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98.38 Lakh Employees benefitted through PMRPY

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Ministry of Labour & Employment
98.38 Lakh Employees benefitted through PMRPY

07 JAN 2019

Pradhan Mantri Rojgar Protsahan Yojana (PMRPY) was launched on 9th August, 2016 with the objective to incentivise employers for creation of employment. Under the scheme, Government of India is paying Employer’s full contribution i.e. 12% towards EPF and EPS both (as admissible from time to time) w.e.f. 01.04.2018 for a period of three years to the new employees and to the existing beneficiaries for their remaining period of three years through EPFO.  The terminal date for registration of beneficiary through establishment is 31st March, 2019.The scheme is targeted for employees earning upto Rs. 15,000 per month. This scheme has a dual benefit, where, on the one hand, the employer is incentivised for increasing the employment base of workers in the establishment, and on the other hand, these workers will have access to social security benefits of the organized sector. Number of Employees and Establishments benefitted as on 31.12.2018 is 98.38 lakh and 1.21 lakh respectively. State-wise employees, establishment benefited and amount of subsidy disbursed is at Annexure.

Annexure

Details from PMRPY Portal from inception till 31-Dec- 2018

State No. Of Establishment Benefited During Period 01-Apr-2016 to 31-Dec-2018 No. Of Employees Benefited During Period 01-Apr-2016 to 31-Dec-2018 Subsidy Amount Disbursed During Period 01-Apr-2016 to 31-Dec-2018
ANDHRA PRADESH 8646 780535 2422534115
ASSAM 365 8258 27780925
BIHAR 737 105355 474851209
CHANDIGARH 3612 155769 548215125
CHHATTISGARH 2473 102987 359170624
DELHI 5570 628772 2137927962
GOA 352 15343 42488134
GUJARAT 11763 857175 2748520825
HARYANA 7067 823757 2633467270
HIMACHAL PRADESH 2565 110997 340391679
JHARKHAND 1110 46635 133283018
KARNATAKA 7853 963140 3471298051
KERALA 3567 165120 892195708
MADHYA PRADESH 4548 282474 1040402671
MAHARASHTRA 14193 1746468 5470612241
ODISHA 2169 110975 358483871
PUNJAB 4760 161869 626154768
RAJASTHAN 7601 376834 1029095730
TAMIL NADU 13527 1177433 3816056107
UTTAR PRADESH 12556 689057 2528746729
UTTARAKHAND 2491 243977 642416319
WEST BENGAL 3825 285416 787598144
121350 9838346 32531691225

This information was given by Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar Union Minister of State (I/C) for Labour and Employment in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

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Employees Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995, a minimum pension of Rs. 1,000/- per month has been prescribed with effect from 01.09.2014 for the pensioners under Employees Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995.

Ministry of Labour & Employment
Minimum Pension

17 DEC 2018

As regards Employees Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995, a minimum pension of Rs. 1,000/- per month has been prescribed with effect from 01.09.2014 for the pensioners under Employees Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995.

In the case of Atal Pension Yojana (APY), depending upon the pension plan selected, each subscriber under APY shall receive a guaranteed minimum pension of Rs. 1000 per month or Rs. 2000 per month or Rs. 3000 per month or Rs. 4000 per month or Rs. 5000 per month, after the age of 60 years until his/her death. If the actual returns during the accumulation phase are higher than the assumed returns for minimum guaranteed pension, such excess will be passed on to the subscriber. As such, the minimum pension depending upon the pension plan selected by the subscriber is fixed under the APY. Under National Pension System (NPS), there is no ceiling fixed for minimum pension.

Further, a High-Empowered Monitoring Committee has been constituted for complete evaluation and review of the EPS, 1995.

There is no provision for Dearness Allowance in EPS, 1995, as it is a self-funded scheme with fixed contributions. Further, Dearness Allowance is not applicable under NPS and APY as the pension under both depends upon the accumulated corpus at the time of exit which is market linked.

This information was given by Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar Union Minister of State (I/C) for Labour and Employment in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

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Government takes steps to generate Employment Opportunities

Government takes steps to generate Employment Opportunities

Government has taken various steps for generating employment in the country like encouraging private sector of economy, fast tracking various projects involving substantial investment and increasing public expenditure on schemes like Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) run by Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGA), Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana (DDU-GKY) run by Ministry of Rural Development and National Urban Livelihoods Mission (NULM) run by Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation.

In order to improve the employability of youth, around 20 Ministries run skill development schemes across 70 sectors. According to the data compiled by Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, the number of persons skilled across various sectors during 2015-16 were 1.04 crore.

