I love my India and want it to be the best in the world. It has the talent and capability. The state has constantly deteriorated in last six decades. The downfall is due to low quality, incompetent and corrupt leadership, unaccountable, equally corrupt bureaucracy and ineffective judiciary unable to fulfil people's aspirations resulting in unparalleled corruption and lawlessness. Drastic changes are necessary to make systems vibrant and responsive to make it an India of every Indian's dreams.
CHANDIGARH: The United
Front of Ex-servicemen on Sunday declared that it will move the Supreme Court
against the Central government's "flawed" notification for One Rank
One Pension (OROP).
Major General (retd) Satbir Singh, who is advisor to the front, said here that
the veterans will move the apex court within 10 days through noted lawyer Ram
Singh, who was on his way to Sirhind in Punjab to address an ex-servicemen's
rally, reiterated that the veterans' agitation was not for money but for upholding
the honour and dignity of the forces. The government's refusal to further
discuss the anomalies in the OROP notification had downgraded the honour and
dignity of the forces, he alleged. "An initial study of the
recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission indicates a further downgrading of
that status," he said.
He said the IAS lobby was working against the interests of the armed forces.
"The sooner the government realizes these devious designs of the
bureaucracy and makes amends, the better it would be. No government which
disregards and disrespects its defence forces can survive for long," he