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    adv.singh is offline Senior Member
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    Default Regional Provident Fund Office

    Complaint Case No
    :
    1158 of 2009

    Date of Institution
    :
    13.08.2009

    Date of Decision
    :
    23.11.2009

    Prem Chand s/o Kishore Lal, #38/183, Top Khanna Mor, Back Side M/S Bala Shoe Company, Patiala (Pb.)

    ….…Complainant

    V E R S U S

    1. The Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner, (o/o Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation), Regional Provident Fund Office- SCO No.4 to 7, Sector 17D, Chandigarh 160017.

    2. The Senior Regional Manager, Food Corporation of India, Regional Office, Punjab, Bay No.34 to 38, Sector 31-A, Chandigarh.

    3. The Assistant General Manger (C.P.F), Food Corporation of India, Regional Office (North), A-2, B-2, Sector 24, Noida (U.P).

    4. Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, through : APFC: Regional Office-Noida, # A-2C, Sector 24, Noida (U.P).



    ..…Opposite Parties



    CORAM: SH.JAGROOP SINGH MAHAL PRESIDENT

    SH.SIDDHESHWAR SHARMA MEMBER

    DR.(MRS) MADHU BEHL MEMBER



    Argued by: Sh. M.G. Sharma, Authorized Representative of complainant.

    Ms. Geeta Sharma, Adv. for OPs 1 & 4.

    Sh. N.K. Zakhmi, Adv. for OPs 2 & 3.



    PER SHRI JAGROOP SINGH MAHAL, PRESIDENT

    Succinctly put, the complainant, superannuated on 30.9.2007 from the Food Corporation of India. He contributed towards EPS-1995 vide EPS a/c No.4238 and was entitled for full rate monthly pension on attaining the age of 58 years i.e. effective from 3.9.2005. He submitted the form 10-D for fixation of his monthly pension at full rate much before 10.7.2008. The OPs were required to fix monthly pension effective from 3.9.2005 by issuing the Pension Payment Order but the same was not done despite number of visits and enquiries made by the complainant. Hence this complaint alleging that the aforesaid acts of the OPs amount to deficiency in service and unfair trade practice.

    2. In their written reply OPs 1 & 4 took preliminary objections inter alia that this Forum has no jurisdiction and that the complaint is premature. On merits it has been denied that there was any delay on part of the answering OPs. It has been pleaded that the claim form 10D was received in the office of Regional Provident Fund Commissioner, Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan, Delhi on 17.9.2009 only, which is under process and would be sent alongwith relevant documents to the answering OP for issuing the PPO in favour of the complainant. Denying all the material allegations of the complainant and pleading that there has been no deficiency in service or unfair trade practice on their part prayer for dismissal of the complaint has been made.

    3. In their separate written reply OPs 2 & 3 admitted the submission of form 10-D for fixation of his monthly pension on 2.7.2008 which were immediately forwarded to the Assistant General Manager, CPF, FCI, Zonal Office, Noida vide letter dated 10.7.2008 and were further forwarded to the office of the Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner, Regional Office, Wazirpur, New Delhi who was to fix family pension of the complainant. It has been denied that there was any deficiency in service on their part. Pleading that the delay, if any, was procedural the answering OPs also prayed for dismissal of the complaint.

    4. Parties led evidence in support of their contentions.

    5. We have heard the ld.Counsel for the parties and have also perused the record.

    6. The ld.Counsel for OP No.1 & 4 has argued that this Forum has no jurisdiction to decide this complaint, which should have been filed by the complainant with the District Forum, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi. It is not disputed by OPs No.1 & 4 that they have a Branch Office at Chandigarh. Similarly, the Head Office of OP No.2, which is the employer of the complainant is also at Chandigarh. This Forum, therefore, would have the territorial jurisdiction to try this complaint.

    7. It is also argued that it is a dispute between the employer & employee and therefore, the Consumer Fora has no jurisdiction. This contention is no longer acceptable because the question has since been decided at the highest level that the Consumer Fora has the jurisdiction to try such complaints.