Government has implemented the National Career Service (NCS) Project comprises a digital portal which provides a nation-wide online platform for jobseekers and employers for job matching in a dynamic, efficient and responsive manner and has a repository of career content.

A new Scheme Pradhan Mantri Rojgar Protsahan Yojana (PMRPY) has been initiated by the Ministry of Labour and Employment in the year 2016-17 for incentivising industry for promoting employment generation with the allocation of Rs. 1000 crore. Under this scheme employers would be provided an incentive to enhance employment where the Government will pay the employer’s contribution of 8.33% EPS for new employees. In textiles (apparel and made-ups) sector, the Government will also pay the 3.67% EPF contribution of employers in addition to paying the 8.33% EPS contribution. Government announced a booster package of Rs. 6000 crores for the textile sector which is an employment intensive sector.

This information was given by Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, the Minister of State (IC) for Labour and Employment, in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha today.

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EPFO plans to hike minimum pension to Rs.2k

EPFO plans to hike minimum pension to Rs.2k

The Employees Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) is considering an option to double the minimum pension amount to Rs.2,000. The financial implications of the move are being measured. There were plans to announce the decision before the strike of central trade unions on September 2. However, sources said, the move might have been held back for a rethink on the financial impact in case of hike in pension.

It started when revised actuarial calculations showed that there was a marginal surplus in the pension fund. EPFO caters to the pension of private sector employees and some PSUs. On the basis of the surplus, it was earlier planned to either increase the pension marginally, taking it to Rs.1,250 or provide a one-time benefit. There was also a pending demand to hike the pension to Rs.3,000 a month. This led to the option of hiking the pension to at least Rs.2,000 a month being considered, said a source. There are around 20 lakh pensioners who get the minimum amount of Rs.1,000 at present.

However, the ministry of finance has to be taken into confidence before initiating such a move, said a source. The gap is filled by MoF even for paying Rs.1,000 as minimum pension. This comes to around Rs.1,000 crore a year which is given on piecemeal basis. Once the pension is hiked, the impact will be more. Though the idea has not been entirely shelved, a rethink is under way, said a source.

Meanwhile, the Employees Pension Scheme (1995) Coordination Committee, an association of retired employees, has demanded that government should merge the National Pension Scheme (NPS) with EPS. The former is a contributory pension scheme applicable to government employees having joined service after 2004. “The association argues that since returns on NPS are based on returns on investment which are uncertain, EPS should be preferred. This is because EPS at least guarantees a minimum pension,” said Prakash Pathak, general secretary of the coordination committee.

The coordination committee has been lobbying for implementation of the Bhagatsingh Koshiari Committee recommendations which call for taking the minimum pension to Rs.3,000 and also adding dearness allowance to it. The committee’s recommendations also call for adding a health benefit, said Pathak.

The recommendations have been lying with the government since 2013 for want of a decision. Our association has been taking up the issue at various fora, said Pathak.

Souce : TOI

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Clean up the employees pension scheme

Clean up the employees’ pension scheme

Though a majority of organised workers are covered under the Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS) 1995, there is still very low transparency level. Many readers might not have even heard about it because EPS is not a separate scheme. It is just an add-on to the Employee Provident Fund (EPF) scheme and all EPF members also automatically become EPS members.

The EPS is plagued with several problems. First, the pension provided by it is very low (i.e. minimum pension under EPS scheme now is only Rs 1,000 per month). As per the current structure, pension is fixed based on the formula given below: Average salary for the last 5 years x No of years completed in service 70 All EPF members are eligible for pension after 10 years of contribution to EPS. The pension from EPS is low because the contribution is also low. At present, employees don’t contribute towards EPS. The employer contributes 8.33% of salary ( i .e. basic + Dearness Allowance) towards EPS, the definition of salary here is restricted to Rs 15,000 for employees whose salary (i.e. basic + DA) is above this limit.So for them, the EPS contribution will be restricted to Rs 1,250 per month or Rs 15,000 per annum.

The Rs 15,000 restriction comes at the time of pension calculation as well. If your salary (basic + DA) is above that, pension will be computed only on Rs 15,000. So the maximum pension one can get now (assuming 35 year service) is Rs 7,500.There are reports about EPFO (Employees Provident Fund Organisation) allowing members to contribute more voluntarily to the EPS for getting enhanced benefits after retirement. However, EPS subscribers will be ready to increase their contribution only if the pension is based on the contribution made by the employee throughout the period and not on the number of years last drawn salary . Second, this small pension from EPS (i.e. placed now between Rs 1,000 and Rs 7,500), is not inflation linked like pension for government employees, who joined service before 2004. Since the cost of living increases due to inflation, this “small pension“ now will become “smaller“ in later years.

