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Complete the senior military payment anomaly: HC

Complete the senior military payment anomaly: HC
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Chandigarh: Ending a long-term paseless peculiarity, the Punjab High Court and Haryana have directed the United States to clean up striking anomalies associated with the ranks of the main and above where the senior military ranks get lower salaries and pensions than their juniors.
Even Colonel draws more than Lieutenant General in certain cases.
Justice Fateh Deep Singir directed the central government to resolve anomalies within six months and also observed that this anomaly had a negative impact and affected the morale of defense forces.
There is no consensus on the methodology to resolve anomalies, the core of anomalies is the addition of a military service (MSP) of Rs 15,500 until the rank of Brigadier.
After the rank of Brigadier, while the number of special allowances has been based and added to promotions for ranking above the main general, the same thing is not added as a separate element as a result of higher rankings.
With the addition of MSP, the scale of Lieutenant Colonel, Colonel, and Brigadier surpassed those who General General to Lieutenant-General.
Salary anomalies also affect retired retirement as well.
The Minister of Defense at that time Arun Jaitley, who also held the Ministry of Finance’s portfolio at the time, has discussed the anomaly but the last letter was not issued with the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Finance and the Department of Personnel & Training to write each other but failed to reach the consensus on the methodology to complete anomaly.
However, this problem has reached before the Punjab High Court and Haryana after the petition filed by the main general D n Asija and others.
They have overcome the Ministry of Defense and the Ministry of Finance Union to cause delays eliminate anomalies.
Experts about the subject say that orders will affect all officers placed and not only persecutors before the High Court.

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