A big news regarding pension for government employees has come to light. A major change in the pension rules has been made by the central government and this change is expected to have a major impact on the pension of the central government employees to the state government employees.
It is known that this new rule issued by the central government will be effective from January 1, 2023. Now let’s find out exactly which rules have been decided to change. According to sources, henceforth government employees will have to request partial withdrawal of pension from the fund only through their respective nodal offices.
Meanwhile, the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) relaxed norms during the Corona pandemic, thereby allowing independent declarations under the NPS. According to the government rules, keeping in mind the convenience of the people during the corona epidemic, the rules have been relaxed, but now the situation is normal, it has to be sent through the concerned nodal office.
In this context, it should be noted that there is a huge protest going on in the country at this time regarding the new pension system. State employees are demanding rollback of the old pension policy. Because many state central employees themselves feel that their future is not secure in this scheme. In 2004, the central government scrapped the old pension scheme and replaced it with the National Pension System.