    8. There is no dispute about it that the complainant retired w.e.f. 30.9.2007 from the office of Area Manager of the F.C.I. as a Picker. He submitted his papers to the Area Manager on 2.7.2008 and the same were forwarded to the OP No.3 on 10.7.2008. The OP No.3, however, sat over the papers for more than One Year without any reason. These were forwarded by OP No.3 to its Zonal Office i.e. OP No.2 vide letter dated 25/28.8.2009, which were received in the said office on 3.9.2009 and were further forwarded to OP No.1 vide letter dated 16.9.2009. It has now been reported that the Pension was sanctioned to the complainant vide letter dated 21.10.2009 during the pendency of this complaint. It is therefore clear that OPs No.2 & 3 have delayed the processing of the papers for sanction of pension to the complainant. It is not the only case in which these OPs were negligent. In another case Kashimir Singh vs. Asstt. Provident Fund Commissioner’ the matter was delayed by about 4 years and the pension was sanctioned during the pendency of the complaint. The OPs were directed to pay Rs.50,000/- as compensation to the complainant, which order was maintained by the Hon’ble State Commission in Appeal Case No.926 of 2008, decided on 3.7.2008, copy of which is Annexure P-1. In another case Ram Sarup Vs. Asstt. Provident Fund Commissioner, Complaint Case No.357 of 2009 also the processing of the papers was intentionally delayed by about 11 months and in that case the OPs were directed to pay Rs.25,000/- as compensation to the complainant, which they were permitted to recover from the officials who were responsible for sending the pension papers of the complainant to the concerned office in time and had delayed the same. It is, therefore, clear that the OPs No.2 & 3 are chronic defaulters in this respect and have not improved their working even inspite of the repeated orders passed by the Consumer Fora. There was no reason as to why the papers would have been kept by OP No.3 for a period of more than 13 months thereby harassing a low paid employee, who had since retired and was to sustain himself only on the pension, which was being denied to him for considerably long time.

    9. In view of the above discussion, we are of the opinion that the present complaint must succeed. The same is accordingly allowed. The OPs No.2 & 3 are directed to release the arrears of pension of complainant with effect from the date of his retirement to date and also to pay him Rs.40,000/- (inclusive of litigation cost) as compensation for causing him harassment by delaying the payment of pension. The amount shall be paid within 30 days from the date of receipt of copy of this order, failing which they would be liable to pay the same along with penal interest at the rate of 12% per annum since the filing of present complaint i.e. 13.08.2009 till the amount is actually paid to the complainant.

    10. The OPs No.2 & 3 would be free to recover the said amount from the officials, who were responsible for sending the pension papers of the complainant to the concerned office in time and had delayed the same, of course after following the procedure, as required by law/rules.

    Certified copies of this order be sent to the parties free of charge. The file be consigned.

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    ATAWARIYA DEVI Guest

    Default Family pansion

    Sir
    I am Atawariya devi,W/O Late Banarashi Prasad.EX.AG-2 officer, They were working at F.C.I Buxar- Patna(Bihar) Branch. They expired on 28-8-2008,but till now ,there is not activate my husband FAMILY PANSION.
    I was inquired at Patna District Office, They told that your all original documents are sent to “ THE PROVIDENT FUND COMMISSIONER ,NEW DELHI”. But no action has been taken till now.
    Now a day my family condition is very poor. I have no any source of income. So, my family leaving condition is going very badly.I have 5-daughter and 2 sons. Sir please thinks, how to survive?
    So kindly take a quick action on my these request and in this regard process the document. As soon as activates my FAMILY PANSION.
    THANKING YOU!
    Your faithfully
    ATAWARIYA DEVI
    E.MAIL:-atawariyadevi@gmail.com
    W/O LATE BANARASHI PRASAD
    EX. AG-2, BUXAR-PATNA (BIHAR)
    STAFF NO.:-S-66582
    C.P.F. NO.:-66582
    DT JNG CPF:-01/12/1976
    F.P.S.NO:-37338
    DT. OF EX.:-28-8-2008
    DATE:-9/2/2010 DT. OF BIRTH:-01/01/1957
    PLACE:-BUXAR DT. OF RET.:-31/12/2013

