State Cabinet charts out roadmap to implement election promises
By Thehindu 11-Jun-2019
Addressing a press conference, Information and Public Relations (I&PR) Minister Perni Venkatramaiah (Nani) said that in a major decision that would have implications on the State finances, the Cabinet decided to give 27% Interim Relief (IR) from July 1. It would benefit 4.24 lakh employees, while the additional burden would be ₹815 crore. The wages of angawadi workers was increased to ₹11,500 per month, while the honorarium for animators etc working under MEPMA/SERP was fixed at ₹10,000 per month. The Asha workers’ salary was increased to ₹10,000 from ₹3,000. It would be ₹4,000 in tribal areas as against the existing ₹400 per month. The wages of sanitary workers were increased to ₹18,000 per month, he said.
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