Pakistan Post to start debit card service for Pensioners

Latest News

All the resigned government workers from Pakistan Post will get a platinum card one month from now to get their annuities consistently. Retired people will be given a card on December 25, which will empower them to pull back their benefits’ cash from any Automated teller machine (ATM).

An authority of Pakistan Post stated, “This administration will help support the income for the post other than distinguishing and catch the ‘Apparition Pensioners’ of the office.”

This is an extraordinary activity as it would address every one of the grievances from the old retired people, who were tired of the present framework. This administration would not just enable the beneficiaries to pull back their money from any place they need yet, in addition, it would be a moment. The annuities will be moved to the records of retired people in an extremely brief timeframe.

“It was a long-standing issue as retired people in their mature age needed to remain in long lines to gather their annuities from the post workplaces”, the authority included.

Pakistan Post official gave every one of the credits to the Federal Minister for Communications and Postal Services, Mr. Murad Saeed. He said that the pastor himself checked out giving offices to the resigned workers and end the phantom beneficiaries.

He said that the Murad Saeed accepts that the office ought to encourage old workers who gave for their entire lives in the administration of the division.

The old beneficiaries valued this activity by the administration, Muhammad Hakeem and Abdul Hameed the two retired people of Pakistan Post said that this office would spare their vitality from heading off to the mail station each month to get their annuities. They said that the present framework makes them remain in long lines however the platinum card would assist them with avoiding it.

The program to dispatch the check card administration for the retired people was declared by Murad Saeed in October this year on the event of 145th World Post Day.

FRQ

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *