Kerala govt raises retirement age to 56
Thiruvananthapuram: The Congress-led UDF
Government in Kerala today raised the retirement age of state
government employees to 56 years from the existing 55.
Finance Minister K M Mani made the announcement in this
regard while presenting the state Budget for the current
The announcement, however, sparked protests from
opposition LDF members who alleged that the proposal had
already appeared in a section of the press, amounting to
leak of budget secrets.
Members kept on raising slogans by sitting in the well of
the House despite Speaker G Karthikeyan`s assurance that the
issue raised by them will be examined in the light of similar
precedents in the state assembly and Parliament.
The opposition members started protesting as soon as the
Finance Minister read out the proposal regarding retirement
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