Admittedly, as Shri MSM says 20% and 100% are not mutually exclusive. Shri JMA probably represents majority of those whose commuted value of pension has been long restored, those nearing eighty or have crossed eighty. Probably, Shri A is apprehensive of Shri M not (apparently) not seeing woods for the trees. Rather, like Shri A, many pensioners, of advanced age in particular, (though uncalled for) are worried about precious time.
The precious time is different for the old and the very old, the healthy and the unhealthy. But, Shri JMA and his "vox populi " clan, SN and others , who share / have the sentiments expressed by him, are living / existing long (!) to see the Hon. Justices of the S.C. deliver justice favouring the pensioners.
Shri MSM has vowed a word that he is pursuing the former - securing right and accurate amount of 20% relief without compromising on / risking the latter- 100%- updating of pension and DR (full neutralisation). Therefore, there is no need to worry any longer.
Let the there be mutual understanding among the trio, three Murthys / stalwarts to achieve some thing better than the best. The politicians of our country are worthy of emulation that they do not have permanent foes. (I refrain from saying for now that the politicians also do not have permanent friends).
The unity of purpose and in thoughts is a virtue, a fortune in affliction, says an old adage. No wrong in someone's wishful thinking.
SN ( a 1992 Pensioner )