Delhi BJP MLAs Claim Old Age Pension Not Paid Since 2018, Urge LG to Intervene

Final Up to date: October 11, 2022, 23:32 IST

Delhi lieutenant governor Vinai Kumar Saxena. (File pic: News18)

The delegation led by Chief of Opposition Ramvir Singh Bidhuri claimed that over 6 lakh purposes had been pending as outdated age pensions weren’t paid by the Delhi authorities

Delhi BJP MLAs met Lt Governor VK Saxena on Tuesday and sought his intervention for resuming outdated age pensions, claiming that it was not being paid since 2018. The delegation led by Chief of Opposition Ramvir Singh Bidhuri claimed that over 6 lakh purposes had been pending as outdated age pensions weren’t paid by the Delhi authorities.

In addition they threatened to stage an illustration exterior Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence if pensions weren’t paid. “The MLAs informed the LG that greater than 6 lakh aged folks have utilized for pension, however the Kejriwal authorities shouldn’t be giving it to them,” stated a press release from Bidhuri’s workplace.

Vijender Gupta, Mohan Singh Bisht, Omprakash Sharma, Jitendra Mahajan, Anil Bajpayee, Ajay Mahawar and Abhay Verma, all BJP MLAs, had been a part of the delegation. Bidhuri stated needy senior residents have been ready for pension for the previous a few years, however the authorities is constantly disappointing them. “That is the scenario after Kejriwal had promised over the past elections that his authorities won’t solely give pension to those that have utilized however will even launch pension on future purposes. The federal government has fully forgotten its promise,” he stated.

The Chief of Opposition requested the Kejriwal authorities to take a choice on this matter instantly.

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