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Anil diver

Hello,

We a post office in our village , the post master has been using the pensions of the people who have passed away since long back some of them nearly 10 years how should I proceed

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Prasad GLN

Please seek a copy of Pension payments made by PM during the month of Mar, 14 and identify the list of deceased and then file RTI Application before Panchayat seeking date of death of that deceased persons, and equipped with this evidence file complaint to Supdt., of Post offices and mark a copy to Hon.COllector or Tehasildar of the area (Who is supervisory authority for giving pensions)

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RAVEENA_O

It is better to seek the list showing name of pension account holders drawing pension from ....... (name) post office. File the RTI Application before the CPIO of SSPO or PMG.

 

If you are in a position to identify even a single dead person, you can file a complaint with the PMG having territorial jurisdiction over the Post Office. You need not obtain death certiicate or any proof. PMG office will take care of the rest. Action will definitely be taken.

 

As per the extant instructions, every pensioner shall attend the pension disbursing office in-person i.e. bank or post office - in the month of November.

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