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Read news of Seventeenth Lok Sabha about retirement of emloyees

Read Full news of Seventeenth Lok Sabha about retirement of emloyees. 


Generally, the first hour of a Lok Sabha meeting is for questions and is called the Question Hour.  It has special significance in the proceedings of Parliament.  

Asking questions is an inherent and unfettered parliamentary right of members.  During the Question Hour, members can ask questions on every aspect of administration and governmental activities. 

As members try to get relevant information during the Question Hour, government policies on national and international scenarios are completely focused.  

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During the Question Hour, the Government is put to the test and every Minister, who has the turn to answer the questions, has to stand up and answer the mistake made in his or her administrative functions through the Question Hour.  

Instantly identifies and accordingly adapts its policies and actions.  Through questions in Parliament, the government is able to keep contact with the people as it is through this that members are able to present the problems of the people in matters related to administration. 

Questions allow ministries to gauge popularity about their policy and administration.  

Questions reveal many such mistakes which may not go unnoticed by the ministers.  

Many times when the matter raised is so serious that it agitates the minds of the people and it is of wide public importance, then through the appointment of questions, a court inquiry or even a legislation has to be made.  

Question hour is an interesting part of parliamentary proceedings.  

Although the question mainly asks for information and attempts are made to get the facts on a particular subject, many times there is a lively and quick-witted attitude between the members asking the questions and the ministers who answer.  

At times, this spot is replete with satire and humor.  

Therefore, during the Question Hour, the audience galleries and press galleries are packed.


Shri Tejaswi Surya: 

Will the Prime Minister be pleased to state: (a) whether there is any proposal to retire Central and State Government employees after completion of their maximum service period of 30 years;  

If yes, will the government mandate all central government employees in different states for this;  

If yes, will the government also mandate all employees of various state governments for this and what is the purpose behind restricting the service of government employees for 30 years?  

(C) Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions (Dr. Jitendra Singh) in the Minister of State for North and the Prime Minister's Office 

(a): There is no proposal to change the retirement age of Central Government employees in the State Government.  

(b): The employees of the Government are governed by the rules / regulations made by their respective State Governments.

(c): In view of (a) above, the question does not arise.

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