  3. #3
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    Default payment of PF a/c no. DL/16914/423

    Respected asistant commissioner
    Regional P F Office Wazirpur New Delhi
    Sir Ihad deposited my P F withdrawl application in the month of Oct. 2009 but till date I have not received my payment.
    Please do the needful.
    Sunil Kumar Sharma
    P F A/c NO. DL/16914/423

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    Default Regional Provident Fund Office

    Complaint Case No :1157 of 2009

    Date of Institution : 17.08.2009

    Date of Decision : 25.01.2010

    Pritmohinder Singh son of Shri Sant Singh, Resident of H.No.105/2, Adalat Bazar, Darzian Wali Gali, Patiala (Punjab).

    ……Complainant

    V E R S U S

    [1] The Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner, (o/o Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation), Regional Provident Fund Office- SCO No.4 to 7, Sector 17D, Chandigarh 160017.

    [2] The Senior Regional Manager, Food Corporation of India, Regional Office, Punjab, Bay No.34 to 38, Sector 31-A, Chandigarh.

    [3] The Assistant General Manger (C.P.F), Food Corporation of India, Regional Office (North), A-2, B-2, Sector 24, Noida (U.P).

    [4] Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation, through : APFC: Regional Office-Noida, # A-2C, Sector 24, Noida (U.P).

    .…..Opposite Parties

    CORAM: SH.LAKSHMAN SHARMA PRESIDENT

    SH.ASHOK RAJ BHANDARI MEMBER

    PRESENT: Sh.M.G.Sharma, Agent for the Complainant.

    Sh.R.K.Syal, Adv. for OPs No.1 & 4

    Sh.N.K.Zakhmi, Adv. for OPs No.2 & 3.

    PER ASHOK RAJ BHANDARI, MEMBER
    Concisely put, the complainant, superannuated on 31.5.2008 from the Food Corporation of India. He contributed towards Employees’ Pension Scheme EPS-1995 vide EPS A/C No.8578 and was entitled for full rate monthly pension on attaining the age of 58 years i.e. effective from 16.05.2006. He submitted the form 10-D for fixation of his monthly pension at full rate much before 25.10.2007. The OPs were required to fix his monthly pension effective from 16.05.2006 by issuing the Pension Payment Order (PPO) but the same was not done despite number of visits and enquiries made by the complainant. Hence, this complaint, alleging that the aforesaid acts of the OPs amount to deficiency in service and unfair trade practice. In the end, the Complainant has prayed for the following reliefs:-

    i)

    Payment of Pension arrears from 03.09.2005 upto date, at the full monthly rate of the pension payable.
    ii)
    Payment of interest on the arrears at @ Rs.12% p.a. as calculated on the provident fund by EPFO.

    iii)

    Payment of damages worth Rs.40,000/- towards physical harassment and mental agony having been caused to the complaint because of deficiency of service.

    iv)

    Cost of litigation

    2] Notice of the complaint was sent to OPs seeking their version of the case.



    3] OPs No. 1 & 4 in their joint written statement/reply, while admitting the factual matrix of the case, denied that there was any delay on the part of the answering OPs. It has been pleaded that the claim form 10D was received in the office of Assistant/Regional Provident Fund Commissioner, Noida (U.P.) (O.P.No.4) on 29.09.2009 only, which was under process and received alongwith relevant documents by R.P.F.C. Chandigarh on 26.10.2009 (OP No.1) for issuing the PPO in favour of the complainant, as the Complainant desired monthly pension through his Bank, PNB, Samana, Patiala (Punjab). His Pension Payment Order (PPO) No. 17285, dated 12.11.2009 had since been forwarded to his Banker. Denying all the material allegations of the complainant and pleading that there has been no deficiency in service or unfair trade practice on their part, a prayer for dismissal of the complaint has been made.



