Fri. Apr 23rd, 2021

L.D. Joshi vs Central Provident Fund … on 9 June, 2017

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2. The message reads thus:

“In case no contribution has been made in the
Provident Fund account continuously for 36
months, it will be identified as inoperative and
interest would not be credited on such account
after 36 months. This will come into effect from
01.04.2011.”
W.P.(C) 8996 OF 2014 Page 3 of 41
Pursuant to the said notification, the petitioner tried to get the

transfer of his EPF account no. KN/120/10857F effected, in order to

avoid the loss of interest w.e.f. 01.04.2011 and the petitioner again

visited Bangalore in June, 2011 to inquire from the respondent no. 3

about the transfer of his account to which he was informed that the

necessary verification in Forms 5 & 10 from the petitioner‟s former

employer in Bangalore had not been received and the petitioner was

advised to personally get them forwarded by his former employer,

whereupon the petitioner states that he immediately rushed to the

Head Office of his former employer at Bangalore and got the Forms 5

& 10 issued by the employer and delivered the same to the Assistant

RPFC, who issued an acknowledgement dated 22.06.2011.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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