Around 10 pensioners of the state and the central government today took benefit of the mega pension adalat organized by the district administration here at the District Administrative Complex.Inaugurating the adalat, the Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar Varinder Kumar Sharma today said that this unique initiative of the state government was aimed at redressing the grievances, if any, of the pensioners of the state and central government. He said that the adalat was organized to make sure that pensioners were facilitated in getting their work done without any sort of delay. Mr. Sharma said that state government and the district administration was duty-bound to help these retired officers/ officials who have given their productive years in public service.On the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner directed all the officials/ officers to accord top priority to the resolution of the issues of the pensioners.
He said that all out efforts must be made to facilitate the pensioners who had came to the Adalat with their genuine issues pertaining to the pensions. Mr. Sharma also asked the officers to ensure a constant follow up of these cases, so that the pensioners they could be resolved at the earliest.Meanwhile, out of the ten applications of pensioners received today three have been referred to Accountant General Punjab, one to District Treasury Office, two to District Education Officer, Jalandhar, two to Lead Bank and one each to District Education Officer (Secondary) and District Food and Supplies Controller.On the occasion, Assistant Commissioner (Grievances) Ms. Shayari Malhotra, Lead Bank Managar Mr. Watan Singh, District Welfare Officer Mr. Lakhwinder Singh and others were also present.