    4] OPs No. 2 & 3 which are the main parties in this case in their joint reply while admitting the factual matrix of the case, pleaded that the Complainant had submitted Form 10-D for fixation of monthly pension only in the month of Oct.2007 which was forwarded by OP No. 2 to the OP No. 3 vide letter dated 25.10.2007. The OP No. 3 found that he had not filled in his new SS No. form and the same was returned by the OP No. 3 to OP No. 2, with a copy to the Complainant. The Complainant after completing the formalities, submitted his papers again to OP No. 3 vide letter dated 4.2.2008. The OP No. 3 after processing the same forwarded the papers to OP No. 4. As such, there was no delay on the part of OP No. 2 & 3. The delay, if any, was a procedural delay and was on account of shifting of office of Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner, Wazirpur, New Delhi to Noida, who were to fix family pension of the complainant. All other material contentions of the Complainant were controverted. Pleading that there was no deficiency in service on their part, a prayer has been made for dismissal of the complaint with exemplary costs.



    5] Parties led evidence in support of their contentions.



    6] We have carefully gone through the entire case thoroughly, including the complaint and the relevant documents tendered by the complainant / OPs. We also heard the arguments put forth by the learned Authorized Agent for the Complainant and Counsels for the OPs. As a result of the detailed analysis of the entire case, the following points/issues have clearly emerged and certain conclusions/arrived at, accordingly:-



    i] The basic facts of the case in respect of the Complainants being an employee of OP No. 2 & 3 and having superannuated from service on 31.5.2008 after attaining the age of 60 years and thereafter, claiming the full rate monthly pension from an earlier date i.e. 16.5.2006, when he had attained the age of 58 years, that he submitted Form 10-D for fixation of his monthly pension and on completion of all necessary formalities, the pension was required to be fixed effective from 16.5.2006, by issuing the Pension Payment Order by OP No.1/4, have all been admitted. It is also a fact that on account of various procedural delays, the monthly pension of the Complainant was not fixed for about 02 years and it was only on 12.11.2009, that his Pension Payment Order [PPO] No. 17285 was forwarded by OP No. 1 & 4 to the Complainant’s banker for payment of the monthly Pension.



    ii] The only dispute between the Complainant and the OPs, especially OPs No. 2 & 3 who are the main parties has been the delay caused in fixing and paying the pension of the Complainant after his superannuation from the service of OPs No.2 & 3 on 31.05.2008. As a matter of fact, the Complainant had retired on attaining the age of 60 years as on 31.05.2008; whereas, as per the Employees’ Pension Rules of OP No.1/4, he was to be paid pension with effect from 02 years earlier i.e. at the age of 58 years effective from 16.05.2006. The contention of the Complainant is that he completed all the formalities for being eligible to have the pension in Form 10-D earlier than 25.10.2007 and the OPs were required to fix the monthly pension effective from 16.05.2006 by issuing the Pension Payment Order (PPO), but the same was not done for a period of more than 02 years from the date of submission of Form 10-D by him to OPs No. 2 and 3. The contention of the Complainant has been denied by the OPs No. 1 & 4 in their joint written statement/ reply, saying that so far as submission of Form 10-D is concerned, it was received in their office (OP No.1) on 29.9.2009 only. Further the relevant documents were received by their Chandigarh office on 26.10.2009 for issuing the PPO in favour of the Complainant and accordingly, the PPO No. 17285, dated 12.11.2009 was forwarded to the Complainant’s Banker for payment of pension. Thus, OPs have reiterated that there is no deficiency on their part or unfair trade practice by them, as there has been no delay, whatsoever on their part to process the pension papers of the Complainant for payment of pension. From the contention of these OPs, as well as documents placed on record, it is quite clear that these OPs have only taken about 1 ½ months time to receive Form 10-D and all other relevant documents, process the same and for issuance of the Pension Payment Order to the concerned quarters. Therefore, it is obvious that there is no deficiency of service on the part of OPs No. 1 & 4.



