Yogi govt sacks 25,000 home guards

15 Oct 2019 10:00 AM

Yogi govt sacks 25,000 home guards

Updated 15 Oct 2019 10:00 AM

Currently, UP has over 90,000 home guards, who earn Rs 500 daily. Out of 90,000 home guards, around 25,000 face the risk of not earning a regular income due to the proposed decision. They went to Supreme Court seeking increase in remuneration.

After Supreme Court's decision, the state government was bound to hike home guards' daily remuneration to Rs 672 from Rs 500. But the state government was not willing to increase the budget allocation for them due to shortage of budget.


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