Charter of Pending Demands -Bharat Pensioners Samaj (Federation)

List of Pensioners Demands – Bharat Pensioners Samaj (Federation)

Pending Demands:

1. Equal retirement benefits to the pensioners at par with employees by adding 50% of grade pay.

2. Complete parity to pre-2006 pensioners with post 2006 pensioners

3. Medical attendance treatment & preventive health care

4. Wages & pension revision every five years

5. Merger of 50% Dearness Relief in pension

6. Revision of ex-gratia of pre-1986 CPF/SRPF(e) retirees

7. Upgradation of JAG scale of S-21 to S-23 from Pay Band-3 to Pay Band-4 like S-24 as duties and responsibilities of S-21 to S-24 remains the same.

8. Increase of FMA from Rs. 300 to Rs. 1000/-

9. Canteen facilities to Civilian Defence Pensioners

10. Restoration of commuted portion of pension after 12 years.

11. Merger of P&T Dispensaries with CGHS &payment of FMA to the pensioners, who resides beyond 2.5 km from P&T Dispensaries

12. Revise pension of all Central Govt. pensioners wef 1.1.2011 by appointing 7th Pay Commission to ensure revision every 5 years instead of 10 years as suggested by 6 CPC

13. Addl. pension to start from 65 years onward with 5% increase every 5 years upto 50 years of age & 20% increase every 5 years thereafter.

14. To scrap New Pension Scheme introduced wef 1.1.2004

15. Enhance family pension for 10 years even in cases of death after retirement.

16. BSNL Medical re-imbursement scheme restoration of without voucher facilities viz. quarterly medical allowance

17. Applicability of merger 78.2% IDA instead of 68.8% to BSNL pensioners as agreed for working employees Newsletter Subscription…

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  1. sir,
    Central govt.of .india is making PSU for efficient working of that department but not botherd for their difficulties and latter no one is taking any responsibility and not responding. I am writing it for the difficulty i felt after retirement.I joined Civil Aviation Department in august 1969.In june 1986 a New
    PSU National Airports Authority Of India was formed by enactment of Parliament act and our dues were paid upto 1st oct 1989 by GOI.subsequently NAA and IAAI was merged into Airports Authority of India in april 1995 . NAA did not make any pension rules. I retired on suprennuation in may 2008.due
    to change of authorities/departments i have lost pensionary benifits for my service in NAA & no one is
    responding to my condition is such that if i would have retired from GOI my pension would have been Rs 25000/ pm instead of pension Rs.9000/ which i am getting after a service of about 39
    years. Patheic condition is that EPFO is paying a pension of Rs 1057/-pm after depositing of my epF
    of Rs.4.31lakhs. will some one will take any action. i want that this should be known to the central goi
    who makes PSU/CPSE without bothering for the pensionary benifits of their employees.