Ex-servicemen Armed forces Sixth Pay Commission: Pay Arrears & Salary Hike Details after SC ruling: Finance Trading Times

Ex-servicemen Armed forces Sixth Pay Commission: Pay Arrears & Salary Hike Details after SC ruling

The latest news on Sixth Pay Commission is for the Ex-servicemen or Armed forces officers, who either retired or were supposed to retire between 1986 and 1996. There was a court case going on in the Keral High Court and today the honourable Supreme Court has upheld the decision of the Keral High Court that the pay arrears, pension details for Ex-servicemen or Armed forces officers were calculated incorrectly and they should be re-recalculated and paid with retrospective effect from Jan 1, 1986. This will bring in a big payment of arrears and pension payment for the retired army officers or Ex-servicemen or Armed forces officers. These employees, government employees will be getting the benefits of the Sixth pay Commission Panel Recommendations as per the new calculations. Sixth Pay Commission

How many ex-servicemen or army officers will benefit from this latest development on Sixth Pay Commission Recommendations?
Around 30,000 to 40,000 ex-servicemen or retired armed forces officers who were commissioned or retired between 1986 and 1996, are expected to benefit.

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Since which date will the Sixth Pay Commission Recommendations be effective?
As per the orders of the court, the calculations and hence the payment of arrears and pension should be made effective Jan 1, 1986.
Not only that, the employees will also be eligible to receive a 6% interest per annum for this.

Any officers who are exempted from this decision?
Yes - The order will not be applicable to officers who were commissioned or retired post-1996
The reason for this is that they were covered under the Fifth and Sixth Pay Commissions

Will the widows be eligible for this benefit?
Yes - not just the serving as well as retired army officers, also the widows will be eligible for this.

How many employees are expected to benefit from this recommendation?
Around 30K to 40K servicemen are expected to benefit.
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