मजदूरों को पेंशन देने की तैयारी में मोदी सरकार! कुछ इस तरह की जा रही
Posted on Nov 30, 2021
By Deepu news patrka
Published in News
The central government now plans to provide financial assistance in the form of pension to unorganized sector workers. For this, the government is running a 'Donate Pension' campaign. I guided people to voluntarily provide assistance for this pension. The campaign will be part of the 'Shiva It Up' campaign, under which people will be guided to get rid of the need for cooking gas or subsidy.
'Donate Pension' campaign is expected to cost only Rs 36,000 per person. It pays a lump sum under the PM Yogi Honorarium (PM-SM) scheme, which reimburses the contribution made by the worker throughout his life. Beneficiaries under this scheme will be eligible for a pension of Rs. 3,000 from the age of 60 years. Reported by level government officials The Ministry of Labor is preparing a proposal to consider the matter further.
According to ministry figures, only 35 workers were enrolled under the scheme in October, while 85 registered workers in September. The average registration so far this year is 2,366. The official said, "If it is accepted, it will revive the scheme and bring in millions of workers."
PM-SYM is a voluntary pension scheme aimed at providing social security to millions of unorganized workers. It is based on unorganized sector workers aged 18-40 who earn less than Rs 15,000 per month. Under this, when a worker contributes between Rs. 55 to Rs. 200, the same will be provided by the government.
In the three years since the scheme was launched, a total of 45.1 lakh informal workers have been registered till October. However, this is far less than the estimated 380 million informal workers in the country. At most 60 years of life is left without any form of social security.
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