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Central Government employees to get minimum Rs.9000 pension



Central government employees to get minimum Rs.9000 pension

The Central Government employees will now get at least Rs.9000 pension.

The accounts of central Government pensioners have been linked with Aadhaar based system and now it will be easy to transfer pension to the bank accounts.

The decision was announced by the Union Minister Jitendra Singh at the 29th meeting of Standing Committee of Voluntary Agencies.

Central government employees’ ex-gratia increased to Rs.25-35 lakh from Rs.10-15 lakh

There are around 50-55 lakh pensioners in the country and Jitendra Singh believes that retired employees are healthy and protective workforce of the country.

Jitendra Singh stated that we should learn from the pensioners’ experience.

Several other issues relating to pensioners like health insurance scheme, Pension Payment orders of 2006 pensioners, special pension for widows were discussed.


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