Saturday, June 19, 2021

Fourth West Zone meeting of Rajya Sainik Boards held in New Delhi

The fourth West Zone meeting of Rajya Sainik Boards, RSBs was held through video conferencing in New Delhi today. The meeting was chaired of Secretary, Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare, Ravikant.

The Action Taken Report of the third meeting of the West Zone was discussed along with fresh agenda points. The subjects included reservation of Ex-Servicemen in employment, staff shortage, pay and allowances of RSB employees, delay in payment of benefits under various welfare schemes, opening of new Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme ECHS Polyclinics, opening of new CSD Canteens and pension issues.

Mr Ravikant gave directions to take urgent and time-bound action on the issues raised by RSBs. He assured the RSBs of full support from Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare and Kendriya Sainik Board in resolving the issues.

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