After 37-year wait, missing soldier's wife to get her dues

MADIKERI: A woman in Karnataka has gained a 37-year-old 'struggle' to receive the retirement benefits of her husband - a missing soldier of the Indian Army.
U Balakrishna of Singatturu village in Kodagu disappeared in June 16, 1981 after spending a month at home on depart.

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Balakrishna prompt for her base but by no means reported to his seniors. Instead of launching a seek for the missing soldier, the military issued several notices to his wife about his husband's sudden disappearance announcing that he did not show up for his duties.

The army later sacked him.

Nanjamma, Balakrishna's wife, approached the military several time to grasp the whereabouts of her husband but in vein.


Meanwhile, the military stopped all benefits and facilities to Nanjamma leaving her at her personal.


Finaly, Nanjamma went to court docket to in hope of receiving benefits she was entitled to as a soldier's wife.


The court docket ruled that a person missing for long and now not heard of for over seven years might be presumed to have died.


After 37-year wait, missing soldier's wife to get her dues After 37-year wait, missing soldier's wife to get her dues Reviewed by kailash soni on March 14, 2018 Rating: 5
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