7th Pay Commission – Option 1 recommended for the revision of Pension has been denied

| May 22, 2017

Option 1 recommended by 7th CPC for the revision of pension/family pension of Pre 2016 retirees DENIED

How ,the battle is lost
One rank one pension denied

pensioners

OPTION 1 recommended by 7th CPC for the revision of Pension/Family pension of pre-2016 Denied inspite of availability of service records of over 80% of old pensioners.








The alternative given vide OM dated 12.5.2017 though to some extent it will benefit a good % of old pensioners, it cannot make up the lifelong loss old pensioners will suffer due to denial of option 1. Ever since Honourable Supreme Court land mark judgement dated 17.12.2017 in UOI vs D S Nakra. In the hide and seek game with UOI for 100% parity between present & past Civil Pensioners ‘Bharat Pensioners Samaj’ had this time secured Penalty Corner but the Babu in DOP & PW foiled the final hit.

Why only DOP& PW, our own people must share the blame! The war veterans whom we had been supporting for years in their struggle for one rank one pension were the first to oppose ‘Bharat Pensioners Samaj’ demand for 100% parity/one rank one pension through electronic media as well as through representations (backed by their serving HODs) to GOI pleading that they only are entitled to this benefit and not the Civil pensioners

The final blow was delivered in the 7th meeting of feasibility committee on 17.10.2016 when as mentioned in Para 4 of the official minutes vide No. 38/37/2016-P&PW(A) GOI Ministry of Personnel, P.G. and Pensions -DOP &PW dated the 31st October, 2016 (placed here under). JCM (staff side) agreed with govt’s alternative proposal.




What we will lose

REVISED. PENSION OF S-19 PB 3 (LEVEL 11) PENSIONERS
OF 4TH CPC WITH 3RD OPTION
OPTION BASED ON NOTIONAL PAY IN SUCCESSIVE PAY COMMISSIONS
(Para 5 of minutes of meeting held on 6th October, 2016) vs Option 1
Pay
on
retirement
Notional
pay -5th
CPC
Notional
pay-6th
CPC
(Fitment
table-5th
CPC)
Notional
pay 7th
CPC
with MF
of 2.57-
3rd option
(col.3xMF)
Operative
Pay of Col
4 in the
next cell of
pay matrix
(MoF OM
dt.
25.7.2016)
Pay
denied on
option 1
with
increment
& (pay
matrix)
Pension
as per
option 3
(col. 5/2)
Pension
as per
option 1
(col. 6/2)
Difference
in pensions
between
option
1 & 3
(col. 8-7)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
3000 10000 25200 64764 67700 67700 33850 33850 0
3100 10000 25200 64764 67700 69700 33850 34850 1000
3200 10000 25200 64764 67700 71800 33850 35900 2050
3300 10325 25810 65332 67700 74000 33850 37000 3150
3400 10325 25810 66332 67700 76200 33850 38100 4250
3500 10650 26410 67874 69700 78500 34850 39250 4400
3625 10975 27020 69441 69700 80900 34850 40450 5600
3750 10975 27020 69441 69700 83300 34850 41650 6800
3875 11300 27620 70983 71800 85800 35900 42900 7000
4000 11300 27620 70983 71800 88400 35900 44200 8300
4125 11625 28230 72551 74000 91100 37000 45550 8550
4250 11950 28830 74093 76200 93800 38100 46900 8800
4375 11950 28830 74093 76200 96600 38100 48300 10200
4500 12275 29440 75661 76200 99500 38100 49750 11650




Source: Bharat Pensioner Samaj

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