BPMS urges Ministry of Defence to address SPARSH PENSION PORTAL issue

The Bharatiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh, an all-India federation of defense workers, has written a letter to the Principal Controller of Defense Accounts (Pensions) regarding a grievance received from the Western Command MES Employees Union CWE Pathankot.

The letter states that the Sparsh Pension Portal in the establishment has not been functioning since January 2023, causing financial hardships for individuals who have retired since then or are going to retire. The federation believes that there are technical lapses and requests the controller to take urgent action to resolve the issue.

Non- functioning of SPARSH PENSION PORTAL in HQ CWE Pathankot

Bharatiya Pratiraksha Mazdoor Sangh
(AN ALL INDIA FEDERATION OF DEFENCE WORKERS)
(AN INDUSTRIAL UNIT OF B.M.S.)
(RECOGNISED BY MINISTRY OF DEFENCE, GOVT. OF INDIA)
CENTRAL OFFICE : 2-A, NAVIN MARKET, KANPUR-1 e PH.: (0512) 2332222 « FAX : (0512) 2296229

REF: BPMS/ PCDA(P)/ Grievance/ NZ 8(1/2/L)

Dated: 18.04.2023

TO,
Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Pensions),
Draupadi Ghat
Allahabad
211014

Subject: Non- functioning of SPARSH PENSION PORTAL in HQ CWE Pathankot.

Respected sir,

I am writing to bring your kind attention towards a grievance received from Western Command MES Employees Union CWE Pathankot, a union affiliated to this federation, vide its letter No. MES/ EV/ 115 dated 04.04.2023 (Copy Enclosed) regarding non-working of Sparsh Pension Portal in the establishment since January 2023.

Due to above, the individuals who have retired since January 2023 or going to retire are facing financial hardships. It appears that there are some technical lapses and your quick coordination will resolve the same.

Therefore you are requested to take appropriate action on urgent basis so that the issue may be resolved at the earliest.

Thanking You.

Sincerely Yours

(MUKESH SINGH)
General Secretary/ BPMS &
Member JCM II Level Council (MoD)

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