From: dharam gupta [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 12 September 2010 21:18
To: CS Kamboj
Subject: OROP We the people
My dear Brig,
It was an eye opener not only to us the Armed Forces Veteran but for the
people of India. Our representatives did a wonderful discussion and rebuffed
Capt Dawar's claims.
i feel that we need to find answers to the following points to push our
- legal tenability of OROP as the Govt is harping on it.
- Answer to the proposal that give greater compensation rather than asking
- counter the argument of the Prof .... that under one roof ,son and
father will have different pensions. it is law of nature
(I saw the programme on internet. I feel that this was the only correct
point spoken by Professor Shaw.
Rest whatever he spoke - were statements by a heartless and brainless
I guess he is employed by the Babus as a financial adviser and is on their
When one raises a point at such high level discussions – the likely
response of others should be anticipated, appreciated and if the response is
not likely to be favourable – such a point should not be raised.
The point about father and son emoluments was a not weighed before speaking
The person who raised the point desrved that answer.
– Chander Kamboj)
All the speakers for Armed Forces case need congratulations.
Sh Chandrashekhar, MP needs special appreciation.
Col D P Gupta