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उप्र प्र० अभियन्ता यांत्रिक के पत्र स०-17328SS-EinC-SSO11  Dated: March 28, 2017 का उत्तर.

विषय:अनंतिम पेंशन

संदर्भ:- आपका पत्रांक:412/ II(1)*2017-01(09)/2015

Dated: 28 मार्च 2017

समाधान पोर्टल PG0093682015 के समाधान का उत्तर

सेवा मे,

प्रमुख सचिव सिचाईं विभाग देहरादून (उ.ख.)


कृपया अपने उपरोक्त पत्र का अवलोकन करें| बारम्बार अनुस्मारक भेजने का कोई लाभ नहीं. नियमानुसार अनंतिम पेंशन उख को देनी है. नियम का निचोड़ दे रहा हूँ.

मैं आप को लिख चुका हूँ, “मेरी सेवा पुस्तिका विष्णुप्रयाग निर्माण खंड ३  के अधिकारियों या कर्मचारियों ने गायब की है. चूंकि अपराध एलिजाबेथ के हित में सरकारी सेवा काल में किया गया है. अतः दंड प्रक्रिया संहिता की धारा १९७ के बाध्यता के अधीन कोई न्यायालय सुनवाई नहीं कर सकता. मुझे बताएं कि अपने नियम विरुद्ध कार्य करने वाले कर्मचारियों/अधिकारियों के विरुद्ध आप ने क्या कार्यवाही की?

मेरा मामला पेंशन नियम ६९ के अंतर्गत आता है. नियम का निचोड़ नीचे दे रहा हूँ.

“It has, accordingly, been decided that if, in future, service records are found to be incomplete or imperfect at the time of processing and finalizing pension cases, those cases will not be delayed but the officials responsible for the maintenance of the records will be held accountable for any deficiencies, failure or omissions therein, and action will be initiated against them. The Heads of Departments will ensure that these directions are complied with…

Statements required to be maintained for proper monitoring and reporting system. - In simplifying the procedure with a view to eliminate delays in the payment of superannuation pension and retirement gratuity Government have proceeded on the basis that in spite of every effort imperfections may remain in the records and procedures but that it would be unfair to a retiring Government servant if he had to suffer because of the lapses of those responsible for the proper maintenance of service records. The fact that under the new procedures the presumption will be in favour of the Government servant if the records are incomplete or deficient in any manner underlines the importance of ensuring the proper, regular and timely completion of all the service and accounts records by the offices concerned, so as to  minimise the occasion for making such presumptions…

 “Any case, where payment of pension is delayed, has to be viewed seriously. The causes of delay in such a case have to be identified and remedial steps taken so that such delays should not occur in future. This can only be ensured if the Heads of the Departments will personally scrutinize the statements and issue such directions as they may consider necessary where payments of pensions have been delayed. Any deficiency in the procedure should be brought to the notice of this ministry at the appropriate level so that rules may be amended accordingly.”


Grant of cent per cent provisional pension under Rule 69 mandatory even if departmental or judicial proceedings are continued. - It has come to the notice of Finance Ministry that some of the administrative authorities are not following Rule 69 of the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972, which provide that Government servant who has retired and against whom any departmental or judicial proceedings are instituted or are continued, shall be paid provisional pension. The payment of provisional pension under these rules is mandatory. But some adminsitrative authorities appear to be under the impression that in cases where the departmental proceedings instituted against a Government servant were for a major penalty and in which ultimately no pension might become payable on the conclusion of the proceedings after his retirement under  Rule 9 of the CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972, even the provisional pension need not to be sanctioned. This view is against the letter and spirit of the rule. The Ministry of Home Affairs, etc., are, therefore, requested to bring to the notice of administrative authorities under them the correct position under the rules so that the provisional pension under Rule 69 ibid is not denied to the retired Government servants.

[G.I., M.F., O.M. No. 11 (6)-E, V (A)/73, dated the 22nd July, 1974.]


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