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CM for speedy settlement of pension cases

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GUWAHATI, Sept 15 � Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has laid special stress on speedy settlement of the pension-related cases. He has also directed institution of an enquiry to ascertain the factors that have delayed settlement of the pension cases and then to adopt necessary corrective measures.

The Chief Minister directed the department concerned to study the Central Government measures for expediting the pension disbursement system and to introduce similar measures in the State.

He has directed the department also to institute Pension Adalats in all districts of the State to settle the pension cases speedily. As per his directive, Pension Adalats would be set up in the districts of Jorhat, Sonitpur, Cachar, Lakhimpur, Goalpara, Dhubri, Nagaon, Karimganj, Kokrajhar, Baksa, Chirang, Bongaigaon, Barpeta, Sivasagar, Hailakandi, Darrang, Udalguri and Golaghat to settle 3,668 cases, the press release said.

The Chief Minister held a meeting at the conference hall of his office to review the implementation of the National Pension Scheme (NPS) Light. Implementation of this scheme will benefit the employees and workers of the unorganized sector of the State. The scheme will benefit the workers of the unorganized sector, including the handcart pullers, rickshaw pullers, daily wage earners, muster roll workers, among others. The Chief Minister called for steps to implement the scheme extensively.

Speaking in the meeting, Additional Chief Secretary Himangshu Sekhar Das, who is in-charge of the Finance Department, said that 88 per cent of the citizens of the country are not covered by any pension scheme. The self-sustaining scheme will benefit these people, he said.

Each of the subscribers of this scheme would be able to deposit an amount of at least Rs 1,000 in a year and the Government would also reciprocate by depositing an equal amount of money in his or her account during the period.

The meeting was also addressed by Chief General Manager of the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority AG Das.

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CM for speedy settlement of pension cases

GUWAHATI, Sept 15 � Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has laid special stress on speedy settlement of the pension-related cases. He has also directed institution of an enquiry to ascertain the factors that have delayed settlement of the pension cases and then to adopt necessary corrective measures.

The Chief Minister directed the department concerned to study the Central Government measures for expediting the pension disbursement system and to introduce similar measures in the State.

He has directed the department also to institute Pension Adalats in all districts of the State to settle the pension cases speedily. As per his directive, Pension Adalats would be set up in the districts of Jorhat, Sonitpur, Cachar, Lakhimpur, Goalpara, Dhubri, Nagaon, Karimganj, Kokrajhar, Baksa, Chirang, Bongaigaon, Barpeta, Sivasagar, Hailakandi, Darrang, Udalguri and Golaghat to settle 3,668 cases, the press release said.

The Chief Minister held a meeting at the conference hall of his office to review the implementation of the National Pension Scheme (NPS) Light. Implementation of this scheme will benefit the employees and workers of the unorganized sector of the State. The scheme will benefit the workers of the unorganized sector, including the handcart pullers, rickshaw pullers, daily wage earners, muster roll workers, among others. The Chief Minister called for steps to implement the scheme extensively.

Speaking in the meeting, Additional Chief Secretary Himangshu Sekhar Das, who is in-charge of the Finance Department, said that 88 per cent of the citizens of the country are not covered by any pension scheme. The self-sustaining scheme will benefit these people, he said.

Each of the subscribers of this scheme would be able to deposit an amount of at least Rs 1,000 in a year and the Government would also reciprocate by depositing an equal amount of money in his or her account during the period.

The meeting was also addressed by Chief General Manager of the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority AG Das.