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Flash Message for Pensioners of Canteen Stores Department (CSD)

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Flash Message for Pensioners of Canteen Stores Department (CSD)

Canteen Stores Department, Govt of India, Ministry of Defence, Canteen Stores Department has published the following message for all the pensioners of his department:-

Message:

01/11/2018 ALL THE PENSIONERS OF CANTEEN STORES DEPARTMENT ARE REQUESTED TO SEND THE COPY OF ADHAAR CARD, ADDRESS & TELE/ MOBILE NUMBER TO AGM(ADMN), CSD MUMBAI, IMMEDIATELY.

Contact Details of CSD Mumbai Management:

Chairman, Board Of Administration & General Manager
Fax No. : 2206 8955
Tel. No. (O) : 2201 4279
Email : gm[at]csdindia.gov.in

Vice Chairman, Board Of Administration & Jt. Gen. Manager-I
Fax No. : 6638 2903
Tel. No. (O) : 2201 6267 / 6638 2904
Email : jgm1[at]csdindia.gov.in

Jt. Gen. Manager – II
Fax No. : 6638 2933
Tel. No. (O) : 2208 3468 / 6638 2915
Email : jgm2[at]csdindia.gov.in

Source: CSD Website

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CSD: Tata Car CSD Price list with effect from September 2017

CSD: Tata Car CSD Price list with effect from September 2017

Tata Car CSD Rates – Tata safari, Tata Zest, Tata Sumo, Tata Bolt, Tata Nano, Tata Indica, Tata Indigo and Tata Tiago

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 Tata Car CSD Price list with effect from September 2017 has been published in CSD Official Website. The Canteen Stores Department has released the revised list of CSD rates for all the Tata safari, Tata Zest, Tata Sumo, Tata Bolt, Tata Nano, Tata Indica, Tata Indigo and Tata Tiago available in CSD after the GST is come into effect,. The Price of the Cars should be checked with the respective Dealers for buying selected Cars. These Four-Wheelers CSD Price list revised after the implementation of GST.

These rates will vary by Rs. 10,000/- (approximately) at various places across the country due to transportation charges, transit insurance charges etc. incurred by Car Companies.

The CSD Price List for Tata Car are given below :

Tata Car CSD Price List : Tata safari, Tata Zest, Tata Sumo, Tata Bolt, Tata Nano, Tata Indica, Tata Indigo and Tata Tiago

Sr
No.
Index Nomenclature Depot Selling Price (Rs.) Depot
M/s. TATA MOTORS LTD
1 64558-K Safari Storme Vx 4×2 Refreshed (400 NM) 11,44,302 DELHI
2 64516-A Safari Storme Ex 4×2 Refreshed 10,14,313 DELHI
3 64696-P Safari DICOR 2.2 EX 4×2 MFL 8,81,786 DELHI
4 64595-E Safari Storme Lx 4×2 Refreshed 8,65,086 DELHI
5 64695-L Safari DICOR 2.2 LX 4×2 MFL 7,81,806 DELHI
6 64878-X ZEST XTA QJT 90PS 7,45,038 DELHI
7 64700-T Sumo Gold GX BS IV 6,97,029 DELHI
8 64705-E Sumo Gold EX BS IV 6,40,096 DELHI
9 64611-S ZEST XT QJT 90PS 6,73,430 DELHI
10 64615-A ZEST XMA QJT 90PS 6,70,308 DELHI
11 64707-P Sumo Gold CX – PS BS IV 5,94,661 DELHI
12 64614-X Bolt XT QJT 75PS 6,27,929 DELHI
13 64597-P ZEST XMS QJT 75 PS 6,20,896 DELHI
14 64709-I Sumo Gold CX BS IV 5,79,828 DELHI
15 64599-I ZEST XM QJT 75 PS 5,97,753 DELHI
16 64528-D Bolt XMS QJT 75PS 5,69,639 DELHI
17 64668-K ZEST XT RT 90PS 5,73,896 DELHI
18 64626-A Bolt XM QJT 75PS 5,38,055 DELHI
19 64673-L ZEST XE QJT 75PS 5,32,465 DELHI
20 64669-X Indigo eCS LX CR 5,29,077 DELHI
21 64548-X Bolt XT RT 90PS 5,33,981 DELHI
22 64618-L ZEST XMS RT 90PS 5,23,722 DELHI
23 64598-H Indigo eCS LS CR 5,13,597 DELHI
24 64616-D ZEST XM RT 90PS 5,08,034 DELHI
25 64550-D Bolt XE QJT 75PS 4,98,300 DELHI
26 64552-L Bolt XMS RT 90PS 4,83,317 DELHI
27 64543-H Indica LX eV2 Refresh 2 4,74,573 DELHI
28 64553-P Bolt XM RT 90PS 4,63,127 DELHI
29 64619-P ZEST XE RT 90PS 4,49,521 DELHI
30 64542-P Indica LS eV2 Refresh 2 4,32,757 DELHI
31 64544-Y Bolt XE RT 90PS 4,02,706 DELHI
32 64529-E NANO XE GenX 1,97,455 DELHI
33 64551-E NANO XM CNG 2,48,987 DELHI
34 64748-D NANO XM GenX 2,28,116 DELHI
35 64749-E Nano XMA GenX 2,64,550 DELHI
36 64546-T Nano XT GenX 2,45,558 DELHI
37 64750-L Nano XTA GenX 2,81,542 DELHI
38 64555-Y Tiago XB 1.05 D 3,41,812 DELHI
39 64617-E Tiago XE 1.05 D 3,86,217 DELHI
40 64672-E Tiago XM 1.05 D 4,22,041 DELHI
41 64620-H Tiago XT 1.05 D 4,49,019 DELHI
42 64500-Y Tiago XZ 1.05 D 4,97,118 DELHI
43 64596-L Tiago XB 1.2 P 2,81,498 DELHI
44 64671-D Tiago XE 1.2 P 3,29,808 DELHI
45 64675-H Tiago XM 1.2 P 3,56,647 DELHI
46 64515-X Tiago XT 1.2 P 3,83,500 DELHI

