Pension as per SupremeCourt Orders
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As per the FPS1995 there are deductions made by the Employer from their salaries and the Limit of Rs 5000/- , Rs 6500/- & Rs 15000/- were followed in terms of deductions by the employer at 10%, 12% and 8.33% were paid to PF Account and balance to Family Pension Scheme(FPS) by the employers.
Pension was given at the Limit and those who are retired till Year 2014 were getting pension today is less than Rs 1800/- approx which will not meet for any of the needs based on the present cost of living.Supreme Court based on various filings from PIL passed an Order SLP 33032-33033/2015 and Civil Appeal No 10013-10014/2016 directed EPFO(Employee ProvidentFund Organisation) to work out the details and to award the increased pension.
EPFO instead of directing all the Regional Offices for implementation didnot mention on the Exempted Trusts and their employees who are now pensioners for the revised working and the pension therein.
While the exempted and non exempted are the directions as per EPFO for the employers and currently keeping a silence on Exempted Trusts is more or less Contempt of SupremeCourt Orders.
It is necessary that EPFO should immediately advise all the REgional Offices of Provident Fund Commissioners and they inturn advise all the Exempted Trust to provide the details for the increased pension by poor pensioners and the same should not be further delayed as some of the pensioners who are now old and stuggling for day to day life will be immediately benefited. This should not be taken as a procedure and delay therein and on a war footing to be implemented.
Please sign the petition to attract the Government of India to act immediately.
Pensioner from Chennai
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