High level panel to suggest measures
BACKLOG OF PENSION CASES
Jammu, July 26: Jammu and Kashmir government has constituted a high level committee to clear backlog cases of old age/widow pension cases of social welfare department.
As per official sources the committee was constituted following a decision taken in the District Development Board meeting of Jammu, chaired by chief minister Omar Abdullah on July 12.
The Committee will be headed by the Chief Secretary, while Principal Secretary to Government, Planning & Development Department, Commissioner/Secretary to Government, Finance Department and Commissioner/Secretary to Government, Social Welfare Department will be its members.
“The high level committee will be suggesting measures to clear backlog in old age/widow and other pensions administered by Social Welfare Department in Jammu”, sources said.
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