Saturday, December 31, 2011

Re: [HumJanenge] Response from CPIO after the first appeal

Go for first appeal again. tell the AA that wrong information has been
provided.Tell the facts to the AA.

On 1/1/12, Abhinav <> wrote:
> Hi Friends,
> My father Sh. Harish Kumar Agarwal is eligible to receive pension under
> Employees Pension Scheme-1995. He retd. in the year 2006, However the co.
> he worked for shut down its operation in 1998. The company was subscribed
> to Provident Fund Trust regulated by Employees Provident Fund Organisation.
> The Trust was dissolved in 2001 and the all the money in the trust was
> transferred to Regional Provident Fund Commissioner-II, Bandra, Mumbai,
> Maharashtra under PF number MH/4867/82.
> My father applied for the provident fund, and pension. After following up
> for 4 years, and filing complaints with Central Provident Fund
> commissioner, my father received his PF accumulations
> in 2010. but was not given his pension till this date. He has applied for
> the pension 4, to 5 number of times, and filed complaints to Central PF
> office also (multiple times). However, PF office Bandra, Mumbai has not yet
> looked into the complaints.
> When he filed RTI application to know the status of the complaint, PF
> office Bandra didn't reply before the first appeal was filed. After the
> first appeal, the reply obtained from the PF office
> was shocking to us.
> The copy of the reply is enclosed. The reply said the form was returned to
> the employer on 01/03/2010, However the letter obtained from the
> RPFC-Kandivli clearly mentioned the date on which the complaint was
> forwarded to RPFC-II Bandra on 09/03/2011- copy attached.
> I am unable to decide on the next move now
> 1) File a II appeal or a complaint with CIC, New Delhi.
> I will get a hearing sooner or later but that would yield some
> information from the PF office. My father would not get the pension by
> filing a CIC complaint/appeal.
> The very sad part of the story is:
> There were two more people who applied for the pension at the same time my
> father had applied. *The company (employer) official asked to pay Rs.
> 4000/- each*. The other two paid the money and they are enjoying the
> pension. I have their PF numbers on record. My father denied paying 4000/-,
> and we are now made to suffer.
> It is clearly mentioned in the rule book of the EPS-1995 Act that
> Pensionary benefits cannot be denied to any member for any fault of the
> employer.
> Kindly advise.
> attachments: PF office reply, and the letter of compaint.
> Thanks
> Abhinav Agarwal
> --
> Thanks
> Abhinav
> "
> Have a heart that never hardens, a temper that never tires, and a touch
> that never hurts...
> "

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