Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh said on Wednesday that there is no proposal to change the retirement age of central government employees. He made this comment in written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha. The minister said, "There is no proposal to change the retirement age of central employees. State government employees fall within the purview of laws and rules set by the respective state governments. Singh said in a written reply to another question that last year more than 18.6 lakh public complaints were received and out of these more than 16 lakhs were disposed of. was done.
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Explain that the policy of pre-mature retirement of government employees and decisions of economic reform are being opposed. Protests against the government's decision to retire in the public interest are intensifying after the performance review of senior government employees with more than 30 years of experience. There is a demand that the government immediately withdraw the pre-mature retirement policy of senior employees.
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