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KARNATAKA MLA GET SALARY HIKE BY NEARLY 100% THEN WHY NOT GOVT EMLOYEES

 
 
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KARNATAKA MLA GET SALARY HIKE BY NEARLY 100% THEN WHY NOT GOVT EMLOYEES
by System Administrator - Tuesday, 31 March 2015, 7:55 AM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangaluru: There is very much demand for a government job.FAT salary with pension till the death you are financially secured for life. As you increase 100 percent salary of MLA MLC MP and Ministers, similarly you increase the salary of all Government employees by 100 percent . MLA MLC MP and Ministers are getting Government paid salaries. Means once they take salary from government they become government employees and part of the administration. Then from the day they take government salary they are public servant and sever their ties with the parties which elected them. Government employees cannot be member of any political parties.All rules applicable to Government employees should be made applicable to MLA MLC MP and Ministers.Let MLA MLC MP and Ministers shun their party posts.

Karnataka Legislative Assembly on 30-03-2015 has passed a bill to increase salaries of all MLAs by nearly 100 per cent. The hike puts them in the bracket of some of the highest paid law makers in the country. With the new hike the basic salary of the chief minister has gone up from Rs 30,000 to Rs 50,000. The salaries of ministers has increased from Rs 25,000 to Rs 40,000. The allowances of the CM and ministers have gone up from 1.5 lakh to 3 lakh Rupees per month. The hike will cost the government an additional Rs 44 crore every year. What to do, we also need to serve people and hence state has to support us," Reportedly said Karnataka Home Minister KJ Gorge.

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