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Date: 16 March 2016 6:52:26 pm IST
To: Vijay <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: What I had analysed and predicted seems coming true.
I am copying a message received from my friend Brig SC Marwaha, which I am pasting below.
"I got a mail that the RM had visited Wellington yesterday and to a specific question whether the 7 CPC implementation will cover the OROP revision from 01 Jan 2016, he said that the 7 CPC will not be implemented for veterans. The next revision will only be in 2019."
If you recollect I had analysed and predicted it so but you had disagreed.
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RIGHT TO WITHHOLD OR SUSPEND OR DISCONTINUE PENSION
9. (a) In circumstances to be determined by the competent authority or as may be specified in these Regulations, the pension including the commuted value thereof which
has not been paid or gratuity to be granted to an individual, or any portion of it, may be withheld, suspended or discontinued. In exceptional cases payment of part or whole of the
pension, allowance or gratuity withheld or suspended may, by an order of the competent authority be made to the wife or other dependant(s) of the pensioner.
(b) This Regulation may be invoked under the following circumstances (emphasis supplied) -
(i) Offences against the State during the period of service, including service rendered upon re-employment after retirement, as listed in Chapter-VI of the Indian Penal Code. Relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code are reproduced below -
(1) Waging or attempting to wage war or abetting waging of war against the Government of India;
(2) Conspiracy to commit offence punishable by section 121 I.P.C.
(3) Collecting arms etc. with intention of waging war against the Government of India.
(4) Concealing with intent to facilitate design to wage war.
(5) Assaulting President, Governor etc. with intent to compel or restrain the exercise of any lawful power.
(7) Waging war against any Asiatic power in alliance with the Government of India.
(8) Committing depredation on territories of powers at peace with the Government of India.
(9) Receiving property taken by war or depredation mentioned in sections 125 and 126 Indian Penal Code.
(10) Public servant voluntarily allowing prisoner of State of war to escape.
(11) Public servant negligently allowing such prisoner to escape.
(12) Aiding escape of, rescuing or harbouring such prisoner.
(ii) Other serious crimes under Indian Penal Code, Official Secrets Act or any other special law of the land and grave misconduct; as defined in Notes to Regulation 8 of these Regulations.
(iii) To recover the whole or part of any pecuniary loss caused to the Government in cases where in any departmental or judicial proceedings, the pensioner/individual is found guilty of misconduct or negligence committed during the period of service including service rendered on re-employment after
retirement/discharge, leading to the said loss;
(iv)Unauthorized by continuing to occupy the residential accommodation including hired one provided by the Government;
(v) When a report is received after sanctioning the pension, that departmental or judicial proceedings (for the offences committed while in service or during the period of re-employment) are in progress against the individual;
(vi)When an individual obtains re-employment after retirement without obtaining prior permission of the competent authority where required; and,
(vii) Any other circumstances considered special by the Central Government.