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Pensioner Employees: Good News! pension amount may increase soon, know new updates,check details immediately

The Central Board of Trustees (CBT meeting) can increase up to Rs 3,000 and this demand can be fulfilled soon.




New Delhi: There is good news for pensioners, the amount of pension may increase soon. According to media reports, the Modi government at the Center can increase the minimum pension amount of PF account holders of Employees Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) up to 3000. In this regard, a meeting of the Central Board of Trustees of EPFO ​​can be held soon, in which it can be agreed.

According to media reports, after 31 percent dearness allowance and relief, the Central Government is now preparing to give good news to the Employees Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) account holders. Central trade unions have demanded to increase the minimum pension to Rs 6,000, it is believed that the Central Board of Trustees (CBT meeting) can increase it to Rs 3,000 and this demand will be fulfilled soon. could. At present it is under consideration. By the way, a meeting was to be held on November 16, 2021 in this regard, which has been postponed for the time being. It is believed that the date of the meeting has been announced soon.

Along with this, a decision can also be taken on the interest rate of the pension fund for 2021-22. It is believed that the current interest rate of 8.5 percent on the amount deposited in EPF may continue. There is little chance of any change in the current interest rate. Earlier, the last meeting of the CBT was held in March in Srinagar, in which the CBT recommended an interest rate of 8.5 percent per annum on PF deposits in the accounts of members for 2020-21. Which has recently been approved by the Finance Ministry and 6.5 crore account holders have started getting its benefits.

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