| Dehradun |
Published: August 14, 2020 5:49:56 am
The Uttarakhand cupboard on Thursday permitted an ordinance to implement deduction of 30 per cent of the wage of legislators on this monetary yr to handle the Covid-19 outbreak within the state.
The authorities introduced the Uttarakhand State Legislative Assembly (Members Emoluments and Pension) (Amendment) Ordinance, 2020 following allegations from the Opposition Congress that many legislators of the ruling BJP had been contributing lower than 30 per cent of their wage.
The state cupboard on April eight determined to impact a 30 per cent minimize in salaries of chief minister, ministers and MLAs and the deducted quantity was for use for administration of the pandemic.
After the cupboard assembly Thursday, authorities spokesperson Madan Kaushik mentioned there was confusion as totally different MLAs had been giving totally different quantities. “After this ordinance, all Assembly members will give equal quantity of 30 per cent from their salaries and allowances until March 31, 2021,” the minister mentioned.
Sources mentioned the federal government determined to deliver the ordinance following allegations from Congress MLAs that BJP legislators had been contributing lower than 30 per cent of salaries.
Each MLA will get a month-to-month wage of Rs 2.04 lakh that features a fundamental wage of Rs 30,000, constituency allowance of Rs 1.5 lakh, secretarial allowance of Rs 12,000 and equal quantity as driver allowance. An quantity equivalent to 30 per cent of the entire of fundamental wage, constituency and secretarial allowances — about Rs 57,600 — must be paid by every MLA.
The cupboard additionally permitted a proposal to hike the servant and ministerial allowances of retired Chief Justices and retired judges of the Uttarakhand High Court.
The cupboard additionally determined to implement the Compensation scheme for ladies victims/survivors of sexual assault/different crimes, 2018 ready by National Legal Services Authority.
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