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Bengaluru: About 2,000 ex-servicemen from the army, navy and air force were offered employment in the corporate sector at a job fair here on Sunday.

Air Officer Commanding Chief Air Marshal SRK Nair also expressed gratitude to the corporate sectors for offering this opportunity to ex-servicemen

We are grateful to the corporate sector for employing our well-trained and disciplined ex-servicemen in its private firms,

Organised by the Delhi-based Directorate General Resettlement, the fair was held at the Jalahalli air force station.

Around 55 private firms from five southern states and Maharashtra participated in the fair and offered jobs to our defence personnel,

Jobs were offered in diverse areas such as management, human resource, healthcare, aviation, finance, telecom and safety-cum-security.

(Inputs from IANS)

(Picture Courtesy: sainiksamachar.nic.in)

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Veterans to continue stir, end fast-unto-death

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By NewsGram Staff Writer

Thoda hai thode ki zarurat hai.

A day after the government announced that it shall implement the OROP scheme for the military, ex-servicemen said on Sunday they will continue their protest but end the fast-unto-death.

4_OROP_Protest_Jan_2511711gAddressing a press conference here, Maj Gen (Retd) Satbir Singh, leader of the association leading the agitation, said the protest will continue till four specific points raised by the ex-servicemen are not accepted by the government.

The agitation will continue. We will intensify it further,” he told the media near the Jantar Mantar here, adding that not much money was required to fulfill their remaining demands.

“Only Rs.30 crore would be needed,” he said.

He also said that rallies of ex-servicemen would be organised across the country on September 12.

 

(with inputs from IANS)

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No word of negotiation from government yet: Ex-servicemen on OROP

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By NewsGram Staff-Writer

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Even on the 81st day of their hunger strike, the retired army veterans were denied of official communication with the Modi government regarding any latest negotiation on the OROP scheme.

On Thursday, the ex-servicemen protesting at Jantar Mantar said the government itself seems confused over what they are going to offer. There have been rumours which say that the government is working on a new scheme for negotiating with the retired soldiers.

Seeking immediate implementation of OROP, Captain Anil Kaul said, “the government has not given us any information about any scheme. How can they negotiate on something of which they are not aware?”

He said they are neither making any special demands nor any incentive is sought. They are just asking for their revised pension. Kaul further added that officers and junior officials are on the same page regarding the OROP demand; there is no issue of a tussle between them.

Commenting on the government’s financial scuffle on OROP, Kaul said the proposed expenditure has been reviewed by the defence minister after a layer of background check by the finance ministry; so, the government should not have any trouble in putting OROP into effect.

Retired Captain VK Gandhi also added that the government is not clearing its stand on OROP; different people have been saying different things.

(With Inputs from IANS)