Friday, April 3, 2009

Mediclaim-direct payment facility for Retirees

Friends

At last the management of United India has come out with the circular on 30 the of March 2009 for direct payment facility to Retired Employees in their company.

For Hospitalisation - 50000/- or more with a request from the retired employee and estimate from the Hospital including the ailment and other details.

Retired Employee should deposit 10% of the estimated value or 10000/- whichever is less with the Hospital and produce the reciept to the concernd office.

We have now succeeded with United India and we are now approaching the other companies and then will fight for the improvement in the scheme. Kudos to NISVRREA.

Our case at supreme Court has been reviewed and out of notices for 8 petitions but for Karnataka all the other notices have been served and our next review is scheduled on 27th April 2009. Let us hope for the best and pray for good result.

We are continuously working for the Retirees to enhance their pension at every Revision of Scheme and now the Negotiations are on in the Industry and we are also active by submitting our Charter of Demands to the Minister of State for Finance on 4th March 2009 and insisted the Ministry to invite us also to participate in the on going Negotiations. We will continue to fight for our right and in the changed scenerio after the Sixth Pay commission Implementation, Where Pensioners were given due importance, Our fight will be successful.

3 comments:

K.L.BHAGAT said...

If possible, post copy of the circular on the site as often insurance company's local office officials say that they have not received the circular.

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