Agniveer will not be able to leave the job of his own free will: 25% of Agniveer will go to the army, what will happen to 75%? Read answers to 5 questions related to Agneepath

Posted on 23rd Jun 2022 11:38 am by rohit kumar

Agneepath scheme was announced on 14th June. As soon as it was announced, this scheme came under the scanner. The youth started protesting. There is still much confusion in his mind regarding this scheme. We have pulled out 5 most asked questions of youth from social media. Let us know the answers to those five questions. You can also watch the video above for the whole thing.


Question 1: How many jawans will get a chance to join the army under the Agneepath scheme? What will be their salary package?


Answer: In the first year, 46 thousand soldiers will be recruited by combining the three parts of the army i.e. Army, Air Force, and Navy. In the next 4 to 5 years, it will be increased to 50 to 60 thousand and after that 90 thousand to 1 lakh 20 thousand recruitments will be done.


In the first year, youth will be kept at 30 thousand rupees per month. Including EPF/PPF, Agniveer will be able to earn Rs 4.76 lakh in the first year. By the fourth year, the salary will be 40 thousand rupees per month. That is 6.92 lakh rupees in a year including EPF / PPF. In the graphic below, see how much the salary of Agniveers will increase in 4 years.


The amount deducted in the salary will be given to the Agniveers along with interest after the completion of four years of service. This amount will be around 11 lakhs.


Question 2: What will Agniveer do after four years? Will they get the same facilities that are available to ex-servicemen at present?


Answer: Agniveers will be given health facilities while serving in the army, but after completing 4 years, they will not be given any kind of pension. Also, the facilities available to ex-servicemen will not be available.


After 4 years Agniveer can apply for Permanent Joining in Army. Of these, 25% will be retained based on merit. However, this will happen only when there are recruitments in the army at that time.


After 4 years of service, 75% of Agniveers will be given Rs 12 lakh as a service fund package. So that they can start any work of their own. Apart from this, there will be an insurance cover of 48 lakhs. However, both these facilities will also be available to that 25% of Agniveers who will be permanently selected in the army.


If Agniveer dies during service, his family will be given Rs 48 lakh.


Question 3: What kind of promotions can Agniveers get?


Answer: Agniveer is a separate rank. There is no rule to give any kind of promotion to him only while being Agniveer.


Question 4: If these recruitments are only for 4 years, then will the Agniveers get the same honor and award as the jawans?


Answer: Agniveers will be given separate batches to make them stand out from the rest of the soldiers in the army. Also, based on work, they will get the same respect and rewards as the rest of the soldiers. In this, below the officer rank i.e. the rank of Personnel Below Officer Rank or PBOR will be the recruitment of soldiers.


Question 5: Can Agniveer leave the army before the completion of 4 years?


no answer. Agniveers who are recruited in the army will have to complete a tenure of 4 years. Meanwhile, he cannot leave the job of his own free will. Agniveer can leave the job only under some special conditions, but for that, he will have to take permission from the officer. Agniveer who quits his job in the middle will be given that part of the service fund, to which he has contributed, but he will not get the amount of the government share.


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