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GET UNITED TO RESIST ANY MOVE BY GOVERNMENT TO GAG PENSIONERS VOICE THROUGH CODE OF CONDUCT

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GET UNITED TO RESIST ANY MOVE BY GOVERNMENT TO GAG PENSIONERS VOICE THROUGH CODE OF CONDUCT
Gag order for employees issued by the Ministry of Finance. Department of Expenditure, Controller General of Accounts vide No. CDN/MF.CGA/CPGRAM/2019/378 Dated 19th November, 2019, Army mulling code of conduct for Veterans ( Retd Army officers) M/O P,PG & Pensions-DOPPW too is craving to gag civil pensioners through code of Conduct. SCM Secy Genl BPS
Army Mulls Code of Conduct for VeteransThe news has met with severe criticism from retired officials.
Representative image. Photo: PTI The Wire Staff RIGHTS
SECURITY 05/NOV/2019 New Delhi: News that the Army headquarters is in the process of finalising a code of conduct which its veterans will have to follow has met with open criticism from retired officers, who in the recent past have not minced words in hitting out against government, army and political practices. The plan to hold Army men and women to a set of rules even after they retire was disclose…

C G Employees are suggested through e- mail or public grievance portal- Not Directly

CG Employees are suggested to communicate through e-mails or public grievance portal – Not Directly

All Central Government employees are strictly advised to send their application for the representation on any service matters should forward to higher authorities through proper channel only, not to directly.
DoE reiterates to avoid submission of representation to PM or Secretary directly
Central Government employees are advised to communicate through e-mails or public grievance portal for seeking redressal of their grievances.
The Department of Expenditure (Controller General of Accounts) published an OM regarding the subject of representation from Government servant on service matters on 19th November 2019.As per instructions said in the OM, the provision of Rule 20 of CCS(Conduct) Rules 1964 prohibiting Government servants from bringing outside influence in respect of matter pertaining to his service matters. Violation of these instructions may be treated as unbecoming conduct on the p…

The Wire Staff The Wire Staff RIGHTSSECURITY 05/NOV/2019 New Delhi: News that the Army headquarters is in the process of finalising a code of conduct which its veterans will have to follow has met with open criticism from retired officers, who in the recent past have not minced words in hitting out against government, army and political practices. The plan to hold Army men and women to a set of rules even after they retire was disclosed by Lieutenant General Ashwani Kumar at a news channel appearance. Newspapers like Times of India and Telegraph have both revealed that sources had told them that the army was planning to have serving officers sign an undertaking promising that they would adhere to the code even after retirement. “But the code is still at the discussion stage…there is nothing final yet. Moreover, the Navy and IAF will also have to be consulted too,” a senior officer told TOI. In their report on a possible code for veterans, ThePrint has said that the Army Act covers only serving officers. Veterans are, therefore, not bound by it, even though they can retain their ranks after retirement. Once they retire, Army officials’ actions come under the Indian Penal Code. According to several reports, among veterans who have been critical of the purported move by the Army are Major General (retired) S.S. Chohan, Brigadier (retired) V. Mahalingam, Major (retired) Navdeep Singh and Colonel (retired) Ashok. More veterans are understood to have spoken to the above-mentioned news outlets under the condition of anonymity. Code of conduct for veterans won’t be legally binding: Army clarifies Downplaying the controversy which was triggered after former Adjutant General of the Army, before his retirement, said a code of conduct is under consideration, the Army clarified that if and when it takes shape it will only be in the form of an advisory. Abhishek Bhalla New Delhi November 7, 2019UPDATED: November 7, 2019 11:26 IST Officials said whatever code is made it will not be without proper feedback from the veteran community and they will be taken on board and their suggestions will be taken. (File image for representation) Code of conduct for veterans won’t be legally binding: Army clarifies

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Army Mulls Code of Conduct for Veterans The news has met with severe criticism from retired officials.
Representative image. Photo: PTI The Wire Staff

BPS64th AGM at New Jalpaiguri on 22.11.2019 BPS THREE THOUGHTS ( Shri S. Suryanarayanan, Patron, Bharat Pensioners Samaj)

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The first and foremost is the need for all of us to speak in one voice. Speaking in multiple, differing and dissident voices only weakens our case and needs to be eschewed.


The second is our attitude and response to NPS. Almost all over the world, defined-benefit schemes of the type we are accustomed to are giving way to defined-contribution schemes of the NPS type. We cannot wish this away. Rather than fighting for the abolition of NPS, we should strive to see how best the long-term interests of all of us-the present and the future NPS pensioners and their families could be safeguarded.
The third is healthcare. The Central Government is lagging behind a number of State Governments in this regard. Many CGHS empaneled hospitals are turning away CGHS beneficiaries, not to speak of the new RELHS & CTSE card holders. The scheme/principle of referral only adds to the problems.It is high time we make all out efforts to get in place a unified healthcare scheme for all sections of Governme…

Letter regarding social media

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S C judgement

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RBA_103_AC-II_2019

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Submission of 'Life certificate'.

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Regarding marking of PPO number in the bank passbook of Pensioner/Family Pensioners.

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Sharing of order dt : 16.09.2019 of Ho'nble CAT/ Mumbai Bench in OA No. 688/2014 filed by Shri Girish Kumar Sabu

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