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Encashment of Leave on Half Average Pay (LHAP) - Railway Order



PC VI No.126
RBE No 130 / 2009

BHARAT SARKAR / GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

RAIL MANTRALAYA / MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS

(RAILWAY BOARD)

New Delhi, dated 15.07.2009

No.F(E)III/2008/LE-1/2

The General Manager / FA&CAOs,
All Indian Railways and Production Units etc.
(As per standing Mailing list)

       Subject: Encashment of Leave on Half Average Pay (LHAP) on permanent absorption in Public Sector Undertakings (PSU) / Autonomous Bodies – Regarding.

In terms of the instructions contained in this office letter of even number dated 8.10.2008, both Leave on Average Pay and LHAP are to be considered for encashment at the time of retirement, subject to the overall limit of 300 days

2. The matter regarding applicability or otherwise of the instructions dated 8.10.2008 referred to above in cases of permanent absorption of railway employees in PSUs / Autonomous Bodies, has been examined in consultation with the Department of Personnel & Training, the nodal Department of the Government in the matter, and it is clarified that the instructions dated 8.10.2008 ibid are not applicable in the case of permanent absorption of railway employees in PSUs/Autonomous Bodies. In other words, the existing provision of forfeiture of LHAP standing at the credit of such railway servants on absorption in PSUs/Autonomous bodies shall continue to be in force.

3. Please acknowledge receipt

Centre announces special allowances for paramilitary personnel fighting Naxals



Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram has announced special allowances for paramilitary forces fighting the Maoist insurgency on par with the Army.

Speaking in the Rajya Sabha during Question Hour on Wednesday, Chidambaram said the Home Ministry has sanctioned the risk-based allowances to the central forces and the matter is pending before the Finance Ministry.

He informed members that the special allowances for the paramilitary personnel have been worked out on the basis of the hardship and risk involved and also the stress factor in anti - Naxal operations.

The new allowance is higher and totally different from the allowance given to personnel deployed for operations in Jammu and Kashmir and North Eastern region.he personnel till the rank of Commandant of the Commando Battalion for Resolute Action (CoBRA), an elite force of the central forces in Naxal-hit areas, would be covered by the risk allowances.

Chidambaram informed the House that the government is considering bringing the similarity in compensation amounts for Central Para Military Forces (CPMF) officials who die in action in line with officials of defence forces.

Chidambaram expressed concern over the lack of sanitation and other conveniences in deep forest camps of the central forces, and asked the states to address the issue.



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