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Sunday, December 18, 2016

Movement on the implementation of the Committee of Experts

As reported by the media, there has been some movement on the implementation of the recommendations of the Committee of Experts established by the Raksha Mantri on litigation and improving the system of redressal of grievances.

Some of such recent media reports are linked as follows:





5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good to see these and kudos to all concerned. I guess less people are commenting here and more on your Social Media page!

karunakaran a ex havildar said...

This is to submit that in Army, officers are having unbridled power to punish, there is no appeal forum, now armed forces tribunal has come to salvage us, every thing whether it is grievances or concerning cause of all serving soldier with regard to pay and allowances, any discrepancy is observed, it must be addressed with minimum delay , a very good and positive step to fulfil our genuine demand
thank you sir for disseminating the information for the cause of all

vinod rana said...

Kudos to Maj Navdeep for Spearheading the Momentum for safeguarding Rights of Serving and

Satyabhan Singh said...

Sir, The expert Committed did a fine job with practical recommendations but whether these shall have any ground affect is seriously doubted having seen the prevailing attitude and mindset of people concerned,only wish recommendations are implemented on on ground. Col S B Singh, Retd Jaipur

Someshwar said...

The report says 34 proposal has been accepted. Unfortunately , there is no description of these 34 accepted recommendation. If sir , it is disclosed it will be relief to all those covered under such proposal