The Tata Car CSD prices are prior to increase in Cess as notified by GST Council on 09 September 2017.

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CSD: Volkswagen Car CSD Price list with effect from September 2017

CSD: Volkswagen Car CSD Price list with effect from September 2017

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Volkswagen Car CSD Rates – Post GST Price for Polo, Vento and Ameo

Volkswagen Car CSD Price list with effect from September 2017 has been published in CSD Official Website. The Canteen Stores Department has released the revised list of CSD rates for all the Polo, Vento and Ameo available in CSD after the GST is come into effect,. The Price of the Cars should be checked with the respective Dealers for buying selected Cars. These Four-Wheelers CSD Price list revised after the implementation of GST.

 

These rates will vary by Rs. 10,000/- (approximately) at various places across the country due to transportation charges, transit insurance charges etc. incurred by Car Companies.

 

The CSD Price List for Volkswagen Car are given below :

Volkswagen Car CSD Price List for Polo, Vento and Ameo

Sr No. Index Nomenclature Depot Selling Price (Rs.) Depot
M/s Volkswagen Group Sales India Pvt. Ltd.
1 64302-I Volkswagen Polo 1.2 L (Petrol) Trendline( M) 4,82,042 DELHI
2 64250-K Volkswagen Polo 1.2L (Petrol) Comfortline (M) 5,41,883 DELHI
3 64251-X Volkswagen Polo 1.2L (Petrol) Highline 6,12,276 DELHI
4 64249-T Volkswagen Polo 1.2L (petrol) GT Tsi Automatic 8,13,545 DELHI
5 64253-D Volkswagen Polo 1.5L (Diesel) Comfortline (M) 6,95,635 DELHI
6 64254-E Volkswagen Polo 1.5L (Diesel) Highline 7,48,448 DELHI
7 64261-L Volkswagen Polo 1.6L( Petrol) Highline
8 64266-L Volkswagen AMEO 1.2 L( Petrol) Trendline(M) 4,94,645 DELHI
9 64262-X Volkswagen AMEO 1.2 L( Petrol) Comfortline(M) 5,42,993 DELHI
10 64267-P Volkswagen AMEO 1.2 L ( Petrol) Highline 6,33,423 DELHI
11 64301-H Volkswagen Ameo 1.5L(Diesel) Comfortline(M) 6,99,834 DELHI
12 64727-E Volkswagen Ameo 1.5L(Diesel) Comfortline Automatic(M) 8,16,885 DELHI
13 64255-L Volkswagen Ameo 1.5L(Diesel) Highline 7,45,757 DELHI
14 64271-T Volkswagen Ameo 1.5L(Diesel) Highline Automatic 8,80,569 DELHI
15 64258-I Volkswagen Vento 1.6L (Petrol) Comfortline (M) 8,00,392 DELHI
16 64263-A Volkswagen Vento 1.2 L (Petrol) Comfortline AT 9,25,898 DELHI
17 64264-D Volkswagen Vento 1.6L(Petrol) Highline MT 8,71,996 DELHI
18 64270-S Volkswagen Vento 1.6 L(Petrol )HL Plus MT 9,65,274 DELHI
19 64268-H Volkswagen Vento 1.2 L (Petrol) Tsi HL Automatic 10,12,72 DELHI
20 64257-H Volkswagen Vento HL 1.2 L(Petrol) Tsi Plus Petrol ( AT) 11,05,636 DELHI
21 64252-A Volkswagen Vento 1.5L(Diesel) Comfortline(M) 9,42,018 DELHI
22 64303-S Volkswagen Vento 1.5L(Diesel) Comfortline AT 10,51,350 DELHI
23 64269-I Volkswagen Vento 1.5L(Diesel) Highline 10,21,166 DELHI
24 64272-K Volkswagen Vento 1.5 L( Diesel) HL Plus MT 11,14,261 DELHI
25 64265-E Volkswagen Vento 1.5L (Diesel) Highline AT 11,35,026 DELHI
26 64256-P Volkswagen Vento 1.5 L( Diesel) HL Plus AT 12,28,122 DELHI

 

