APCA slams KP govt for cut in pensions

Akhunzada Fazle Haq

Central general secretary of All Pakistan Clerks Association (Apca), Aurangzeb Kashmiri on Wednesday strongly criticized the provincial government for pension deduction and approval of the law to give pension to one of the spouses. “Provincial government should deduct the expenses of the cabinet and members of the provincial assembly”, he added. He expressed these views while talking to the media.

Aurangzeb Kashmiri added that the present government is behind the ruin of the employees and wants to abolish the pensions of the government employees through various maneuvers. He argued that the present provincial government has turned government employees and institutions into laboratories and in the cycle of making government institutions profitable, they have been led to loss and destruction.

He added that the infliction makes life indigestible of the government employees while the government has also abolished medical and convention allowances and included medical allowances in the health card. He argued that instead of giving relief to government employees the government has deprived the government employees from pensions and other facilities.

He added that the provincial minister and members of provincial assembly have increased their salaries and other allowances while they are abolishing the pension and other allowances of government employees which is great cruelty.

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