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Grewal's arrear was credited to his account on Nov 8: Govt

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Seven days after ex-serviceman allegedly committed suicide on November 1 over "One Rank One Pension" (OROP) issue, the government had credited the arrears of Rs 53,978 to his bank account, was informed today.

On enquiry regarding payment of the benefits of to him, the pension disbursing bank has informed that he was drawing pension of Rs 22,608 per month, Defence Minister said in a written reply.



"He was entitled for revised pension of Rs 25,634 per month, under OROP. The total amount of arrears of Rs 53,978 on account of implementation of has been credited to bank account of late Ex-Subedar on November 8, 2016," he said.

The Minister said Rs 3020.97 crore has been spent this financial year as on November 12 on account of payment of arrears under OROP.

70-year-old Grewal, a resident of Haryana's Bhiwani district, ended his life on November 1 by consuming poison on the lawns of a government building in Janpath.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Grewal's arrear was credited to his account on Nov 8: Govt

Seven days after ex-serviceman Ram Kishan Grewal allegedly committed suicide on November 1 over "One Rank One Pension" (OROP) issue, the government had credited the arrears of Rs 53,978 to his bank account, Lok Sabha was informed today. On enquiry regarding payment of the benefits of OROP to him, the pension disbursing bank has informed that he was drawing pension of Rs 22,608 per month, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said in a written reply. "He was entitled for revised pension of Rs 25,634 per month, under OROP. The total amount of arrears of Rs 53,978 on account of implementation of OROP has been credited to bank account of late Ex-Subedar Ram Kishan Grewal on November 8, 2016," he said. The Minister said Rs 3020.97 crore has been spent this financial year as on November 12 on account of payment of arrears under OROP. 70-year-old Grewal, a resident of Haryana's Bhiwani district, ended his life on November 1 by consuming poison on the lawns of a government building in Seven days after ex-serviceman allegedly committed suicide on November 1 over "One Rank One Pension" (OROP) issue, the government had credited the arrears of Rs 53,978 to his bank account, was informed today.

On enquiry regarding payment of the benefits of to him, the pension disbursing bank has informed that he was drawing pension of Rs 22,608 per month, Defence Minister said in a written reply.

"He was entitled for revised pension of Rs 25,634 per month, under OROP. The total amount of arrears of Rs 53,978 on account of implementation of has been credited to bank account of late Ex-Subedar on November 8, 2016," he said.

The Minister said Rs 3020.97 crore has been spent this financial year as on November 12 on account of payment of arrears under OROP.

70-year-old Grewal, a resident of Haryana's Bhiwani district, ended his life on November 1 by consuming poison on the lawns of a government building in Janpath.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Grewal's arrear was credited to his account on Nov 8: Govt

Seven days after ex-serviceman allegedly committed suicide on November 1 over "One Rank One Pension" (OROP) issue, the government had credited the arrears of Rs 53,978 to his bank account, was informed today.

On enquiry regarding payment of the benefits of to him, the pension disbursing bank has informed that he was drawing pension of Rs 22,608 per month, Defence Minister said in a written reply.

"He was entitled for revised pension of Rs 25,634 per month, under OROP. The total amount of arrears of Rs 53,978 on account of implementation of has been credited to bank account of late Ex-Subedar on November 8, 2016," he said.

The Minister said Rs 3020.97 crore has been spent this financial year as on November 12 on account of payment of arrears under OROP.

70-year-old Grewal, a resident of Haryana's Bhiwani district, ended his life on November 1 by consuming poison on the lawns of a government building in Janpath.

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