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Retirement age of 65: The Politicization of Employees’ Demands

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Retirement age of 65: The Politicization of Employees’ Demands 

65 as Retirement Age: Employees Demand Becomes Electoral Manifesto Issue

 Once again, raising the retirement age has started making headlines. But this time, they are not rumours or false stories. There is some truth in it. A recognized political party has promised to increase the retirement age of state government employees from 60 to 65. 

'Samajwadi Party'
In the election manifesto released yesterday, the party has promised to raise the retirement age of the state employees to 65. 

Not 62, but 65..!

Retirement age for state government employees differ from state to state. Since the state governments do not follow the Central Government’s retirement age at 60, the demand has now started to show up in election manifestos of different states. 

State governments have the power to decide the retirement ages of its employees. The recent Budget happenings of the Kerala State Government in this issue are well known.  

Last year, there were a number of developments in this issue for the employees of Uttar Pradesh State Government. Since employees getting job at the age of 40 and retiring at 60 will not be able to complete qualifying service hence, will be devoid of benefits such as gratuity. Therefore, a demand was put forth to increase the retirement age..! 

While replying to this question, Minister Mohd Azam Khan said that the State Government had no plans to raise the retirement age. He also accepted that the maximum age for recruitment for State Government employment has been changed to 40. He said that there were currently no plans of increasing retirement age because it would adversely affect the employment opportunities of others. 

Amidst these situation, it is worth noting that the Samajwadi party, in its election manifesto, has announced that it would increase the retirement age to 65. 

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1 comments:

Shashi Raj said...

Dear Sir,

I had applied for availing LTC for the block year 2010-13 ( extended upto December, 2014). I intend to travel to North East (Guwahati ) by Air from Jammu being Group B Officer (GP Rs. 4200/_) . My office has asked me to confirm whether the extension can be carried forward for the whole year 2014 or upto 30.04.2014 ( date on which the relaxation to travel to NER by Air expires).

Please confirm whether I can avail the relaxation in July 2014 ( as I am availing the LTC for block year 2013-14)

YOU ARE REQUESTED TO PLEASE TREAT THIS URGENT AS MY CASE HAS BEEN STOPED FOR THE REASON NOT EXTENDED BEYOND APRIL 2014

Regards


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