Govt committed to One Rank One Pension scheme: PM

New Delhi, May 30: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the government is committed to the One Rank One Pension scheme for ex-servicemen and there is no doubt about it.

PM Modi tweeted this morning:

"On OROP-the Govt is committed to OROP & there is no doubt about it".

His statement comes a day after Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said that no time frame could be specified for the implementation of OROP as a couple of administrative steps were still pending.

The assurance has come days after NDA government completed a year in office.

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