Aadhaar not compulsory for getting benefits: MoS Jitendra Singh
Aadhaar not compulsory : Aadhaar card isn’t compulsory for focal government workers to get their annuity, Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh has said.
In 30th gathering of the Standing Committee of Voluntary Agencies here as of late, he said Aadhaar is an extra office to empower the utilization of innovation for accommodation of life declaration without the requirement for going by banks.
His statement expect hugeness as there were reports of some resigned workers confronting trouble in getting the benefits without Aadhaar linkage with their ledgers.
The pastor cleared up that Aadhaar has not been made obligatory for getting benefits for government workers, as indicated by the minutes of the gathering.
Aadhaar is a 12-digit number, issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), that goes about as distinguishing proof and address verification.
There are around 48.41 lakh focal government representatives and 61.17 lakh retired people.
Singh refered to different activities began by the focal government for the welfare of its representatives and retired people.
“For example, least annuity has been expanded to Rs 9,000, roof of tip has been expanded to Rs 20 lakh, settled medicinal remittance has been expanded to Rs 1,000 every month,” the pastor said.
“Consistent participation recompense has been expanded from Rs 4,500 to Rs 6,750 with impact from July 1, 2017. A few advantages identifying with pay impose e.g. standard conclusion, impose discount etc.on intrigue influenced accessible in the Finance To charge, 2018,” he said.
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