Thursday, October 6, 2022



PSPCL launches Special Helpline for Family Pensioners: Harbhajan Singh ETO

Chandigarh, August 6, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
In order to provide additional facility to PSPCL family pensioners on Saturday and Sundays, Punjab Power Minister Mr. Harbhajan Singh ETO informed that Punjab State Power Corporation Limited has launched yet another Special Helpline exclusively for its Family Pensioners.

While sharing about the details of this new initiative of PSPCL, Mr. Harbhajan Singh ETO said that CMA Jaswinder Singh Deputy Chief Accounts officer Pension and Funds will assist and guide the legal heirs of PSPCL employees/retirees regarding queries relating to family pension on phone number 9646122256. CMA Jaswinder Singh Deputy Chief Accounts officer will handle phone calls on weekend (Saturday & Sunday) from 9:30 am to 01:00 pm.

This facility is in addition to an already exemplary assistance provided by PSPCL through its Helpline service (9646115517) to its esteemed pensioners for providing hassle free facility in resolving their problems telephonically.

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