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Ranchi, Feb 3: Chief Secretary R.S. Sharma today directed to devise an appropriate institutional mechanism for automated communication between the banks and the state portal.
He said this at a video-conferencing with the officials of all the districts regarding National Social Assistance Programme (NSAP) held at the Project Building.
He said that transparency in digital platform would help in streamlined distribution of pension plans.
The Chief Secretary stressed on enforcing pension payment only through the state portal. He said that this portal should be the single source and that it was a strategic initiative for cleaning up of the delivery system.
At the conference, Labour Commissioner Pooja Singhal directed the officials responsible in all the districts to ensure zero duplication of beneficiary account and Aadhar by the end of this month.
She said that though lot of cleaning of data has been done but more is to be accomplished.
The vision of the NSAP is to create a society, where all persons are free from undeserved want and deprivation, and lead a dignified life.
This programme helps to reach out to and provide social security to vulnerable sections of society, particularly those living below the poverty line.
It also aims at ensuring that social protection to the beneficiaries everywhere in the country is uniformly available without interruption.