Book on army pensions launched

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, July 4

A ebook, “Military Pensions: Commentary, Case Law & Provisions,” authored by a Chandigarh-based lawyer, Major Navdeep Singh, was launched globally via on-line platforms on Saturday.

The quantity is a hardcover reference ebook divided into 33 chapters containing commentary on numerous kinds of pension and the insurance policies and provisions governing them. It additionally accommodates essential choices of the Supreme Court, High Courts and Armed Forces Tribunal on totally different sides coping with pension.

The ebook accommodates quite a lot of distinctive and uncommon provisions coping with pensions within the defence providers with related guidelines from the yr 1940 to the Seventh Pay Commission, together with some guidelines promulgated in 2020.

It additionally accommodates detailed chapters on incapacity and operational advantages with numerous provisions governing the identical in India and overseas. Other kinds of pension resembling service pension, invalid pension, particular pension, reservist pension and in addition ideas resembling restoration from pension and One Rank One Pension (OROP) are additionally lined, Maj Navdeep Singh mentioned.

The creator has actively practiced civil and army service issues and has been related to numerous landmark instances on the independence of tribunals and efforts on world reforms of army justice. He was part of the historic “Yale Draft” which was attended by judges, jurists and representatives of the United Nations to enhance upon the ‘UN Draft Principles governing the Administration of Justice through Military Tribunals’ on the Yale University. He has additionally been a member of the skilled committee arrange by the Defence Minister to suggest measures to cut back litigation within the armed forces and strengthen the system of grievance redressal.

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