Telangana Government may link their Employees salary with their Elderly Parents

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    Nidhi Mishra
    February 16, 2017 at 12:50 pm #25865

    After Assam Government, now Telangana Government is also planning to take strong steps towards the welfare of its senior citizens.

    Recently, Telangana Government Departments have received complaints from elderly parents that their children are neglecting them and not paying for their maintenance.Based on these complaints, the government plans to deduct the salary of such employees and pay it to the neglected parents every month, but first it will consult the employees’ unions.

    It is a great initiative by the Telangana Government towards promotion of health and well-being of its senior citizens.

    Read More: http://www.deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/130217/telangana-govt-employees-salary-to-linked-with-their-elderly-parents.html

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    LAKSHMI NARAYANA NAGISETTY
    February 18, 2017 at 2:58 pm #25866

    Good initiative. The Senior Citizens first expect change in the attitude of the Government & People in general and particularly in the employees / youth. Acts, & Rules may support the Seniors but it may not improve the values and healthy human connectivity. All such initiatives should improve the social responsibility of the individuals towards their parents, family members and others. As a tradition make it as a HABIT to respect others with need based services either directly or indirectly by facilitation.

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    Nidhi Mishra
    March 29, 2017 at 12:26 pm #26012

    Thank you for your comments. Yes, you are very right that the focus should be on making the youths socially responsible towards their parents and should respect other seniors too.

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