KP govt reverts superannuation age

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Staff Reporter

The KP government has decided to revert the superannuation age of the government servants back to 60 years from the previously decided 63-years.

The decision to this effect was taken at provincial cabinet meeting held on Tuesday.

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan presided over a meeting The meeting attended by Ministers, Advisors, Special Assistants to Chief Minister, Chief Secretary, Additional Chief Secretary, Administrative Secretaries took for debate a 14-agenda item and made a number of decisions including the government servants’ retirement age as 60-years.

Addressing the cabinet, Mahmood Khan directed the departments to ensure implementation on the development and public welfare schemes under time-tag in the remaining two and half years of his government which he termed the crucial period.

 

 

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