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Haryana lowers employees' retirement age from 60 to 58

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28 Nov, 2014 1:38p.m.

The BJP government in Haryana today decided to lower the retirement age of state government employees from 60 to 58 years.

The decision to lower the retirement age will be implemented immediately. All employees who attain the age of 58 on November 30, 2014 will retire from service.

The Congress government led by Bhupinder Singh Hooda had increased the retirement age of the employees by two years to 60, shortly before the October 15 Assembly polls.

Khattar, however, said the retirement age of physically challenged, blind and Class IV employees will remain 60 years as decided by the previous government. The maximum age for entry into government jobs will also remain at 42, he added.

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