Delay in GP Fund Withdrawals Raises Concerns: Gulam Hassan Mir

Srinagar, June 12(KNS): Senior Vice President of Apni Party, Gulam Hassan Mir criticized the delay in the withdrawal of General Provident Fund (GP) bills in Jammu and Kashmir, stating that many bills, even those below three lakh rupees, have been pending with treasuries for six months

Mir said that the GP fund belongs to the employees, with the government serving as its custodian, and expressed concern over the lack of attention towards resolving the issue.

"GP fund is employ’s own money Govt as custodian .Click Here To Follow Our WhatsApp ChannelIn jk GP fund with drawl bills are pending with Treauries for six months. So many bills which are less than 3 lacs.Nobody cares. Government’s good governance and employee friendly approach," he said in a post on 'X'

"PM and his council of Ministers took oath of office. New beginning .congratulations . We people of jk expect from this Govt whatever disempowerment has been done to jk , that will be done away with and empowerment as was on 5th August will be restored," he added.(KNS) 

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