The Volkswagen Polo, Vento and Ameo Car CSD prices are prior to increase in Cess as notified by GST Council on 09 September 2017.

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Canteen Stores Department (CSD) go with online soon

Canteen Stores Department (CSD) go with online soon

India’s largest retail network, the Canteen Stores Department (CSD) which supplies goods at concessional rates to defence personnel from the Army, Navy and Air Force is planning a makeover, according to a Times of India report.

The retailer is planning to go online, with the entire range of white goods brands available on the CSD website. Customers can select and make online payment directly to the white goods company via internet banking.

Aside from expanding its depots, the retailer is also looking at putting in place systems that will allow customers to purchase the latest goods with no time lag.

Also, the documents needed for purchases will soon be made online. The main objective of the move is to ensure its 1.2 crore cardholders get to purchase the latest fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) on the same day that they are stocked on the canteen’s retail shelves.

Instead of two board meetings in a year, the retailer is planning to have six meetings for faster clearance of new product introductions.

“We are already in talks with leading FMCG companies like Hindustan Unilever and Procter & Gamble to ensure our customers get to sample their products as soon as they are launched,” Air Vice-Marshal M Baladitya, chairman, board of administration and general manager of CSD told TOI exclusively.

Baladitya is hopeful of carrying out the changes by Diwali this year.

Also, CSD is talking to leading consumer durable makers to smoothen the process on white goods.

First started in 1921 for British troops, CSD is now planning to expand depots in places such as Bhubaneswar (Orissa), Danapar (Bihar) and Himachal Pradesh. Currently, CSD has 34 depots and 4,500 outlets.

As per the report, major contributors to CSD’s sales are toiletries (around Rs 4,500 crore), white goods and cars (around Rs 4,000 crore), packaged foods and supplements (Rs 3,500 crore), liquor (Rs 3,000 crore) and other household goods & luggage (around Rs 3,000 crore).

From a turnover of Rs 48 lakh in 1948, CSD comes all the way and had Rs 17,000 crore turnover in 2016-17.

Via : timesnownews.com

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CSD Canteen FAQ

Canteen Stores Department

Canteen Facilities to Defence Personnel, Ex-servicemen

 CSD Canteen: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q1 Do I have to pay any penalty for making new Smart Card after I have lost the old Card? 

A1  (a) Penalties on Loss of Smart Cards Yes, In case of loss of Canteen  Smart  Card (Grocery/Liquor) by an individual following penalties will be levied in addition to costs of Smart Card and penalty amount will be merged with the URC profit :-

 

Loss/Card Liquor Grocery
First Time Rs. 500/- Rs. 500/-
Second and subsequent Time Rs. 1000/- Rs. 1000/-

Note. Chairman of the URC may wave off the Penalty depending upon the genuineness of the loss, in exceptional cases. 

