Centre approves Rs 3737 crore bonus for Government Employees

The Union Minister said that this will put a burden of Rs 3,737 crore on the government. Prakash Javadekar also told that this bonus will be given to the government employees in a single installment through direct benefit transfer before Vijayadashami.

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New Delhi: Modi government has decided to give bonus to 30 lakh government employees (non-gazetted) employees before Diwali. This information was given by Union Minister Prakash Javadekar.

Diwali Bonus for govt employees:

The Union Minister said that this will put a burden of Rs 3,737 crore on the government. Prakash Javadekar also told that this bonus will be given to the government employees in a single installment through direct benefit transfer before Vijayadashami.

Rs 3737 crore bonus for 30 lakh employees:

“Union Cabinet approves productivity linked bonus and non-productivity linked Bonus for 2019-2020. More than 30 lakh non-gazetted employees will be benefited by the bonus announcement and total financial implication will be ₹3,737 crores,” Prakash Javadekar said.

After getting information about this, government employees are praising this step of Modi government. He has also thanked the Modi government for this.

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“Measures by government to stimulate demand must not burden the common citizen with future inflation. It must not put government debt on an unsustainable path,” finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman earlier stated.

Meanwhile, in the midst of the Corona crisis, the Kolkata High Court on Wednesday allowed 45 people to enter the Durga Puja pandal.

According to the new order, the list of the person receiving the permission will be prepared on daily basis and then the list will have to be done outside the Durga Puja pandal at eight in the morning.

Let me tell you that earlier the High Court had declared the pandal as a no-entry zone for visitors and visitors. But now the court has relaxed its order slightly.

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