Third, while employees are complaining about low pension from EPS, the scheme is battling huge deficit. This is because there is no direct linkage between the contribution made by employees and the pension received by them. As of now, EPS is working on the base of new contribution -i.e. contribution from new employees are used to pay the pension for retired ones.Though this may be sustainable for some time because of the demographic dividend in India (i.e. large number of youngsters getting into work force compared to few retired ones), this will not be sustainable in long term. This is because of the expected demographic profile change and the change in employment structure (i.e. more and more companies are hiring people on contract, so they may be outside the EPS ambit). Government doesn’t reveal actuarial valuation of pension liabilities from EPS on regular basis, so only estimates are available on its deficit figures -assumed to be more than Rs 50,000 crore.In addition to cleaning up this mess, government should also release this deficit on regular basis, at least on annual basis, for the sake of transparency .

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Ceiling for Pensionable Salary

Ceiling for Pensionable Salary

 

As per Para 12(1) of the Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995, a member shall be entitled to:

(a) Superannuation pension if he has rendered eligible service of 10 years or more and retired on attaining the age of 58 years.

(b) Early pension, if he has rendered eligible service of 10 years or more and retired or otherwise ceases to be in the employment before attaining the age of 58 years.

In such cases, the amount of pension shall be reduced at the rate of 4 per cent for every year the age falls short of 58 years.

This information was given by Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, the Minister of State (IC) for Labour and Employment, in reply to a question in Lok Sabha today.

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Provision of Minimum Pension of Rs.1000 per month the Pensioners under the Employees Pension Scheme 1995

Provision of Minimum Pension of Rs.1000 per month the Pensioners under the Employees Pension Scheme 1995 

Office Of the Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (Central Command)
Cariappa Road, Cantt., Lucknow, Pin code – 226002

No.PT/3088/CGDA/Vol-VI

Date: 19-05-2016

To,

1. The Area Accounts Office (CC) Allahabad
2. The Area Accounts Office (CC) Kanpur
3. The Officer in-Charge Pay-I/II/III & Store Audit (Local)

Sub: Provision of Minimum Pension of Rs.1000 per month the Pensioners under the Employees Pension Scheme 1995 – publicity of.

Ref: HQr Office letter No.AT/V/DAD/15001/EPS-1995 dated 10-05-2016.

Please find enclosed a copy of Ministry of Defence. D (Civ-II) Section ID No.20(1)/2016/D (civ-II) dated 01-04-2016 received from HQr office regarding the subject matter is forwarded herewith for your information and necessary action please.

Encl: As above

sd/-
ACDA(PT)

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Office of the Controller General Of Defence Accounts
Ulan Batar Road, Palam, Delhi Cantt. – 110010

No.AT/V/DAD/15001/EPS – 1995

Dated: 06-05-2016

To

All PCDAs/CDAs
PCDA(CC)Lucknow

Sub: Provision of Minimum Pension of Rs.1000 Per month the pensioners under the Employees pension Scheme 1995 – publicity of.

Please find enclosed a copy of Ministry of Defence, D (Civ-II) Section ID No.20(1)/2016/D (Civ-II) dated 01.04.2016 on the above mentioned subject is forwarded herewith for information and necessary action please.

Encls: As stated above.

sd/-
Rajesh Sharm
S.A.O. (AT/P)

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Ministry Of Defence
D(Civ-II) section

Subject: Provision of Minimum Pension of Rs.1000 Per month the Pensioners under the Employees Pension Scheme, 1995 – publicity of

The Employees Provident Funds & Misc Provision (EPF&MP) Act gives the framework for operating three important social security schemes for the workers of the country. These Schemes are (i) The Employees Provident Funds (EPF) Scheme 1952; (ii) The Employees Pension Scheme (EPS) 1995; and (iii) The Employees Deposit Linked Insurance (EDLI) Scheme, 1976. Under the provisions of the Employees pension scheme, 1995, pension security is provided for the employees who joined on or after 16.11.1995. In order to provide a bare minimum amount as pension which may help towards social security of EPS Pensioners, the Govt had started providing a minimum pension of Rs.1000/- p.m. to the pensioners under the scheme initially form 1.9.2014 for the year 2014-15.