 

(b) There have been few cases of misuse of lost Smart cards. Therefore, loss of Canteen Smart Card is being dealt with strictly. In addition to person applying afresh for the card and giving wrong details, responsible scrutinizing staff/ countersigning authority will also be held accountable for wrong details in application for fresh Individual Smart Card.

Q2. Why restrictions are laid by some URCs on entry as well as issue of items to authorized persons?

A2. Misuse of canteen facilities is detrimental to the welfare of the genuine buyers. This needs to be curbed. Sometimes temporary restrictions are also put on place due to short supply of certain items or excess purchase of certain items by customers during particular season. The responsibility to manage the available inventory as also to curb misuse of facility, lies with the Chairman of URCs. In order to streamline and further refine the procedures, following is being implemented:-

 

(a) No Bulk Purchases by Individuals. No bulk purchases by an individual are permitted. URCs can lay down restrictions at local level to ensure the same. However, all bulk purchases, if valid reasons necessitate, will be supported by one time use written permission of the Chairman of URC.

 

(b) Strict check on entry and allowing only authorized persons to avail canteen facilities. Entry into any URC will be purely Smart Card based by personal appearance.

Q3 . What are orders on the issue of liquor?

A3 Liquor Quota. There is no change in liquor authorization. However, it is limited as per brand/type for better planning and control over quality & quantity. As such, following restrictions are presently enforced:-

 

(i) Officers. Scotch whisky permitted up to 50% of total entitlement.

(ii) JCOs & Eqvl. Not more than three Whisky bottles including one Scotch Whisky of the entitlement.

(iii) Others. Not more than two Whisky bottles including one Scotch Whisky of the entitlement.

Note. This restriction will be revised by the DDGCS from time to time as per requirement, availability of funds and stock position.

Q4 What is the entitlement for purchase of car?

A4 Four Wheelers(Car). An entitled person based on his purchasing power will be entitled to purchase first or subsequent car only after years and up to capacity as mentioned below:-

(a) Officers (Incl Retd) – Four years and upto 2500 cc capacity.

(b) JCOs/Eqvl granted Hony Commission (lncl Retd) – Seven years and upto 1500 cc capacity

(c) JCOs/OR & Eqvl (Incl Retd) – Once while in service and once after retirement up to 1400cc capacity.

Q5. Is there a minimum service limit for purchase of car by JCOs/ OR?

A5. Yes, A JCO/ OR should have rendered min 15 years of color service to apply for a car.

Q6. What are restrictions on purchase of a 2-Wheeler?

A6 All categories (Incl Retd) can buy a 2- wheeler after every three years. .

Q7. Is there any restriction on AFD items?

A7. AFD Items like Refrigerator, TV, Washing Machine etc can be purchased after every three years by all categories.

Note: Control Over AFD Items will be reviewed from time to time as per requirement, availability of stores and budgetary situation of CSD.

Q9. What are the orders for entry into a URC?

A9. Entry into any URC will be purely Smart Card based by personal appearance. In case a particular Offr/JCO/OR/Equivalent is unable to present himself personally due to valid reasons like old age or acute medical problem, a permission, signed by the Chairman/ CO/OC of the unit/ establishment running the URC must accompany the Smart Card with photo of the authorized person carrying it. Validity period and genuineness of requirement of such permission will be decided by the Chairman of the URC on case to case basis.

 

Source: http://indianarmy.gov.in/

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CSD Purchase Entitlement for Car, Bike, TV, WM and Refrigerator – CSD Guidelines on June 2015

CSD Purchase Entitlement for Car, Bike, TV, WM and Refrigerator – CSD Guidelines on June 2015

GUIDELINES FOR PURCHASE OF FOUR / TWO WHEELERS & OTHER AFD-I ITEMS

ENTITLEMENT FOR FOUR WHEELERS:

PURCHASE OF FOUR  TWO WHEELERS CSD

Entitlement for AFD-I items other than car (refrigerator, tv, w/machine, two wheelers etc.)

For all categories after every three years.

