Treasury officers to exempt pensioners unable to attend treasuries: Govt
Srinagar, Apr 25: In what would give a sigh of relief to the pensioners, state government today issued fresh directions to the treasury officers asking them to exempt the pensioners who could not visit the treasuries from personal appearance.
Conveying them that they can exempt such pensioners who are unable to appear in person in treasuries, the Treasury Officers were directed to depute a member of the treasury staff to their residence for such verification.
“The Treasury officers are also required to adopt an advisable system for conducting verification of these senior citizens,” the government order read.
“All the Treasury Officers are hereby advised to attend to this important job on top priority and give a specific date on which the verified PPOs can be handed over to the pensioners,” it said.
“The Treasury Officers shall record the verification certificate on the PPOs and collect Centralized Personal Information System (CPIS) forms duly filled up from the pensioners appearing in person to their treasuries. No other form other than CPIS forms is required to be filled in by the pensioners/treasury/bank,” it said.
The Treasury Officers, the Bank Managers of the concerned branches of J&K Bank have been directed not to seek any form/forms, from the pensioners “as only a simple certificate is required to be written on the PPOs that the pensioner has presented himself/herself for the prescribed verification.”
To mention Greater Kashmir had carried a detailed story on April 24 reporting the problems of the pensioners they face while getting their pension documents verified at the treasuries.
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