Sp Mla wrote a letter to Pm and Cm: If employees don’t get a pension, why should Mps, Mlas …

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Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Thursday, July 22, 2021 11:37 PM IST

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Former Mahmudabad Minister and SP MLA Narendra Singh Verma has caused a stir in political circles by announcing that he will be giving up his pension. People appreciate this MLA initiative.

SP MLA Narendra Singh Verma
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Former Mahmudabad Minister and SP MLA Narendra Singh Verma has caused a stir in political circles by announcing that he will be giving up his pension to support the workers’ organizations that have been calling for the old pension system to be restored for about a year and a half. People appreciate this MLA initiative. The MLA has sent a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, CM Yogi Adityanath. It says that if the pension is not paid to the workers, then the MPs and MLAs are also not entitled to a pension.In this letter, the MLA stated that the government had abolished the pension system for civil servants on April 1, 2004. For some years now, workers have been required to restore their old pensions. If workers are not entitled to a pension, how can every MP, MLA, minister, vice president, governor, prime minister and president be morally entitled to a pension. When employees question these questions, we have no answers.
The MLA has asked the Prime Minister either to restore the old civil servant pension system or to bring public officials and judges into the scope of the new pension system.

refused to receive a pension
The GwG has stated in a letter that he is giving up the constitutional office he has exercised as an AMLA or in some other form, on which a pension exists. Even after retirement, they should no longer be granted a pension. This letter goes viral on social media. People and employee organizations from different federal states appreciate this MLA initiative.

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Former Mahmudabad Minister and SP MLA Narendra Singh Verma has caused a stir in political circles by announcing that he will be giving up his pension to support the workers’ organizations that have been calling for the old pension system to be restored for about a year and a half. People appreciate this MLA initiative. The MLA has sent a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, CM Yogi Adityanath. It says that if the pension is not paid to the workers, then the MPs and MLAs are also not entitled to a pension.

In this letter, the MLA stated that the government had abolished the pension system for civil servants on April 1, 2004. For some years now, workers have been required to restore their old pensions. If workers are not entitled to a pension, how can every MP, MLA, minister, vice president, governor, prime minister and president be morally entitled to a pension. When employees question these questions, we have no answers.

The MLA has asked the Prime Minister either to restore the old civil servant pension system or to bring public officials and judges into the scope of the new pension system.

refused to receive a pension

The GwG has stated in a letter that he is giving up the constitutional office he has exercised as an AMLA or in some other form, on which a pension exists. Even after retirement, they should no longer be granted a pension. This letter goes viral on social media. People and employee organizations from different federal states appreciate this MLA initiative.

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