Procedure for purchase of four wheelers:

  • Customer who wishes to purchase four wheelers through CSD must obtain sanction from the office of Deputy Director General Canteen Services (DDGCS), QMG Branch, New Delhi in the prescribed application form.
  • Obtain availability certificate from the dealer.
  • On receipt of approval letter from DDGCS, QMG Branch New Delhi submit prescribed application (CSD Depot Indent form) at the concerned depot alongwith availability certificate and payment in the form of DD or RTGS/NEFT.

Other documents required at the depot for verification in addition to copy of car sanction letter from DDGCS, QMG Branch.

  • CSD depot indent form duly countersigned by Commanding Officer of the unit for serving personnel or by Station Commander or Dy Director of Zila Sainik Board for Ex-Servicemen.
  • Car sanction letter from DDGCS office, QMG Branch.
  • Copy of PAN card/ Form 16.
  • Copy of driving license (relaxable for retired PBORs & Senior citizens)
  • Certified copy of paybook bearing entry with regard to purchase of car (applicable only for serving JCOs/OR and equivalents).
  • Certificate from the CO/OC of Unit confirming that financial position of the applicant allows to purchase a car (applicable only for serving JCOs/OR and equivalents).
  • PPO/Discharge book/Release Order (for ESM).
  • Any other document as prescribed under the respective State Govt. notification.This is essential since State Govts while extending VAT relaxation prescribe specific documents to be submitted.
  • Address proof.

Procedure for purchase of two wheelers & other AFD I items:

Entitled customer can purchase the items from CSD depots on submission of prescribed application form duly filled in alongwith payment either by DD or RTGS/NEFT. No prior sanction is required for two wheelers and other AFD I items from QMG’s Branch.

Miscellaneous points

  • DD to be drawn in favour of “Canteen Stores Department, Public Fund Account (Main) from any nationalized bank payable at the station of CSD depot. Prior to making the bank draft latest rates should be confirmed from the concerned depot/ dealer as these are subject to change. For approximate rates please go to product search on the Home Page of this website.
  • On submission of application and payment, concerned depot will release documents such as OR, Sale letter, Supply Order, Authority letter etc.
  • These documents have to be submitted to the concerned dealer for effecting delivery of the item.
  • Payment for registration and insurance will be made to the dealer and not to CSD depot.
  • For additional accessories, customer has to bear the expenses.
  • In case a vehicle has a waiting list in the civil market, the same should be booked with a dealer who is affiliated with CSD, with minimum booking amount as decided by the manufacturer. Full payment can be made with CSD depot once the vehicle is available and the dealer issues an availability certificate. Advance booking of the vehicle with the civil dealer will be governed by the rules as promulgated by the manufacturer/dealer. This will save unnecessary blockage of funds.
  • No payment is to be made on account of CSD handling charges/ logistic charges
    etc. to the dealer.
  • Price will be charged as applicable at the time of delivery of item.
  • No interest will be paid by CSD or by the dealer for late delivery of the vehicle.
  • Business hours of CSD depots vary so please contact CSD depot concerned to ascertain transaction timings.
  • No transactions are entertained on Sundays and Holidays.

Authority: www.csdindia.gov.in

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Details of benefits provided to the civilians working in the Defence sector

Details of benefits provided to the civilians working in the Defence sector are annexed.

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Defence

19-December-2014

Civilians Working in Defence Sector

Details of benefits provided to the civilians working in the Defence sector are annexed.
From time to time Defence Civilian employees have been raising the demands that they should be granted Field Area allowance and Modified Field Area allowance as applicable to the Service Personnel and for providing other allowances like Aeronautical Technical Allowance, Airworthiness Certificate Allowance, Flight Charge Certificate Allowance etc. at par with technical defence personnel. It has not been found feasible to accept these demands as the job requirements and service conditions of Service Personnel and Defence Civilian employees are totally different.
In addition to pay and allowances, civilians working in the Defence Establishments located in Field Areas / Modified Field Areas are granted the concessions / allowances as under:

(I) Field Service Concessions in Field Areas (except static units):

(a) Free rations on scale applicable to combatants of the Army or Air Force, as the case may be, and fuel.

(b) Free tented / basha accommodation and connected service to the extent possible.

(c) Free clothing on minimum scale of Army Personnel if the Corps Commander / AOC-in-C Air Force Command considers the issue of such clothing essential for operational reasons.

