12 yrs on, Punjab Roadways driver but to get revised pension as per fifth pay panel report
Tarn Taran, January 5
Gursharan Singh (73), a resident of Kasel village, who retired from the Punjab Roadways as a driver in 2008, has misplaced all hopes of getting the advantages of revised pension accordingly to the Fifth Pay Fee report. He has been shifting from pillar to put up for greater than 12 years to get the advantage of his revised pension. The harassment affected him mentally and bodily on account of which Gursharan Singh grew to become bed-ridden.
Whereas Gursharan Singh has not been obtained the advantages of the revised pension as per the Fifth Pay Fee, the suggestions of it launched in 2022, have gone distant.
The workplace of the Accountant Common (AG), Punjab, in its workplace letter No. PEN—7/G-56/2008-09 /22404-07, dated November 30, 2010, sanctioned the approval for the revised pension in accordance with the Fifth Pay Fee and the copies of the letter had been despatched to the District Treasury Officer and different involved places of work.
Gursharan Singh stated that he alongside along with his spouse Raj Kaur went from one workplace to the opposite together with the District Treasury Workplace and the SBI department in Tarn Taran and Kasel the place he had his account, however did not get a constructive response.
District Treasury Officer Rajinder Pal stated his workplace had made a case with the letter obtained from the AG workplace quickly after in 2010 to the Supervisor, State Financial institution Of India, Tarn Taran. Vandna Parashar, the financial institution’s chief supervisor, stated the case have to be despatched to the SBI department at Kasel the place Gursharan Singh has his account. However regardless of this, Gursharan Singh has not obtained the advantages of his revised pension until date.