GO.11 Interim Relief (IR)@27% to Pensioners on Basic Pension

G.O.No.11 Dated: 09.01.2014. Interim Relief (IR)@27% to Pensioners on Basic Pension.Government hereby sanction Interim Relief at the rate of 27% of Basic Pension with effect from 01.01.2014 along with the pension payable in the month of February 2014. The Interim Relief ordered above shall apply to:
(a) (i) those who retired from service after 01.07.2008 drawing pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2010. More Details are given below.

GO.No. 11 Dated: 09.01.2014. Interim Relief (IR) at 27% to Pensioners on Basic Pension


Read the following:
1. G.O.(P) No.100 Finance (Pen.I) Department dated 06.04.2010.
2. G.O.Ms.No.95, GA (Spl.A) Department, dated 28.02.2013.
3. G.O.Ms. No.10 Finance (PC.I) Department dated 06.01.2014.

ORDER:
  1. In the G.O 2nd read above, orders were issued appointing the Pay Revision Commissioner and also laying down the terms of reference of the Pay Revision Commission. Review of existing pension structure is also one of the terms of reference of the Pay Revision Commissioner.
  2. 2. Pending recommendations of the Pay Revision Commissioner, in the G.O 3rd read above, Government issued orders sanctioning Interim Relief to the Government employees at the rate of 27% of the Basic Pay with effect from 01.01.2014 as per the conditions laid down therein.
  3. 3. As the review of existing pension structure is also one of the terms of reference of the Pay Revision Commission, Government has considered it appropriate to sanction Interim Relief to the Pensioners also pending recommendations of the Pay Revision Commission in this regard.
  4. 4. Accordingly, Government hereby sanction Interim Relief at the rate of 27% of Basic Pension with effect from 01.01.2014 along with the pension payable in the month of February 2014.
  5. 5. The Interim Relief sanctioned in paragraph 4 above is subject to the following conditions:-1. Interim Relief shall be shown as a separate element. No Dearness Relief on this element shall be admissible. Interim Relief involving a fraction of rupee will be rounded off to the next higher rupee.2. The Interim Relief sanctioned shall be fully adjusted against and included in the package, which may become admissible to the pensioner/ family pensioner as a result of Government decision on the final report of the Pay Revision Commissioner.
  6. 6. The Interim Relief ordered above shall apply to:
    (a) (i) those who retired from service after 01.07.2008 drawing pay in the Revised Pay Scales, 2010;  
    (ii) those who retired prior to 1.7.2008 and whose pension was consolidated in the light of orders issued in the G.O. first read above; and
    (b) Jagir and Estate Pensioners and (c) Service pensioners or Family pensioners in respect of the categories mentioned at para 2(c) of the GO 3rd cited and who are governed by AP Revised Pension Rules, 1980.
  7. 7. These orders are not applicable to:
    (i) The pensioners who retired while drawing UGC /AICTE and ICAR Scales.
    (ii) Financial assistance grantees who are not getting Dearness Relief.
    (iii) Pensioners/ Family Pensioners of the members of the A.P. State Higher Judicial Service and A.P. State Judicial Service.
    (iv) Pensioners/ Family Pensioners whose pension was consolidated in the light of the orders issued vide G.O. Ms. No.54, Higher Education (UD.II) Department, Dated 08.06.2011, G.O. (P) No.95 Finance (Pension.I) Department, Dated 01.08.2010 and G.O.Ms. No.31, Higher Education (UE.II) Department, dated 24.05.2013
  8. 8. The term pension for the purpose of calculation of above Interim Relief:
    (i) Pension/ Family Pension in case of pre 1.7.2008 retirees and where family pension was sanctioned prior to 1.7.2008 means the consolidated pension or consolidated family pension in terms of G.O 1st read above.
    (ii) In the case of pensioners who retire from service on or after 1.7.2008 or where family pension is sanctioned for the first time on or after 1.7.2008. Pension/ Family Pension means the basic pension/ basic family pension as the case may be.
  9. 9. In case of pensioners in receipt of more than one pension, the Interim Relief shall be calculated on both the pensions.
  10. 10. If any pensioner is re-employed/ employed under the State or Central Government or any Public Enterprise or Autonomous Body under the control of State or Central Government, he/ she shall not be eligible to draw Interim Relief on Pension/ Family Pension during the period of such re-employment/ employment.
  11. 11. All the Treasury Officers/ Pension Payment Officers shall work out and make payments of Interim Relief on pension sanctioned in this order without waiting for further authorization/ instructions from the Accountant General (A&E), A.P., Hyderabad in terms of the orders issued in G.O. (P) No.270 Finance & Planning (FW: PSC.I) Department dated 7.10.1986.
  12. 12. The expenditure is allocable among the various States in accordance with provisions of Rule 24 of the incidence of pension rules in Appendix – IIIB of the Andhra Pradesh Accounts Code, Volume-I

4 comments:

  1. Awesome post sir... We have expected around 30% but CM escaped well.. and I think we got loss.....

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  2. Yes Mr. Tharun Raj. Well Said. As per the current inflation rate it should be 30 or more. It is surely a loss. Thanks for your views....

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    1. sir it will be nice if u post a table for pensioners also the same way u did for the calculation of employees.it will be very useful for them.thats a way of giving respect to them and show them that we care for them.after all they are our seniors.they taught us a lot of things.what ever we are in our job was because of them..they must be respected and honoured and show them that we care for them.

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  3. Nothing is said about the I.R applicable to the quantum of pension in case of pensioners of the age 75 and above

    K. Sambasivarao

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