‘6th Pay Commission to decide on anomalies’

DAVANGERE: It was the duty of the Sixth Pay Commission to rectify the pay anomalies, and the state government has no role in it, said Primary and Secondary Education Minister Viweshwar Hegde K

Published: 02nd January 2012 01:49 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:07 PM   |  A+A-

DAVANGERE: It was the duty of the Sixth Pay Commission to rectify the pay anomalies, and the state government has no role in it, said Primary and Secondary Education Minister Viweshwar Hegde Kageri.

He told reporters on Saturday that the committee appointed by the government to study the pay anomalies for high school teachers had submitted its report and it had been forwarded to the Pay Commission.

The state government would strongly oppose the Maharashtra government’s demand to make Belgaum a Union territory. The Mahajan Commission report was final and debating on the border dispute further was meaningless, he said. I am not an aspirant for the CM post and said that Sadananda Gowda will continue as CM, he said Horticulture and Sugar Minister S A Ravindranath and Z P president Veeresh accompanied Kageri.

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