    iii] So far as OPs No. 2 & 3 are concerned, while they have admitted the factual matrix of the case, they say that the Complainant had submitted Form 10-D for fixation of his monthly pension to them only in the month of October, 2007 and thereafter, OP No. 2 forwarded the pension documents to OP No. 3 for further processing of the case. OP No. 3, which is the regional office, found some discrepancy in the documents submitted to them in respect of non-filling of the new SS No. Form by the Complainant/OP No. 2 and on that account returned the papers to OP No.2, with a copy to the Complainant. Thereafter, the actual employer of the Complainant i.e. the District Office of Food Corporation of India, Patiala after removing all discrepancies forwarded the necessary documents to OP No. 3 on 4.2.2008, after checking and verifying all necessary documents.



    iv] OP No. 3, on receipt of these documents, forwarded the same to OP No.4 on 3.9.2009 (OP’s Annexure 5) i.e. after a gap of 1 year and 7 months of receiving the relevant documents from the Patiala District Office of the Food Corporation of India. OP No. 4 after duly processing the pension case of the Complainant forwarded the pension papers to OP No. 1, which were received by them on 26.11.2009. Based on the same, OP No. 1 issued the PPO No. PN/CHD/17285 on 12.11.2009 (Annexure R-2) in the name of the Complainant, fixing not only the payment of original monthly pension of Rs.1391/- but also the commuted value of Rs.834/- per month and Commutation amount of Rs.46,400/- and also arrears of commutation of pension of Rs.34,611/-. A copy of this PPO was also endorsed to the Branch Manager, Punjab National Bank, Samana, District Patiala where the Complainant was maintaining his bank account for credit of his pension amount there.

    7] The detailed analysis and study of the entire case clearly shows that although there is no deficiency of service or indulgence in unfair trade practice on the part of OPs No. 1 and 4, as they have taken only about 6 weeks’ time in finally receiving and processing the pension papers and also issuing the Pension Payment Order (PPO) to him. Therefore, no liability can be fastened on these OPs, as there is no deficiency of service on their part. So far as OPs No. 2 & 3 are concerned, they are the real and actual employers of the Complainant. It was very well known to them that the Complainant would be retiring from service on 31.5.2008 on reaching the age of 60 years and that he was entitled to receive his pension with effect from 16.5.2006, on attaining the age of 58 years. Therefore, these OPs, as well as the District Office, Patiala of the Food Corporation of India should have taken prompt and adequate steps for completion of all the formalities for the payment of pension to the Complainant, well in time, so that the actual payment of pension could be made to the Complainant, immediately, after retirement, but with effect from 16.5.2006. These OPs have taken more than 02 years time to process the pension papers of the Complainant and thereby caused considerable delay in ensuring the payment of pension to him. As can be seen from the documents placed on record, in one instance, when the District Office, Patiala of Food Corporation of India had sent the complete pension papers including the family pension case of to OP No. 1 on 4.2.2008 and the same was received in the office of OP NO. 3 on 5.2.2008, this OP took 01 year and 07 months to forward the papers to OP No. 4 for further action in processing the pension case of the Complainant. Even earlier, when the pension papers of the Complainant were submitted to OP No. 3 by the District Office, Patiala of the Food Corporation of India, they failed to check the correctness of the papers; wherein EPF Form for allotment of Security No. (SSN) in 04 copies, duly filled in by the Member and attested by the Area Manager/AGM of the OPs were not submitted and, therefore, the Patiala Office of the OPs was asked by OP No. 3 to resubmit the papers after removing the discrepancies, to the Headquarters, New Delhi, CPF Division, for onward submission to RPFO, New Delhi. It was a serious lapse on the part of the Patiala office of the OPs It was only in compliance with the orders of OP No. 3 that the Patiala Office of the OPs re-submitted the papers after doing the needful on 4.2.2008. Therefore, there is no doubt at all that there has been inordinate delay not only on the part of OPs No. 2 & 3, but also on the part of the District Patiala Office of the Food Corporation of India, which has not been made a party in the present case. Had all the pension papers, including Form 10-D and EPF Form for allotment of Security No. (SSN) 4 copies and other relevant documents, been submitted to the concerned authorities, immediately, at the time of retirement of the Complainant, the Complainant would have been in a position to get his pension, without any delay, whatsoever, which is not there in the present case.