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(Gurdeep Singh)
Under Secretary

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Ministry Of Defence (Finance)
DAD – Coord

Room No.24-A, south Block, New Delhi

Sub: Provision of Minimum Pension of Rs.1000 Per month the Pensioners under the Employees Pension Scheme, 1995 – publicity of.

A copy of Ministry of Defence D(Civ-II) Id bearing No.20(1)/2016/D(Civ-II) dated 01.04.2016 on the above mentioned subject is forwarded herewithfor information and necessary action please.

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(Rajesh Kalia)
SO (DAD Coord)

Source: http://pcdacc.gov.in/

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Minimum Pension – Ministry of Labour & Employment

Minimum Pension

The Government has notified a minimum pension of Rs. 1000/- per month to the pensioners under Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995 vide Notification No. G.S.R. 593 (E), dated 19th August, 2014 effective from 01.09.2014 for the year 2014-15 which is continued beyond March, 2015 without any break.

However, no proposal is under consideration of the Government at present for providing inflation-linked Dearness Allowance (DA) to pensioners of EPS, 1995. The issue of index-linking of pension by fully neutralizing inflation was considered by the Expert Committee constituted by the Government in the year 2009 for review of EPS, 1995 and the same was found not feasible in the case of a funded scheme like EPS, 1995 wherein the contribution of the employer and Government is at a fixed rate of 8.33 per cent and 1.16 per cent respectively. Therefore, the value of benefits cannot be left open-ended by linking it with inflation which is variable.

This information given by Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, the Minister of State (IC) for Labour and Employment, in reply to a question in Rajya Sabha today.

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EPS pensioners assured of minimum pension of Rs. 1000 per month

EPS pensioners assured of minimum pension of Rs. 1000 per month

Press Information Bureau,
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment

12-May, 2015

EPS pensioners assured of minimum pension of Rs. 1000 per month

EPFO settles 11.77 lakh claims in April 2015: 77% of EPF claims settled within 10 days.

The Employees Provident Fund Organisation(EPFO) has settled 11.77 lakh claims were settled in the month of April itself. This fact emerged while reviewing the performance of EPFO in the first month of the new financial year 2015-16. According to Shri K.K. Jalan, CPFC showing an improvement in the time taken for settlement, 48% of the claims were settled within 03 days and 77% were settled within 10 days. More than 15 crore annual accounts were updated in the first two working days of the financial year which is a historical first and this was made possible by the adoption of new updated software by the organization.

A decision was also taken regarding continuation of minimum pension of Rs 1000 to the pensioners of EPS, 1995 on a perpetual basis. This move is expected to benefit more than 19 lakh pensioners who would otherwise draw less than Rs. 1000 as pension under EPS, 1995.

Grievance redressal continued to be given top most priority. More than 14,000 grievances were settled in the month of April leaving a balance of 3,354 grievances pending. Of these more than three-fourths were pending for less than 15 days. As grievance monitoring is being done at the highest level in the government under PRAGATI programme, comprehensive guidelines were also issued to further minimize the number of pending grievances.

A conference of the ten Zonal Addl. CPFCs also took place in last month. Several important decisions directly affecting the working of the organization were taken. Top priority is to be accorded to activation of UAN and also to activate e-life certificate, “Jeevan Praman Patra” for EPS pensioners.Use of e-governance tools has to be adopted in all functional areas including compliance management. This would help the organization in better monitoring and also foster a conducive compliance environment It was also decided to initiate efforts for making the members’ passbook on the portal, available in vernacular languages also, for the benefit and convenience of the PF subscribers.

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Increasing Pension Limits Under Employees Pension Scheme

Increasing Pension Limits Under Employees Pension Scheme

Ministry of Labour & Employment

09-March, 2015 15:00 IST

The Government is not considering to enhance the age limit for Employees Pension Scheme (EPS).The Pension implementation Committee (PIC) has recommended to increase the short service pension entitlement age from 50 years to 55 years. The proposal is under consideration of the Central Board of Trustees (CBT),Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF).The proposal, if accepted is likely to decrease the reduction of pension due to short service.

This was stated by Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, the Minister of State(IC) for Labour and Employment in response to a written question in Lok Sabha today.

