35 am

 
  
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Indeed, this is the plight of the people who deserve the best....., very sad and unfortunate!!!
Answered by minati vishwakarma, 02 Dec '08 12:51 am

 
  
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Now this is where my Heart pains for the plight of the Real HEROES ..!! The persons who should be the first one to get the benefits of the highest priority are being ignored on the cost of the Bureaucratic structure ..!! The Bureaucracy of India has played a villain always in keeping its supremacy intact at the cost of sufferings of the Defence forces ..!! The Government should have initiated a forward step to not only apply the recommendations of the 6th Pay Commission at earliest possible but to reconsider the faulty recommendations where the Forces are being made to suffer in terms of Benefits ..!! The Security Forces are to be handled carefully if in future India wants to get secured ..Youth is losing interest from the Services after seeing the plight of the Ex-Servicemen ..it is an alarming situation ..!! Governmenty should do something fruitful without losing any Time ..!!
Answered by rocky robust, 02 Dec '08 12:40 am

 
  
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Our Armed Forces should get the benefit of the VIth pay commission at the earliest. They deserve the best possible pay package and only then young persons will be attracted to join the armed forces in large numbers.
Answered by Francisco, 02 Dec '08 12:32 am

 
  
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Once the sixth pay commission report was submitted by the Sreekrishna commission, the Union Defence Minister had a very lengthy discussion with the PM and the FM and the recommendations about certain allowances was substantially jacked up. Still the three wings are not satisfied with the gestures and they feel that they are not suitably compensated for, in view of their arduous nature of duty. Naturally, delay can be anticipated as the Govt cant accede to all their demands as staff of othe depts on comparable or identical payscale will come forward for increased pay on apar with the services.
Answered by thampy chacko, 02 Dec '08 12:26 am

 
  
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