    8] Keeping in view the foregoings, it is our considered view that OPs No. 2 & 3 have been grossly deficient in service towards the Complainant. They have also indulged in unfair trade practice in not keeping the Complainant informed from time to time in respect of the progress of his pension case and thereby depriving him of the pension/family pension for a long time, to which he was entitled, as per Rules.



    9] In respect of OPs No. 1 & 4, there is no deficiency in service or indulgence of any unfair trade practice on their part, therefore, the complaint is dismissed qua OPs No. 1 & 4. It is also observed that during the proceedings of the present complaint, OPs have already disbursed the pensionary benefits including arrears of pension to the Complainant as on 12.11.2009, therefore, the prayer of the Complainant in respect of payment of original pension as well as pension arrears has become redundant.



    10] In view of above, we decide the complaint in favour of the Complainant and against the OPs No. 2 & 3. We pass the following orders. OPs No. 2 and 3 are directed to make the following payments, jointly and severally, to the Complainant:-



    (i) a sum of Rs.20,000/- as compensation for the financial loss suffered by him on account of inordinate delay caused by the OPs in making payment of the pension.



    (ii) a sum of Rs.10,000/- towards compensation for causing physical harassment, mental agony and pain to the Complainant on account of deficiency in service on the part of OPs No. 2 & 3.



    (iii) a sum of Rs.5,000/- towards costs of litigation.



    11] The aforesaid order be complied with by the OPs within a period of 06 weeks from the date of receipt of its certified copy, failing which, they shall pay the sum of Rs.30,000/- along with interest @18% per annum from the date of filing of this complaint i.e. 17.8.2009, till the date of realization, besides paying the cost of litigation at Rs.5,000/-.



    12] Certified copy of this order be communicated to the parties, free of charge. After compliance file be consigned to record room.

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    prasundelhi2009@gmail.com Guest

    Default regarding PF

    sir,
    i m prasun i was working with BPO aprox 2year,actualy bcoz of mdical problm i had given resignation to my TL. but he has not submited in HR department, so they are not providing me PF form.
    so i request u to kindly suggest me what should i do.
    THANKING YOU
    YOUR FAITHFULLY
    PRASUN
    prasundelhi2009@gmail.com

  6. #6
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    Smile Sub: Non-Receipt of my Pension Amount.

    MOST URGENT
    RZ-P-19, Chanakya Place,
    Part-II,
    New Delhi – 110059.

    28th July, 2010.

    The Regional P.F. Commissioner (Pension)
    Office of the P.F. Commissioner,
    Bhavishya Nidhi Bhawan, 6th – 9th Floor,
    28, Community Centre,
    Wazirpur Industrial Area,
    New Delhi – 110052.

    Dear Sir,

    Sub: Non-Receipt of my Pension Amount.
    Ref: My P.F. A/c. No.DL/2731/34, PPO NO.DL/NHP/8820.

    With reference to the above, I have not received my pension amount for the past 6 months. Punjab National Bank, B-1, Janakpuri Brach, New Delhi – 110058 has credited only two remittance in my Saving Bank Account No.1503000109003105 with them is Rs.1039/- on 3.2.2010 and Rs.66927/- on 5.2.2010 as arrears. After that till date neither I received my areas of my pension from January 2010 to July 2010 or any reply from your office about the abnormal delay.

    In this connection, I am enclosing herewith in duplicate Life Certificate and Certificate of Non-remarriage duly filled by me and attested by Authorized Officer for your necessary action.

