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Revision of Pension option I in 7th CPC: NC/JCM’s writes to Finance Minister

Revision of Pension option I in 7th CPC: NC/JCM’s writes to Finance Minister

National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
For Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi-110001

No.NC/JCM/2016

Dated: July 16,2016

Hon’ble Finance Minister,
Ministry of Finance
(Govt of India )
North Block
New Delhi

Respected Sir,

Sub: Revision of Pension

This issue of acceptance of Option-I (or) II was discussed with your good self at the residence of Hon’ble Home Minister (Government of India), Wherein Hon’ble Minister for Railways and Hon’ble MOSR were present, by the Staff Side National Council (JCM). You had categorically agreed on our demand that, no dilution would be made in the options given to the Pensioners by the VII CPC. It is unfortunate that, a rider, “subject to feasibility”, has been imposed in Option-I.

Sir, this is very unfair and we will appreciate if you kindly get the sentence “subject to feasibility” removed from that para to keep your promise also. It should be left to the Pensioners that whatsoever option they want to choose, they should be allowed to Opt. The argument of non-availability of record is misleading and should not be given any cognizance because PPOs of the Pensioners are the base record and is available with the organizations concerned.

We earnestly seek your urgent intervention in this regard to avoid unnecessary hardship to millions of Pensioners.

With Kind Regards!

Sincerely yours,

(SHIVA GOPAL MISHRA)
Secretary(Staff Side)

Source: http://ncjcmstaffside.com

COMMENTS

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  • Ashok Sharma 6 years ago

    Unlike the resolution on Pay revision issued by the FINMIN on 25th July, 2016, the Ministry of Personnel has not issued any Resolution on cabinet decision regarding Revision of pensions. WHY?
    And, sadly, even though, pensioners constitute a majority of beneficiaries, with 5.2 million force, this issue continues today be ignored EVEN BY THE UNIONS!!
    SAD, VERY SAD!!

  • gurcharan singh Makkad 6 years ago

    last pay and pay scale both are mentioned in the ppo/ corrigendum ppo. for example if person retired with last pay drawn as Rs 3500/ in scale of 2000-60- 2300-75-3200-100-3500,it means he has earned 20 incriments and his notional pay in the as per 7thcpc revised scale can be easily workable . where is the question of record not available arises?

  • Bl Gajja 6 years ago

    The argument of non-availability of record is misleading and should not be given any cognizance because PPOs of the Pensioners are the base record and is available with the organizations concerned.
    Based on this fact, pensioner retired before 2006, pension has been fixed and new PPO was issued. How they say records are not available.

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  • Very glad to note that NCJCM taken up the issue of Pensioners, hope the said issue shall be succeeded.

    Similarly, I am requesting NCJCM shall also take up the issue of those who retired on 31 12 2015 having date of birth on 01 01 1956, though all the 10 years served in the government, with out single paisa benefit of 7th CPC i.e. Revised gratuity, encashment of leave, commutation value (roughly about Rs.14 lakshs) will be difference of amt. comparing with the junior.

    31 12 2015, is treated as working day for us drawing salary for that day, pension will start after midnight 12O clock only.

    Except, 1st Jan all others are eligible for 7th CPC benefits.

    Hence, NCJCM may kindly take up this issue along with other issues.

    Kind regards
    JVSR KRISHNA
    Technical officer (Retd)