Kashmir Valley Franchise – Additional HRA, Messing Facilites, Reward (according to the 7th CPC) to CGE and Pensioners' Monthly Pension: DoPT Order
No. 18016/3/2018 -Estt. (L)
Public complaints and pensions
(Personnel and Training Department)
New Delhi, January 8, 2019
Theme: Special offers for central government employees working in the Kashmir Valley at affiliated/subordinate offices or institutions under central government control.
The purpose of the signatory is to refer to O.M. of the Department on December 11, 2016 on the subject 18016/1 / 2016-Estt. (L), and stated that the competent authority has decided to extend the package of concessions/incentives to the central government employee valley working in Kashmir for a further two years wef January 1, 2018. The two-year plan is attached.
2. The package of incentives applies uniformly to all ministries/departments and institutions under the Government of India, and they should ensure strict compliance with the package rate. The relevant ministry/department can ensure that the package is implemented and monitored in accordance with the approved package, so all court cases involving a package of judgements must be challenged by the relevant ministry/department.
Including: as described above
Deputy minister of the government of india
DOPT O.M. Annex No. 18016 / 3/2018-Estt. (L) The date is January 8, 2019.
Details of the Kashmir River Basin work package for central government staff working in affiliated/subordinate offices or PSUs under central government control
[Kashmir Valley comprises of ten districts namely, Anantnag, Baramulla, Budgam, Kupwara, Pulwama, Srinagar, Kulgam, Shopian, Ganderbal and Bandipora]
I. Additional H.R.A. and other privileges:
(A) Staff were assigned to the Kashmir Valley;
(i) These employees may choose to move their families to selected places in India at the expense of the government. T.A. Households that are allowed to transfer permanently, including the Comprehensive Transfer Grant, are calculated at 80% of the basic salary of the previous month.
(ii) Departmental arrangements for the stay, security and transportation of the employee's workplace.
(iii) HRA applies to 'Y' cities (16% of basic wages) applicable to employees who exercise (i) the option. These employees are eligible to withdraw normal HRAs from their positions, but their accommodation is not a departmental arrangement.
(iv) The temporary term is extended to six months. During the temporary work period, in addition to the department's accommodation, security and transportation, the following special rates for the Kashmir Valley will be paid according to the following rates and food charges (according to the 7th Compensation Committee):
|Salary range||Monthly rate (proportional)|
|(i) Level 14 and above||Rs.9000|
|(ii) Levels 12 and 13||Rs.8000|
|(iii) Levels 9 to 11||Rs.7000|
|(iv) Levels 6 to 8||Rs.6000|
|(v) Level 5 and below||Rs.4500|
(B) Employees posted in the Kashmir Valley who do not wish to move their families to the chosen place of residence:
Daily allowance Rs. 113 / – Pay per day to cover any additional costs to and from the office.
II. MESSING facilities:
A subsidy allowance is paid to all employees who are released daily at J&K @Rs.97.85 / -.
III. Kashmir Valley Pension Monthly Pension Payment:
Pensioners in the Kashmir Valley are not able to receive monthly pensions through their public pension banks or PAO national debts. They will receive pensions outside the valleys they have resolved and relax the terms.
Note: 1. The concession/facility package should be acceptable in the Kashmir Valley, including ten districts, namely Anantnag, Baramulla, Budgam, Kupwara, Pulwama, Srinagar, Kulgam, Shopian, Ganderbal and Bandipora.
2. According to paragraph 5 (i) of the 1993 Indian Government Temporary Workers (Temporary Status and Formalization Plan), the concession/facility package accepts temporary temporary workers working in the Kashmir Valley.
3. According to the benefits of the additional HRA acceptable to the Kashmir Valley package, if they choose to move their families anywhere in India, whether they are indigenous people in the Kashmir Valley, they can accept the entry of all central government employees. Grant these allowances.
4. In the Kashmir Valley programme, local people in the Kashmir Valley should also be allowed to receive reimbursement and daily allowances.