The Meghalaya authorities has determined to defer cost of a portion of the salaries of its ministers, bureaucrats and 80,000 workers to struggle in opposition to the Corona virus epidemic. Chief Secretary MS Rao mentioned in a notification that half pay of Chief Minister Conrad Sangma, members of his cupboard and IAS, IPS and IFS officers of all ranks are being deferred.
He mentioned that on the idea of deputation, part of the wage of the officers posted within the state of All India Services will even be deferred. The Chief Secretary mentioned that this choice has been taken in view of the unpredictable scenario arising out of Kovid-19 because the nationwide and state financial system is predicted to be sluggish as a result of shutdown. <! –
It is critical to maintain bills beneath management and money administration in order that sources can be found to cope with Kovid-19 successfully.
The authorities has mentioned that 35% of salaries of Group A, Group B personnel are being deferred, whereas 25% of the wage of Group C workers will probably be deferred. In this, Group C personnel of Health and Welfare Department and Home Department (Police) have been saved out of it. The authorities has excluded Group D personnel and pension from this. There have been 12 circumstances of an infection in Meghalaya, out of which one particular person died.