Saturday, April 28, 2012

Khoda releases Pensioners Journal 2012

Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda nowadays released ‘Pensioners’ Journal 2012’, a helpful document revealed by Central Government Pensioners’ Welfare Association (CGPWA), on the occasion of Annual General Body Meeting (AGM) of the Association held here at Police Officers’ Mess, Gulshan Ground, Gandhi Nagar.

Addressing the gathering, chief guest lauded the efforts being place in by the Association for the welfare of civil society, significantly senior voters and pensioners. He assured full cooperation of J&K Police department in furtherance of Association activities.

Besides Khoda, eighty CGPWA members, an outsized range of special invitees comprising distinguished senior voters and social activists additionally attended the meeting.

Presenting the Annual General Report for the year 2011-12, general secretary of the Association, JK Vaid, informed the house that CGPWA has been accorded nomination to Standing Committee of Voluntary Agencies (SCOVA) by Government of India {and the|and therefore the|and additionally the} annual grant-in aid to the Association has also been enhanced by GoI from Rs sixty,000 to Rs seventy five,000 from 2012-13 FY.

"CGPWA has been notified as Nodal Association for central pensioners of J&K State and is one in all the twenty eight Pensioners’ Associations within the Country to induce such recognition. On the premise of proactive welfare activities and when an exhaustive scrutiny by the Income Tax Department, the Association has been registered as Social Charitable Society u/s 12AA(1)(i) of Income Tax Act, 1961 and additionally the certificate issued qualifying all donations to the Association for Income Tax Rebate u/s 80G (5) of the Income Tax Act, 1961", he said.

President of the Association, SS Wazir, in his welcome address greeted the chief guest, special invitees and therefore the members’ fraternity and briefly touched upon the welfare activities being pursued by the Association.

Patron, CGPWA, VP Sharma, gave an illuminating and well-illustrated power purpose presentation on the subject ‘Himalayan Mountain Chain and its Impact on Water and Food Security’.

Three senior members of the Organisation were additionally honoured on the occasion by the chief guest. RN Sharma was honoured as Sarv Sreshth Vrishth Nagrik on completion of a hundred years older, whereas DN Kotwal and Tara Mani Sharma were honoured with Jeyshth Vrishth Nagrik on attaining and eighty years age.

Copies of Journal were additionally distributed among all the dignitaries.

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