Not mandatory for representatives to require at any rate 20 days of procured leave in a year, explains govt

 

In Oct 2020, FM Sitharaman declared a ₹73,000-cr bundle, including advance installment of a piece of wages to focal govt workers and money in lieu of LTC

The bundle was to animate customer interest and interest in the economy harmed by the Covid pandemic

New Delhi: Central government on Wednesday suppressed a media report recommending it has made it obligatory for its perpetual representatives to require in any event 20 days of procured leave each year.

“It is being guaranteed that the public authority has made it obligatory for its perpetual representatives to require at any rate 20 days of acquired leave each year, rather than accumulating them up for encashment,” government explained.

In October 2020, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman reported a ₹73,000 crore bundle, including advance installment of a piece of wages to focal government representatives and money in lieu of LTC, to animate customer interest and interest in the economy harmed by the Covid pandemic.

As much as ₹11,575 crore would be paid as LTC remittance and advance to focal government and PSU workers relying on the prerequisite that they spend on trivial merchandise before March 31, she said.

Heidi Phillips

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