A memorial for Siachin

To make memorials for Siachin casualties is a great idea. But while we are going gaga over the sacrifices of the jawan, a fitting tribute would be to bring about a semblance of sensitivities in allowances in that hostile area. A jawan gets around Rs 20000 per month as Siachin allowance and an officer around Rs 30000 plus. Compared to this a bureaucrat gets Rs 70000 plus in places like Shillong, Gangtok etc. Does it make sense? These are recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission! Mr Modi and his team needs to do some soul searching on the raw deal to the armed forces! more  

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