    No matter the Pension amount lesser or higher. Pensioner are depending pension amount only for the survival after retirement. They expect the amount will available their account on or before the 6th of every month. If the delay of sending the pension amount from your end, it is very difficult for them to run family.

    Please remit at the earliest in future. An early action in the matter is highly appreciated.


    Yours faithfully,


    ( VINOD KUMAR SHARMA )

  7. #7
    ramraml Guest

    Post Regading PF No

    Dear Sir

    we all are the employees of Rayat Bahra Educational Research & Trust.
    Sir our management is deducting our PF since 2008,but still we have not got ny PF no.
    We have posted so many applications to PF office Chandigarh but no reply had been given
    by any competent authority.

    So we request that please look into the matter
    and take necessary action.

    Thanks

    With Reards
    SCO 126-127, Level 3 & 4, Sector 34 A, Chandigarh 160022. Phones: 0172 - 5025001

  8. #8
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    Default Up/17243/9813 yogesh chandra brizawasi

    Respected sir,
    I was working in Maharishi Vidhya Mandir since 26th March 1999 .My Account Number is UP/17243/9813 but due to injustice and forceful transfer to Aasam I had submitted conditional resignation, which was accepted by my employer (Director P&A).But he is not clearing my dues till 4th March 2011 and not informing me any information regarding my PF and Gratuity (12 years service).Even they did not provided me PF slips for last two years.
    Please instruct me how to get my PF, because my (that time)Principal is not forwarding my PF forms to my employer(Director P&A).
    Someone telling me that I should pay Suvidha sulk to your office in this regard,otherwise I could not get my amount.
    If it is please instruct me how much?

  9. #9
    rakesh singh Guest

    Post PF Withdrawal.

    Sir
    I have submited Complete Filled Pf Form in FEB 2011.but Still my PF Amount is not Trasfer to my Bank Account.
    My Pf No-PB/20147/940

    Thanks Regards
    Rakesh Singh
    Gajraula (UP)
    Email Id-rakeshnec1980@yahoo.com

  10. #10
    paresh hasmukhbhai patel Guest

    Default my p.f. pending

    dear sir,

    here is paresh .h.patel working in green power intl.(p) ltd. my form is submitted on date 3-9-2010 and my confimed receipt no. is 1019 and my p.f. no. is--dl/26898/672 but still my p.f.not deposited in my account.so,please requested give me a suiteble reply.

    paresh.h.patel
    07567711122
    paresh_patel091986@yahoo.com
    ankleshwar(bharuch)
    gujarat.

  11. #11
    Unregistered Guest

    Default A/C Statement

    Sir

    I am an employee of Met Trade India Ltd.My PF A/C Number is DL/24636/382.My employer has been depositing the fund in my account regularly.Earlier I have given request for transfer of balance in my account from my previous account also.

    I regret to inform that despite repeated requests to the concerned office neither I am getting the statement of my account nor it is being informed whether balance of my previous account from Haryana has been transferred or not.If You can kindly use your good office to get me the required information.


    Thanking You,

    T.K.Chanana
    Met Trade India Ltd.
    138 Ghazipur
    Near Bharat Petrol Pump
    Delhi 110096

    Mob No.9911326820

  12. #12
    Unregistered Guest

    Post Payment of PF a/c. No. DL/18247/1252

    payment of PF a/c no. DL/18247/1252
    Respected asistant commissioner
    Regional P F Office Wazirpur New Delhi
    Sir Ihad deposited my P F withdrawl application in the month of June. 2010 ( Your R.R. No. 13/DL/18247/1252/321 Dt.29-06-2010) & resend With Registered post on dt.17-2-2011, but till date I have not received my payment.
    Please do the needful
    Ashish Sachdeva
    P F A/c NO. DL/18247/1252

  13. #13
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    Exclamation PF status query...

