Resentment is brewing among the employees all over the country as their long pending demand reinstating of old pension system remain unfulfilled. To push for their demand, employees across the country, including Chhattisgarh, are staging demonstration to give momentum to their campaign.
National Old Pension System Restoration United Front general secretary Virendera Dubey said that the demonstration will be intensified if Central government does not replace the new pension system with old system. Dubey was of the view that if public representatives like MPs and MLAs can reap the benefits of the old system then why not government employees.
Dubey said that the old pension restoration movement will intensify even in Chhattisgarh. Employees and officials across the country have now come together to demand the restoration of old pension.
He said that under the leadership and guidance of National Old Pension Restoration United Front national president Chairman B P Singh Rawat, employees have been demanding restoration of old pension through various means for more than a year.
In the coming time, there will be a big movement across the country. For this, meetings and programs are being organized in different places of the country. In which a large number of employees are raising their voice for the restoration of old pension.
Recently, a big gathering was organised followed by a rally at Ramlila Maidan, Uttarakhand. Rawat was the chief guest of the meeting and Dubey joined as special guest. Vishnu Sharma, Gulzbir from Jammu Kashmir, Dr Pushottam from Telangana, Milind Bist from Uttarakhand, Sitaram Pokhriyal, Meharban Singh, Bhagwan Singh Negi, Anil Kumar, Gauri Nathani Srinagar, Balachandra from Hyderabad were present on the occasion.