Payment of TS PRC 2015 Salary Arrears to Pensioners & Employees (GPF, CPS Holders)

TS PRC 2015 Salary Arrears to Pensioners & Employees, The TS government is seriously contemplating issuing bonds with a validity of 10 years due to financial constraints with a lock-in period of five years. After five years, employees can encash these bonds.

But employees are raising several doubts over these 10-year bonds pointing out that what if government changes during the general elections in 2019 and 2024 and there is no guarantee that the subsequent government will honor these bonds.

Employees argue that they were originally eligible for revised pay scales from July 2013, but agreed from June 2014 with a view that TS was only formed in June 2014 and they did not want to burden the government by claiming arrears from the united AP state.  

Employees are opposing the issuing of bonds and demanded that they are paid in cash or by way of the GPF account. CM K. Chandrasekhar Rao had promised to pay arrears of RPS 2015 in cash to employees or GPF/ CPS accounts. He has to keep his word now.

If not, employees will be forced to launch state-wide agitations against issuing of bonds, according to major teachers organizations in Telangana State.

Telangana Govt nod for payment of Pay Revision Commission arrears: It is good news for government employees. Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday gave his nod for the payment of long-pending arrears under the PRC (Pay Revision Commission) which came into force on June 2, 2014, to the employees in two installments.     

The Chief Minister has signed the file pending for the last two years. Officials said the pending arrears for nine months between June 2, 2014, and February 2015 would be paid in two installments.      

The first installment amount would be released in the present financial year and the remaining 50 percent in the 2018-19 financial year. The government brought into force the 10th PRC by providing 43 percent fitment to all government employees in the newly-formed Telangana.

BOND SYSTEM TO PENSIONERS

Since the announcement of 43% fitment, all the employees are very happy and celebrated that occasion grandly. But as the days passing many problems are raising as we discussed before, that the employees will be issued the bonds instead of crediting them in G.P.F accounts. But the pensioners can get the net amount every time.

But now TS govt decided pensioners to give bonds only instead of money. But the period limits to 5 years whereas others have a duration of 10 years. They can avail it from 2016, and completes the process by 2020. If the bonds were issued to pensioners some problems may arise after detail and deep study only the G.o’s will be released on this concerned issue.

If the pensioner dies, the nominee should also wait for 5 years or can avail the amount before such questions are raising. So, first, our G.O’s will release and then the pensioners.

As many leaders and employees are unsatisfactory on this bond system but the government view is that before there is neither given such a better 43% fitment nor there is a vast period like 9 months. So, govt has stepped for the bond system due to a lack of funds also. BOND SYSTEM TO GPF and CPS Holders

After every P.R.C some period will be considered as notional and the rest of the period amount will be credited to our GPF accounts. But this time in our new govt, the new system is going to inaugurate i.e., the Bond system.

In this P.R.C every employee’s 9 months period i.e., salary should credit to G.P.F but he/she gets in the form of bond. After 5 years he/she can claim 20% of that amount, and the next 20% in next year, this process continues for 5 consecutive years and completes at 10 years period i.e., at 2025 employees can claim with its interest of the amount to be claimed.

An employee can claim the amount in an above-said manner or total amount after 10 years i.e., at 2025 also, then the employee can get the amount with its interest.

An employee can claim according to their wish/ necessity etc. But pensioners get the net amount. Those who appointed after September 2004 and going to avail their pension on C.P.S will be issued these bonds only.

Merits and Demerits by this system: TS PRC 2015 Salary Arrears to Pensioners & Employees.

Merits:

  • This process may act as FD for 10 years and can plan for that amount at that particular period.
  • It may relax an employee for some needs and can take a 20% amount every year for a period of 5 years.

De-merits:

  • It may vary in GPF amount because employees can get a huge amount after retirement, but by this system, it may change.
  • If this continuous for every PRC employees can lose the huge amount because they never save the money till retirement which he claims by the bond system.
  • But additional G.O’s are not yet released they may be released this month.

4 G.O’s were released on March 18, 2015
The related 4 G.O’s were released after the keen study and observation by the officials.

1. The 1st G.O is the main G.O which includes 43% fitment, Master scale method, Bond system, eligible employees for PRC, etc. GO.25
2. The 2nd G.O consists of the calculation of HRA.
3. The 3rd G.O consists of calculation of D.A
4. The 4th G.O consists of increase of CCA

There will be a late increase in salary by this month because the finance dept should send a circular memo to all departments, scale (pay fixation). So, employees may get this increased amount by supplementary bill or May 1st, 2015

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