(d) Free remittance of family allotments.

(e) Free medical treatment and hospital treatment.

(f) Wound / injury or family pension or gratuity revised from time to time, as the case may be, or compensation under the Workmen’s Compensation Act where applicable.

(g) 2 postage free Forces letters per individual per week.

(h) Remittance within Indian limits of money orders and Indian Postal orders free of Commission upto maximum value of Rs.30/- per month per individual.

(i) Retention of family accommodation allotted by Government at the old duty station on payment of normal rent. If the accommodation retained is required to be allotted to another entitled personnel for exigencies of service, the families may be shifted to an alternative accommodation whether appropriate or inferior to the status of the individual concerned.

(II) Field Service Concessions in Modified Field Areas (except static units):

(a) Free remittance of family allotments.

(b) 2 postage free Forces letters per individual per week.

(c) Remittance within Indian limits of money orders and Indian Postal Orders free of Commission upto maximum value of Rs.30/- per month per individual.

(d) Retention of family accommodation allotted by Government at the old duty station on payment of normal rent. If the accommodation retained is required to be allotted to another entitled personnel for exigencies of service, the families may be shifted to an alternative accommodation whether appropriate or inferior to the status of the individual concerned.

(III) Special Duty Allowance in the North Eastern Region.

(IV) Remote Locality Allowance with certain restrictions.

(V) House Rent Allowance in Field Areas in certain conditions.

(VI) House Rent Allowance in Modified Field Areas in certain conditions.
Defence Civilian employees are also provided Canteen Stores Department (CSD) facilities.

This information was given by Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar in a written reply to Dr. Ratna De (Nag) in Lok Sabha today.

Source- PIB

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Ceiling limit for purchasing goods in CSD canteens

Ceiling limit for purchasing goods in CSD canteens

 

Yes, there is ceiling for purchasing grocery items in CSD Canteens for all categories card holders.

 

Canteen Stores Department (CSD) Canteens, which is familiar to known as Military Canteens, every card holder can only purchase within the limit and minimum of Rs.3500 per month. This topic discussed in Parliament today, Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar said in a written reply to a question regarding this subject as follows…

 

“Ceiling for purchasing goods in military canteens has been prescribed taking into account the budgetary allocation to the Canteen Stores Department (CSD) by the Government, actual need / requirement of the individual and their purchasing power. For ceiling purpose the officials have been divided into 5 categories as mentioned under :-

 

Rank Category – Grocery Limit – Firm Limit – Liquor Limit 

(i) Lt Gen & above & equivalent 7,500 – 95,000 – 14

(ii) Brig to Maj Gen & equivalent 7,500 – 95,000 – 12

(iii) Lt to Col & equivalent 7,500 – 95,000 – 10

(iv) JCOs & equivalent 5,000 – 65,000 – 07

(v) Sep to Hav & equivalent 3,500 – 40,000 – 05

 

The ceiling was revised on 21st August 2006 and again on 27th October 2008 to be effective from 1st January 2009. At present no change in the ceiling limit is proposed.

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Canteen Stores Department (CSD) facility is applicable to serving and retired personnel of Defence Forces and not to Para-Military

Canteen Stores Department (CSD) facility is applicable to serving and retired personnel of Defence Forces and not to Para-Military

 

Hon’ble Member Shri Bashistha Narain Singh asked in Parliament yesterday about the eligibility of CSD Canteen facility for retired Para Military (CAPF) Personnel in Rohru and he also questioned that any proposal to open CSD Canteens in Rohru, Shimla(HP) .

 

The Minister of State for Home Affairs Shri Kiren Rijiju replied in written form in Parliament as follows…

 

Canteen Stores Department (CSD) facility is applicable to serving and retired personnel of Defence Forces and not to Para-Military [now Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs)] personnel.

However, on the lines of CSD, the government has launched a Central Police Canteen (CPC) System on 18/09/2006 for the serving/retired CAPF personnel and their families.

 

As on date, in Himachal Pradesh, 02 Master Canteens (MCs) and 17 Subsidiary Canteens (SCs) are functioning. Out of these, 01 Master Canteen and 08 Subsidiary Canteens are functioning in the Shimla District. All serving/retired CAPF personnel and their families can avail CPC facilities from any CPC”.

 

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