Imphal: The Joint Administrative Council (JAC) of All Manipur Trade Union Council (AMTUC) and All Manipur Government Employees’ Organisation (AMGEO) held a meeting with the senior deputy accountant general (A and E), Manipur at the office of the principal accountant general, Manipur, here, to discuss on the issues pertaining to payment of Pensionery Benefits to retired state government employees and the issue of missing credits for the fund contributed in employees GPF accounts.
A team of Central Council of the JAC, Th. John Singh, president; Th. Momocha Singh, secretary general; N. Dayananada, secretary admin; L. Ranjoy Singh, secretary organisation; and N. Ingocha Singh, secretary Ffnance met the senior deputy accountant general and had a lengthy discussion regarding the matters.
In the meeting, the problem of Missing Credits for the funds that were deducted from crediting it in the employees General Provident Accounts was brought into notice of the senior deputy accountant general. The loss that it cause in terms of interest that an employee is entitled to and also the effects to the withdrawal limit of an employee as to meet his emergency needs were also discussed.
The members of the JAC of AMTUC and AMGEO also presented the difficulties being faced by the retired state government employees in the time taken during the process of pension papers. The members highlighted the frequent returning of pension papers in spite of the undertaking being furnished by the retired employees at the time of submission of their pension papers for deduction of excess amount drawn because of faulty fixation was also brought to the notice of the senior deputy accountant general.
The senior deputy accountant general acknowledged the problems facing the employees and the retired employees which the JAC brought into his notice and after a lengthy discussion with the representatives of the JAC assured that the matter will be discussed and look into at the earliest so that such difficulties shall not be faced by the government employees and the retired government employees.
A memorandum regarding the difficulties was submitted to the chief minister, chief secretary and principal accountant general.