7th Pay Commission pension on notional pay based on the ‘Notional Pay’ on last pay drawn basis – BPS gratitude to Govt. of India

| June 5, 2017

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BHARAT PENSION SAMAJ

No.SG/BPS/17/2017

Dated: 31.5.2017

To

Dr.Jitendra Singh

Hon’ble Minister of State,

(Independent Charge)

Govt. of India

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions,

New Delhi – 110001

Sub: Gratitude expressed on the Govt decisions on the VII Central Pay Commission recommendations – reg.








Respected Sir,

1. Bharat Pensioners Samaj a conglomerate of over 725 Pensioners Associations while expressing its gratitude to Govt. of India for the benevolent decision on the VII Central Pay Commission recommendations on the revision of Pension based on the ‘Notional Pay’ on last pay drawn basis.




2.Sir, the VII Central Pay Commissions recommendations as well as benefit of revised ‘Dearness Relief’ have not been implemented in respect of Pensioners retired from the Central Government autonomous bodies under various Central Ministries of Govt of India undertakings and Public Sector undertakings who are eligible to received Pension under CCS(Pension)Rules from the Govt. of India. Kindly order the early revision of Pension with Dearness Relief at the revised rates.




3. The VII Central Pay Commission has recommended the extension of CGHS benefits to Postal Pensioners as well as takeover of remaining Postal Dispensaries. The VII Central Pay Commission also recommended the introduction of comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme for the Central Government employees and pensioners. These recommendations remain unimplemented so far. The excessive revision of CGHS subscription also causing hardships to the Pensioners.

The Hon’ble Minister may kindly order the examination of these issues and order remedial measures at his earliest convenience.

Thanking you.

Yours faithfully,

S.C.Maheshwari

Genl Secy. Bharat Pensioners Samaj

Source : BPS

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