News re-implement the old pension scheme in Gujarat
News re-implement the old pension scheme in Gujarat Private Clouds
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Even if there is a general change, hundreds of widows will soon dry up. To re-implement the old pension scheme in Gujarat, government workers have to submit a 15 per cent monthly contribution to the NPS like the central government. Gandhinagar 1 Indian employees, officials are demanding after the government introduced Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to start implementation of old pension with changes by Old Pension Restoration United Fund – NOPRUF in the ongoing pension scheme in National Gujarat which is agitating for re-implementation. In the state, the government has increased the monthly contribution of central employees in NPs from 10 per cent to 12 per cent, including family pension, to government employees under NPS. NORUF benefits are not available. Not only that, Rakesh Kantharia, in-charge of Gujarat at the beginning of the job, said that even if the state government contributes a lot in case of untimely death of an employee over the years, the family members get only the normal amount of the employee’s family. So it can make a difference in general safety.
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