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Excess payment made to government servant

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यदि रेलवे में पिता की मृत्यु के अनुकम्पा आधार पर नौकरी पाने वाले कर्मचारी को विभागीय चूक से सर्विस जॉइन करने के बाद excess फॅमिली पेंशन भुगतान हुआ है तो क्या उसकी CG पर नौकरी लगने के बाद अनमैरिड डॉटर द्वारा फैमली पेंशन की विभाग से मांग करने पर EXCESS पेमेंट की रिकबरी पेंशन जारी करने से पूर्व ,जमा करने हेतु सेकंड BENEFICIERI होने के कारण पुत्री को विभाग द्वारा निर्देशित किया जा सकता है।

 

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Prasad GLN

This is just moral responsibility of every citizen, to refund any amount paid by others including government--If such amount is paid by mistake.

The government can recover such amounts somehow lawfully after issuing such notices to the pensioner.

But when Railways provided such compassionate appointment and helped the pensioner, it is more moral responsibility.

This refund by daughter without any legal process from Railways saves a lot of manhours and amounts to Railways.

Railways also recognize such good gesture by its own employees, and by this gracious response, the daughter may be saving the career of another railway employee who committed such mistake as railway management has authority to recover such amount calculated by negligent employee.

Members cannot decide the issue and not connected to rti.

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