No proposal to reduce superannuation age of central govt employees
Centre called plan to reduce superannuation age of its employees ‘unfounded’. (HT FILE)
The government on Tuesday described as “unfounded” the reports that it
is planning to reduce the retirement age of employees, according to
The reports have been circulating, particularly on social media, that
the Department of Personnel and Training has cleared a proposal under
which government employees will retire at the age of 60 or after 33
years of service, whichever is earlier.
The sources in the government said the reports are “unfounded and baseless”.