NEW DELHI: Central authorities staff retiring throughout Covid-19 pandemic will obtain provisional pension until their common pension fee order (PPO) is issued and different official formalities accomplished, minister of state for personnel Jitendra Singh mentioned on Monday. Conceding that some […]
Conceding that some staff who retired throughout this era might haven’t been supplied with PPO as a consequence of disruption in official work as a consequence of Covid-19 and lockdown, Singh mentioned the federal government, delicate to the considerations of pensioners concerning delay in begin of pension, had allowed rest of CCS (Pension Guidelines) 1972, to allow seamless fee of “provisional pension” and “provisional gratuity” until the common PPO is issued.
As per the workplace memorandum issued by division of pensions on July 17, 2020, the fee of “provisional pension” will initially proceed for a interval of six months from the date of retirement and this era could also be additional prolonged as much as one yr in distinctive circumstances. These directions shall even be relevant in circumstances the place a authorities servant retires in any other case than on superannuation i.e. voluntary retirement, retirement underneath FR 56, and so forth.
The MoS mentioned this choice has been taken contemplating the constraints of pandemic and lockdown, as a consequence of which a authorities servant might face problem in submitting his pension kinds to the Head of Workplace or might not be capable to ahead the declare kind in arduous copy together with service e-book to the involved Pay & Accounts Workplace in time, significantly when each the workplaces are positioned in numerous cities. That is very pertinent to Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) who’re continually on the, he added.