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Jkmops holds meeting cum convention at Jammu for restoration of old pension scheme for Nps employees
1/9/2023 12:32:02 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Jan 8: A meeting cum convention of Jammu Kashmir Movement for Old Pension Scheme (JKMOPS) held at Jammu on 07.01.2023 for pressing the government for restoration of old Pension Scheme in favour of NPS employees of the UT. The convention was attended by hundreds of employees of various departments including a large number of teachers from Jammu Province under the banner of JKMOPS and fully supported by Jammu Kashmir Teachers Joint Action Committee ( JKTJAC).
The convention was organised under the leadership of JKTJAC UT President and senior leader of JKMOPS Vinod Sharma and JKTJAC Chairman Saleem Sagar and accompanied by JKMOPS UT Coordinators Aftab Malik, Parshant Sharma, Ashiq Jaral and Surinder Sharma.
While speaking on the occasion Mr Vinod Sharma laid strong stress on the restoration of old Pension Scheme in favour of all the NPS employees of the UT who have been appointed after 31.12.2009. He said that the old age future of NPS employees is in dark and unsecured as the said scheme is proving anti employees thereby making suffer their families.
He further said that those retiring under NPS are not getting guaranteed Pension even after rendering their lives in their respective departments and just getting meager Pension by which they are unable to even meet out the expenses of their medicines. "How can we and our families survive on meager monthly Pension of just Rs 2000-3000 in this Era of inflation? He asked adding that many states like Punjab, Rajasthan, Chhatisgarh, Himachal Pardesh etc have either implemented Old Pension Scheme or going to do so for the welfare of their employees and demanded same for employees of the UT.
Speaking on the occasion Saleem Sagar demanded coditionless benefits of SRO-43 in favour of employees of the UT and said that at present the UT administration has imposed so many conditions that it is very difficult to the suffering families to get the employment under SRO-43.
On the occasion speakers of various departments appealed the LG administration to come up to the rescue of NPS employees of the UT by immediately implementing old Pension Scheme in their favour like some states who implemented OPS so that their post retirement lives not be troublesome.
Meanwhile the speakers on the occasion announced to hold similar programme in Kashmir Division shortly and to further intensify the stir at grass roots level for pressing the government for restoration of old Pension Scheme.
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