Employer & PF office not supporting to Withdraw my Providend Fund amount – What to do ?

POSTED BY vickyjpr ON September 27, 2013 5:59 pm ONE COMMENT

Hi Friends,

I’m from Jaipur (Rajasthan). Previously I was worked in company which is based in CHENNAI. I was worked in one Project of that company in Rajasthan for 2 Years.

For my personal resaons I was Left that company without serving the notice period fully (means only 10 days I served as a notice period). However I got my Full & final Settlement letter & Relieving cum Service Letter from my Employer.

Due to I’m in Jaipur I wast sent my dully filled PF withdrawal form 10C & 19 to my employer, but it seems that there is no response made by my employer.

For against this I was sent Duly filled Form 10C & Form 19 (which is attested by my Bank manager, BOI) to PF office, Chennai with necessary document like:

  1. Copy of Full and Final Settlement
  2. Copy of Relieving cum Service Certificate
  3. Blank Cancel Cheque
  4. Copy of my Id & Address Proof.

These all things I was sent by Registered Post.

Then also after sometime I was not got any response on my applications, so I decided to file online grievance. on which the PF department reply that “It is informed that your grievance is being treated as non-actionable due to the following reason(s):

The claim was returned since the claim was not signed by the employer which has not been resubmitted so far.”

For this concern I tried to contact my Employer also they told me that PF department sent one letter to them then they have to re-submit that again.

Now the condition is that No One is giving me the proper respond to me.

Friends Please Suggest me the proper way that now what can I do to withdrawl my PF as early as possible!!

Thanks

Vicky

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