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01 June 2016 Written by 
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JCOs / ORs Veterans Association (JOVA) formerly declared open on 16th April 2016 to give service to the afflicted families and the ex-servicemen. The association is promoted by the veterans of all the three armed forces (PBORs)

The prime objective of this association is to create awareness among the veterans and their families, a platform to exchange the views and coordinating with other existing associations to give better service to the war widows and families.

JCOs / ORs Veterans Association (JOVA) having eminent veterans having knowledge in all fields and will to work for the sake of welfare and their families without any self interest.

Why and for what purpose JCOs / ORs Veterans Association (JOVA) is formed when there are so many welfare associations already existing in all districts and taluks?

There are so many associations from very small to big (in terms of members) existing all over Tamilnadu. But their limitation is restricted to their local areas only and due that so many of our problems have not reached the authorities and we are deprived of our rights. So to bring all these existing associations under one roof (without interfering in their local welfare activities) as united forum we need to have a platform. JCOs / ORs Veterans Association (JOVA) will be the platform and coordinate with them and make them understand to be united. We can get all the local existing associations affiliated to one body and that will get affiliated to an all India body. We will be able to project our problems in single voice to the authorities not only in state but also in central level.

We will try our level best to achieve our goal with all your support. Let us forget our ego and join hands together for the betterment of tomorrow.We will take up all the issues directly with your support and participation.

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