Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Madras High Court Stay on Bank Pension continues, next hearing on 6th July. Nagaland implements pay hike.

Shri Jayesh B Dolia of M/s Aiyar & Dolia appeared on behalf of AIBEA to oppose the continuance of the interim stay. However, the Hon'ble Judge asked them to file their counter affidavits and permitted continuation of the interim stay. Next hearing has been fixed for 6th July 2010.


Nagaland to adopt 6th pay commission
State Chief Secretary, Lalthara informed that government had decided to adopt 6th Pay Commission for grant of National increment to state employees’ w.e.f. June 1, 2008 and new ROP will be effected from April 1,2010.
Addressing the bi-monthly meeting of AHoDs and HoDs on June 28 in the Secretariat Conference Hall, Kohima, Lalthara also clarified that state government had not received any stay order from any government regarding Retirement Act and therefore, the government would go ahead with recruitment process.
The government had requested all departments to furnish the information indicating the number of vacancies arising of Retirement Act w.e.f. 30/10/2009 to 30/6/2010. Chief Secretary further requested all departments and participating parties to prepare for celebration of Independence Day.
Also addressing the meeting Additional Chief Secretary and Development Commissioner, Alemtemshi Jamir explained the fund position of the State Annual Plan for 2010-11. He called upon all heads of departments to utilise the fund as per the allocation made.

Source : Nagaland Post.


Online petition against proposed pay hike for MPs

Vity-Based Sajag Nagrik Manch on Tuesday launched an online petition opposing the plan to hike salaries of Members of Parliament (MPs).On its first day, www.petitiononline.com received over a hundred signatures.
President of the Manch Vivek Velankar said: “Common citizens have been facing many hardships over the last year owing to inflation. It is becoming increasingly difficult to make ends meet. Setting aside the 5 per cent in the organised sector, 95 per cent have no scope of increasing their earnings. In this backdrop, the MPs have been getting decent salaries, not to mention the allowances. It is unethical to even think of a salary hike for them at this juncture. The proposal can only be likened to Nero playing the fiddle when Rome was burning.”“The online petition will be active for four-five days and then sent to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and leaders of the major political parties,” Velankar added.
Source : Express India.

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