MUMBAI/HYDERABAD: Maharashtra has deferred paying a part of this months salary to its employees while Telangana announced cuts as a temporary measure given the sharp slide in tax revenues and stalling of economic activity due to the 21-day lockdown.
Maharashtra deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar clarified that the salaries being cut this month would be paid in two installments over the next few months. Chief minister Uddhav Thakceray said, “There is no question of slashing anyones salary.”
Maharashtra ministers and all MLAs will be paid 40% of their salaries for March. Class I and II employees will be paid half their salaries and Class III 75% of their salaries. But Class IV employees will get their full salaries.
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