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Retired KV teachers demand payment of pending DA

Press Trust of India  |  Bhopal 

An association of retired Kendriya Vidyalaya teachers has written to the Centre over the delay in payment of dearness allowance (DA) to them.

The Retired Teachers Welfare Society, which shot off a letter to Prime Minister Modi, said the DA dues are pending since July 2016.



"We wrote to the prime minister in March and again in April drawing his attention to the issue of non-payment of 7 per cent DA to retired teachers of KVS. The PMO forwarded the letter to the Ministry of Human Resources Development in mid- April, but no action has been taken yet," the society's general secretary, C M Dubey, said today.

The letter was sent by the chapter of the society.

On recommendations of the Union Cabinet, 7 per cent DA was payable from July 2016 and subsequently 4 per cent from January 2017 to the regular as well as retired employees of the Central government, including KVS teachers, Dubey said.

"The DA is being paid to regular employees, but not to retired ones. This is causing hardship to a large number of retired personnel," he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Retired KV teachers demand payment of pending DA

An association of retired Kendriya Vidyalaya teachers has written to the Centre over the delay in payment of dearness allowance (DA) to them. The Retired Teachers Welfare Society, which shot off a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said the DA dues are pending since July 2016. "We wrote to the prime minister in March and again in April drawing his attention to the issue of non-payment of 7 per cent DA to retired teachers of KVS. The PMO forwarded the letter to the Ministry of Human Resources Development in mid- April, but no action has been taken yet," the society's general secretary, C M Dubey, said today. The letter was sent by the Bhopal chapter of the society. On recommendations of the Union Cabinet, 7 per cent DA was payable from July 2016 and subsequently 4 per cent from January 2017 to the regular as well as retired employees of the Central government, including KVS teachers, Dubey said. "The DA is being paid to regular employees, but not to retired ones. This is ... An association of retired Kendriya Vidyalaya teachers has written to the Centre over the delay in payment of dearness allowance (DA) to them.

The Retired Teachers Welfare Society, which shot off a letter to Prime Minister Modi, said the DA dues are pending since July 2016.

"We wrote to the prime minister in March and again in April drawing his attention to the issue of non-payment of 7 per cent DA to retired teachers of KVS. The PMO forwarded the letter to the Ministry of Human Resources Development in mid- April, but no action has been taken yet," the society's general secretary, C M Dubey, said today.

The letter was sent by the chapter of the society.

On recommendations of the Union Cabinet, 7 per cent DA was payable from July 2016 and subsequently 4 per cent from January 2017 to the regular as well as retired employees of the Central government, including KVS teachers, Dubey said.

"The DA is being paid to regular employees, but not to retired ones. This is causing hardship to a large number of retired personnel," he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Retired KV teachers demand payment of pending DA

An association of retired Kendriya Vidyalaya teachers has written to the Centre over the delay in payment of dearness allowance (DA) to them.

The Retired Teachers Welfare Society, which shot off a letter to Prime Minister Modi, said the DA dues are pending since July 2016.

"We wrote to the prime minister in March and again in April drawing his attention to the issue of non-payment of 7 per cent DA to retired teachers of KVS. The PMO forwarded the letter to the Ministry of Human Resources Development in mid- April, but no action has been taken yet," the society's general secretary, C M Dubey, said today.

The letter was sent by the chapter of the society.

On recommendations of the Union Cabinet, 7 per cent DA was payable from July 2016 and subsequently 4 per cent from January 2017 to the regular as well as retired employees of the Central government, including KVS teachers, Dubey said.

"The DA is being paid to regular employees, but not to retired ones. This is causing hardship to a large number of retired personnel," he said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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