PCDA Circular on Delay in dispatch of PPOs to the PDA by the Record Offices
PCDA issued Circular 575 for Delay in first payment of pensionary awards and revised pension after issue of initial / corrigendum PPOs due to delayed dispatch / processing of PPOs by the Record Offices and Pension Disbursing Agencies i.e. Bank CPPCs, Treasuries and DPDOs etc
Office of the Principal CDA (Pensions)
Draupadi Ghat, Allahabad – 211 001
Circular No. 575
Dated: 20th February, 2017
All Pension Disbursing Agencies (PDAs)
O I/ C, All Record Offices
Subject: Delay in first payment of pensionary awards and revised pension after issue of initial / corrigendum PPOs due to delayed dispatch / processing of PPOs by the Record Offices and Pension Disbursing Agencies i.e. Bank CPPCs, Treasuries and DPDOs etc.
(Available on this office website www.pcdapension.nic.in)
It has come to the notice of this office that payment of pension is getting delayed due to delay in dispatch of PPOs to the Pension Disbursing Agencies by the Record Offices. It has also come to the notice that delay is occurring at the end of Pension Disbursing Agencies too in disbursement of first payment of pensionary awards. Revised pension after issue of corrigendum PPOs also needs to be paid expeditiously by completing necessary action at the end of ROs and PDAs.
2. The matter was taken up with the ministry and PMO office by some pensioners and it has been desired that payment of pensionary benefits may be released without delay and time taken in dispatch/ processing of PPOs may be minimized.
3. In view of above, all ROs and PDAs are requested to avoid delay in dispatch/ processing of PPOs, so that DCRG, Commuted value of pension, pension in case of 1st payment and revised pension in the case of corrigendum may be credited to the pensioner’s account immediately.
4. This circular has been uploaded on this office website www.pcdapension.nic.in for dissemination to all alongwith Defence pensioners, Pension Disbursing Agencies and Record offices (ROs).
Sr. Accounts Officer (P)
Dated : 20th February 2017