Kamal Nath Henchman of Sanjay Gandhi Stoops To Stop Emergency pension

Kamal Nath Henchman of Sanjay Gandhi Stoops To Stop Emergency pension

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Kamal Nath Henchman of Sanjay Gandhi Stoops To Stop Emergency pension

ha he ha ha..good joke on Madhyama Pradesh…they deserve it.

It had been reported that in 22December that the Congress government was planning to withhold pension to the detainees of Emergency Era of 1974-77. Then On 29 December, the general administration department issued a circular to district collectors and divisional commissioners saying, “There were reports of overspending of Loktantra Senani Samman Nidhi… To regularise the funds, it is now mandatory to table a new bill in the assembly and seek excess funds.

This calls for a new proper, transparent process and scrutiny of MISA detainees.For this, separate instructions will be released. Till then, it has been decided to suspend disbursement of pension of MISA detainees.”

The clever Congress through its spokesperson Narendra Saluja conveyed to the Voters that the MISA pension hadn’t been stopped and the aim was to identify ‘fake beneficiaries’, if any. “However, officials confirmed to TOI that instructions have been issued to all district treasuries and banks to put payments on hold.

The Kamal Nath government in Madhya Pradesh has suspended pension to over 2,500 people who were imprisoned during the Emergency under MISA The decision was expected as Congress had imposed the Emergency and Kamal Nath was a close henchman of Sanjay Gandhi in those days.

The Kamal Nath government in Madhya Pradesh has suspended pension to over 2,500 people who were imprisoned during the Emergency under MISA (Maintenance of Internal Security Act) and DIR (Defence of India Rules), saying the beneficiaries will be “verified” and a new process formulated.

An incensed BJP has threatened to move court.In 2008, the then Shivraj Singh Chouhan government had started a scheme providing a monthly pension of Rs 25,000 to ‘Loktantra Senanis’, a term given to MISA and DIR detainees. There are 2,604 such beneficiaries in the state.

PEOPLE GET THE GOVERNMENT THEY DESERVE……HEHE HA HA HA HO HO