Extended permission for retention of railway accommodation

The Indian Ministry of Railways has issued a new directive (RBE No. 49/2023) permitting SAG & above level officers posted at NER, ECoR, SECR, SWR, WCR and all officers/staff posted at ECR, BLW & MCF to retain railway accommodation at their previous place of posting up to 31.3.2024, subject to the conditions outlined in the Board’s previous letter dated 01.07.2022.

This decision was made in response to requests/demands received from various Indian railways/production units. The directive has been issued with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.

Permission for retention of railway accommodation at the previous place of posting

RBE No. 49/2023

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA (BHARAT SARKAR)
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS (RAIL MANTRALAYA)
(RAILWAY BOARD)

No. E(G) 2021 RN 2-2

New Delhi, dated 06.04.2023

The General Manager
All Indian Railways/Production Units
Director General, RDSO/ Lucknow
(As per Standard mailing list).

Sub: Permission for retention of railway accommodation at the previous place of posting – reg.

Ref: Railway Board’s letter of even number dated 01.7.2022.

In view of the requests/demands received from ECR, NER, ECoR, SECR, SWR, WCR, BLW and MCE, the Full Board in exercise of the powers vested in it to make reasonable relaxations in public interest for a class/group of employees in all or any of the provisions regarding house allotment/retention, have now decided that SAG & above level officers posted at NER, ECoR, SECR, SWR, WCR and all officers/staff posted at ECR, BLW & MCF may be permitted to retain railway accommodation at their previous place of posting upto 31.3.2024 subject to the conditions stipulated in the Board’s above referred letter dated 01.07.2022.

  1. This issues with the concurrence of the Finance Directorate of the Ministry of Railways.
  2. Please acknowledge receipt.

( M. P. Meena )
Dy. Director Establishment (G)III
Railway Board

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