EPFO extends deadline for submitting Aadhaar to 30 April
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New Delhi: Retirement fund body EPFO has extended the deadline for submitting Aadhaar number to 30 April 2017 for its over four crore members. The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) had set 31 March 2017 as the deadline for submitting Aadhaar number earlier.
EPFO has also extended the deadline for submitting digital life certificates for its over 50 lakh pensioners till 30 April to link pension accounts with Aadhaar.
“We have extended the deadline for submission of Aadhaar by subscribers to 30 April 2017. Besides, pensioners can also submit their life certificates till 30 April,” EPFO’s Central Provident Fund Commissioner V P Joy told PTI.
EPFO had extended the deadline several times in the past. It has also done away with the system of accepting life certificate manually through banks. Pensioners are required to provide life certificates digitally either through their mobile phones or at common service centres or bank branches providing such facility.
The latest EPFO order provides that if a pensioner is not able to submit the life certificate in digital format, then the same can be submitted in physical form with valid reasons for not submitting it digitally. It also says that a pensioner would cease to receive payments from May if life certificate is not submitted by 30 April 2017.