There is a great relief news for Uttarakhand. UP has given green signal to the outstanding pension of employees allotted to Uttarakhand. It has also been made provisionally in the budget. The pending issue of pension of employees allotted to Uttarakhand from UP was pending for many years. In the past, there was a meeting on this issue between Chief Secretaries of UP and Uttarakhand. Untreated financial burden was on the Uttarakhand due to non-payment of outstanding pension from the UPA.
The amount outstanding as a pension has now reached more than 1000 crores, including interest. Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh said that the state government has been paying the pension of the UP employee who retired only in Uttarakhand. On Monday, Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Rawat met UP Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow Kalidas Marg residence.
During this time, he raised the issue of outstanding payment of employees’ pensions. Yogi told CM Trivandrum that the employees from Uttar Pradesh who had been allotted from UP have made provision for their outstanding pension in the budget. The Chief Minister urged the relatives of Veer Chandra Singh Garhwali from Yogi Adityanath to relieve the issue of UP Forest Department’s notice. He said that in the past, the family of Garhwali was allotted land on lease paid in Bijnaur district. Yogi has given the confidence to provide proper relief.