CDS Bipin Rawat has made a big decision about the retirement time and pension of the soldiers


Bangla Hunt Desk: Chief of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat hints at a big change in the Indian Army. Chief of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat made a proposal to keep experienced and first-line officers in the army for more days.

The retirement age of soldiers in the Indian Army can be increased. According to sources, the issue of keeping experienced and first-line officers in the army for a long time is being discussed. The government is considering the proposal made by Chief of Defense Staff Bipin Rawat.

The pension scheme may also change

There may be some changes in the rules regarding keeping army officers in the army for a long time. For example, if an army officer wants to retire in advance before the retirement period, there may be some changes in his pension scheme. This will allow the army to be engaged in protecting civilians and serving the country for a longer period of time.

Army retirement rules may change

Under the new rules, it has been proposed to increase the retirement age of jawan and junior commissioned officers from 40 to 52 years and increase the service life to 56 years. On the other hand, it has been proposed to increase the retirement age of officers in the Colonel Air Force and Navy from 54 to 58 years at home. Besides, it has been proposed to increase the retirement age of brigadier officers from 57 years to 56 years.

According to the source, if any soldier is injured during the war or retires due to medical reasons, the rule will not apply to them. The idea is that the Indian Army wants to keep its experienced and first-line officers in the army longer.