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New policy for pension holders

New policy for pension holders

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
RAJYA SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO-1192
ANSWERED ON-03.12.2014

New policy for pension holders

1192 . Shri Basawaraj Patil

1192. SHRI BASAWARAJ PATIL:

Will the Minister of LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT be pleased to state:
(a)the impact of the new policy of Government on pension holders;
(b)the number of pension holders likely to get benefited; and
(c)the details of total financial benefit to the pension holders?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF STATE (IC) FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
(SHRI BANDARU DATTATREYA)

(a) & (b): The Government has notified a minimum pension of Rs.1,000/- per month under Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995 vide G.S.R. No.593(E) dated 19.08.2014 for the year 2014-15 with effect from 01.09.2014. It has benefited all members, widow/widower, disabled, nominee and parent pensioners drawing pension less than Rs.1000/- under the Scheme. The policy has also benefited children and orphan pensioners whose minimum pension would be Rs. 250/- per month and Rs.750/- per month respectively. 32 lakhs pensioners (Approximately) under Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995 have been benefited under the policy.

(c): Pensioners under Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995 getting less than Rs. 1000/- per month are getting top-up amount over and above the pension they are getting to make it to Rs. 1,000/- per month. Besides, children and orphan pensioners are getting a minimum pension of Rs. 250/- and Rs. 750/- per month respectively. The total financial benefit to the pension holders in implementing the minimum pension under Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995 is estimated to be Rs. 709 crores for the period 01.09.2014 to 31.03.2015.

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Employees Pension Scheme: Details of subscribers and amount distributed

Employees Pension Scheme: Details of subscribers and amount distributed

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT
LOK SABHA
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO 139
ANSWERED ON 24.11.2014

SUBSCRIBERS UNDER EPS

139 . Antony Shri Anto

Will the Minister of LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT be pleased to state:-
(a) whether the Government has any record regarding the number of subscribers under the Employees` Pension Scheme (EPS) in the country;

(b)if so, the details thereof, State/UT-wise; and

(c)the details of the amount distributed under EPS during each of the last three years and the current year, State/UT-wise?

ANSWER

MINISTER OF STATE (IC) FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT (SHRI BANDARU DATTATREYA)

(a) & (b): Yes, Madam. The State/UT-wise details of membership of Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995 are at Annex-I.

(c): The State/UT-wise details of amount distributed under Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995 during the last three years and current year (upto June, 2014) are at Annex–II.

ANNEX-I

No. of Subscribers under the Employees’ Pension Scheme (EPS), 1995

STATE/UT Subscribers as on 31.3.2014
Andhra Pradesh( including Telangana) 10657225
Bihar 356826
Chhattisgarh 589276
Delhi 11350265
Goa 1168601
Gujarat (including Daman & Diu) 7481829
Haryana 6195965
Himachal Pradesh 1012158
Jharkhand 942549
Karnataka 14907011
Kerala (including Lakshadweep) 2110682
Madhya Pradesh 2913492
Maharashtra 23468307
North East Region 427558
Odisha 2191814
Punjab (including Chandigarh) 5135813
Rajasthan 1178766
Tamil Nadu (including Puducherry) 16622517
Uttar Pradesh 1917405
Uttrakhand 1117299
West Bengal(including Andaman & Nicobar Islands) 4483143
TOTAL 116228501


ANNEX-II
Details of amount disbursed under Employees’ Pension Scheme, 1995 during the last three years and current year (up to June, 2014)

 

(Rs. in Crores)
STATE/UT 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
Upto June 2014 
(Provisional)
Andhra Pradesh (including Telangana) 651.96 747.80 880.70 176.66
Bihar 102.99 162.08 201.49 32.09
Chhattisgarh 90.37 96.07 118.22 7.39
Delhi 420.16 475.94 528.98 139.53
Goa 33.85 36.89 47.80 5.82
Gujarat (including Daman & Diu) 488.95 550.39 660.71 114.15
Haryana 275.80 358.21 422.24 84.34
Himachal Pradesh 47.92 56.97 72.62 14.90
Jharkhand 188.86 162.64 184.12 41.13
Karnataka 815.20 934.00 1121.52 275.53
Kerala (including Lakshadweep) 334.88 365.38 424.00 111.21
Madhya Pradesh 200.06 222.75 259.13 64.33
Maharashtra 1529.71 1966.83 2214.95 435.20
North East Region 63.36 69.10 78.65 10.99
Odisha 126.13 147.93 194.72 44.70
Punjab (including Chandigarh) 229.65 253.17 313.19 65.27
Rajasthan 176.27 201.95 237.62 57.33
Tamil Nadu (including Puducherry) 841.09 1032.76 1552.27 275.37
Uttar Pradesh 496.21 561.10 636.46 62.95
Uttrakhand 68.68 84.81 108.18 29.39
West Bengal (including Andaman & Nicobar Islands) 457.41 551.77 642.75 93.57
TOTAL 7639.51 9038.54 10900.32 2140.83

Source: Loksabha.nic.in

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