Adityanath government draws flak for ‘compulsory retirement’ order for babus in 50s if found unfit for employment

Prime News, National (Lucknow), July 9:- Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath led Uttar Pradesh government is facing flak for its order to introduce “compulsory retirement” for employees aged 50 years and above if they are found neglecting their duty.

Around four lakh employees out of a total of 16 lakh working with the state government would come under the ambit of the screening for the order. A detailed report of the work and performance of the employees would have to be submitted by department heads by July 31.

Employees are however claiming that these are attempts aimed at harassing government servants. “It will not be tolerated,” president of the UP Secretariat Employees’ Association, Yadavendra Mishra said adding that a meeting would be held to discuss the order and decide the future course of action.  (MR, Inputs: Agencies).

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