The agency clarified After retired civil servants receive pension benefits Put up a sign for the sale of kidneys.

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The agency clarified After retired civil servants do not receive pension Put up a sign for the sale of kidneys.

social media case Disseminate news of retired civil servants, put up a sign “Selling kidneys” urgently. 16 months ago, I still haven’t received a single baht.

Latest Kanchanaburi Provincial Police Clarified the facts as follows: retired retired civil servants put up a “kidney sale” sign, namely Pol. Lt. Col. Chutikarn Khumphai, who entered the police service on October 1, 1979. Later, the badge Pension Fund Act 1996 may or may not apply to be a member of the Government Pension Fund

Police Capt. Ying Chutikarn Khumphai considered and therefore did not apply to be a member of the Government Pension Fund in any way. and later asked to resign from government service to run for the mayor of Tha Makham Subdistrict After applying for election therefore asked to return to government service again in the same position, the Provincial Police Region 7 has ordered the Provincial Police Region 7 No. 1516/2555 dated November 30, 2012 regarding the recruitment and appointment of police officials for Pol.Lt. Col. Ying Chutika. Khum Phai returned to government service again. by still receiving the same salary rate all the time Lieutenant Colonel Ying Chutikarn returned to government service. is not a member of GPF and has not had any deductions to the Government Pension Fund since returning to government service

Until Pol. Lt. Col. Ying Chutikarn retired on September 30, 2020. On July 16, 2020, pension personnel Kanchanaburi Province Has submitted a resume, along with a normal pension form, to the Treasury District 7 to inspect and approve the payment of pension payments to retired civil servants in 2020. It appears that District 7 Treasury officials have examined the documents and found that Has resigned to apply for mayor of Tambon Tha Makham on June 16, 2012 and returned to government service on November 30, 2012.

District 7 Treasury officials therefore informed that the government officials who resigned and return to government service after 1997 must be a member of the Government Pension Fund But it appears that the money has not yet been deducted. Police Capt. Ying Chutikarn has entered the Government Pension Fund since returning to government service. In order to ensure the correct remittance of the members’ money, GPF calculates the remittance during the shortfall period. Police Capt. Ying Chutikarn confirmed that he was not a member of the GPF and did not wish to apply for membership. GPF in any way and has submitted a petition to the Suphan Buri Provincial Administrative Court. to not request to be a member GPF, as informed by the District 7 Treasury and the Suphan Buri Provincial Administrative Court There was an order to dismiss the petition. Police Capt. Ying Chutikarn therefore made a petition to the Supreme Administrative Court. Currently awaiting judgment

The fact that Pol Capt. Ying Chutikarn did not receive a pension salary because she refused to send money to the Government Pension Fund, causing the Treasury District 7 to not be able to calculate the pension. and request approval to pay the pension since retirement

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