Programme to educate retired disable War Heroes and potential
retirees on Army welfare projects
[March 15 2017]
Army officers from the Directorate of Personnel
Administration, Directorate of Welfare, Directorate of Pay and Records,
led by the Directorate of Veterans Affairs are scheduled to meet a group
of 2,000 retired disabled War Heroes and potential disabled retirees of
the Army on Friday (17th March) at the Panagoda Army Cantonment.
According to Army media sources the meeting is being held in order to
update those personnel on all ongoing dedicated welfare projects.
The meeting is conducted on the directions of the
Commander of the Army, Lieutenant General Crishanthe De Silva and will
also provide an opportunity to educate those War Heroes on pending
issues, administrative processes, other issues, if any relating to
retirement and the steps and procedures that should be adopted in the
resolution of their grievances. A mobile counseling service will also be
held for the benefit of the attending War Heroes.