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SHIMLA,  9th August, 2010(Bharatsandesh News)  Annual Accounts Statements of GPF for the year 2009-10 of H.P. Government employees have been delivered/despatched to the respective Drawing & Disbursing Officers in the State for distribution amongst the subscribers working under them according to Accountant General Accounts and Entitlement, Himachal Pradesh.

He has requested subscribers to obtain their Annual Account Statements from the respective Drawing and Disbursing Officers and examine them thoroughly. They should confirm that the balances shown therein are correct. Discrepancies if any should be pointed out  to the office of the Accountant General (A&E) Himachal Pradesh, Shimla. Full particulars of such missing credits/debits should be sent to the Accountant General (A&E) Himachal Pradesh, Shimla duly certified by their Drawing and Disbursing Officers by the end of September, 2010.

GPF subscribers who have not filed their nomination or who want to change their previous nominations have also been  advised to do so promptly in their own interest through their DDOs keeping in view the Rule 5 and Rule 2 (c)(i)(ii) of GPF (Central Services) Rules, 1960, the AG added.

 
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