LAHORE: Federal minister for overseas Pakistani & Human Resources Development Sajid Hussain Toori has claimed that Employees’ Old-Age Benefits Institution (EOBI) has collected Rs 31.3 billion for the year of 2021-22. The institution has disbursed around Rs.46 Billion in FY-2021-22 to the pensioners.
He was talking to media after taking briefing during his visited to EOBI Directorate General Office Lahore and chaired a meeting with the Regional Directors of Punjab (B&C-II).
The minister further said that despite many challenges, the institution achieved this collection with a growth of 15 % as compared to the last year.
The Minister has emphasized on extending quality services to its valuable clients & pensioners and directed the officers to maximize the coverage of workers & Employers under the law. Maratab Ali Dogar, Deputy Director General EOBI presented the performance report of the B&C-II for the fiscal year 2021-22.
At the end, best performing officers were awarded appreciation certificates by the minister.
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