Retirement Age 62 – Again denied in Parliament
While answering to a question in Parliament today on 22nd August 2013, the Minister of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions Shri. V.Narayanasamy told that “At present there is no proposal to increase the age of retirement of Government employees”.
He also included, as per fundamental Rules 56(a) except as otherwise provided, every Government servant shall retire on attaining the age of 60 years.
The formal announcement about this proposal was looked to be declared, a week before. Now, it has been denied once again by the Central Government in Parliament to not pursue the policy of increasing the age of retirement of Central Government staff.
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