    Dear Sir,
    I am working in FIS india pvt limited ,Chandigarh. My PF account no is PB/CH/29146/222.
    My employer has been depositing the fund in my account regularly.Earlier I have given
    request for transfer of balance in my account from my previous account i.e from TCS also.

    TCS has send me one annexure for PF transfer that shows that PF amount has been sent
    to the REGIONAL OFFICE (PUNJAB) Chandigarh S.C.O. 4-7, Sector 17-D, Chandigarh.
    I regret to inform that despite repeated requests to the concerned office neither I am getting the statement of my account nor it is being informed whether balance of my previous account from Haryana has been transferred or not.If You can kindly use your good office to get me the required information.

    Please reply.
    Thanking You,
    Neeraj Kaushal
    FIS Solutions
    #52, Industrial Area, Phase II, Chandigarh, 160 002, India

  14. #14
    Unregistered Guest

    Default EPF Claim Not Recieved

    R.P.F.C (I)
    Shri P.C Pati

    Dear Sir

    My name is Ravi Kant my EPF A/c No. is : SIS/62843. In the month of August, 2010 i had contacted the PF Office Patna on the phone and i was advised that Cheque No. 220242 Amount Rs 3785.00 and another Cheque No. 208675 of Amount Rs 1304.00 has been dispatched via ECS to my bank account. But till date i have not recieved any payment.

    Now no body is responding to my request. I would like you to please look into the matter and please arrange to send my cheque.

    An early response is solicited.

    My bank A/c details are as follows:

    Bank A/c No.: 0829508292
    NAME : State Bank of India
    Address : B Block, Sector 2, Noida, UP 201301

    Ravi Kant
    Mobile : 9911471550

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    jeetu_mani is offline Junior Member
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    Nov 2011
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    Respected Sir,With due respect I would like to draw your kind attention about the attempt to give a broad idea about EPF since repeated queries on EPF. Sir, I am Sri Jitu Mani Talukdar from Guwahati, Assam. Presently working as a Technical Expert (Agriculture) in Govt. of India sponsored project named IWMP. Earlier I have worked for SMEC India Pvt. Ltd, Gurgaon for almost four years as an Agriculture Scientist till the 28th February 2009. During my stay in that organization, my PF amount created and deposited the certain amount both (Organization & from my salary). When I left that said organization I fill up and followed all the procedures to get back my PF amount. But, I am surprised that after two half long years, I have not yet received my due amount. When I inquired personally to that organization (i.e. SMEC India Pvt. Ltd.) they informed me that my amount has been deposited to the Regional Provident Fund Commissioner, Delhi (South) on 27/05/2009 (Copy attached with this complaint), and had told me to contact the said office to know the status of my claim and accordingly I have written so many request letters through Indian registered post to the Regional Fund Commissioner, Delhi (South) for my claim settlement. But till date I have not received any feedback from the said office. Few days back, when I checked my status online on EPE website, it said that “No record found”. The claims, complete in all respects submitted along with the requisite documents, if there is any deficiency in the claim, the same shall be informed me in writing and communicated to the applicant.
    Then, I have written PF Commissioner Delhi (South) under RTI Act to know my status and finally I got a replay and came to know that my PF claims has been settled in August 9th 2009 with two Cheques then I again wrote one more letter under RTI Act to know the Account No and the Name of the Branch where those Cheques had been enchashed. But now almost 3 months time periods has over but I have not received my queries.
    Sir, therefore I have no other option left then to inform you, because it is not possible for me to pursue the matter personally from Guwahati, Assam due financial condition and time are constraint for me. I have also tried to contact the Regional Provident Fund Commissioner Office over phone (Phone No. given in the EPE website) but the nos. is faulty and does not exist now. Even I wrote few emails to the Regional Provident Fund Commissioner but the same no reply. So, I request you to kindly look in to the matter and please suggest me – how to get my due claims along with the interest I shall get.Anticipating your kind response and for necessary action.For any sort of query please write back to me.Your’s faithfullyJitu Mani Talukdar

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