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Madhya Pradesh: Chief Minister Shivraj Chauhan raises retirement age for state government employees

Madhya Pradesh: Chief Minister Shivraj Chauhan raises retirement age for state government employees
Written by Abhishek Rana

Chief Minister of Shivraj Chauhan has raised the retirement age for state government employees 60 to 62 years old. Shivraj Singh Chauhan attended an event to raise awareness about women’s safety, and he said that his government is not going to tolerate any kind of violence against women. He agreed that the government should take the responsibility for the safety of women. He also said that the men who make it difficult for women to remain in homes, and abuse them, can’t have a claim to human  rights. Only recently it was announced that there will be a death penalty for child rapists and the government is also going to take many actions against stopping violence against women.

Shivraj made the announcement about the rise in the age, and spoke that it was being done so that every government employee can enjoy the benefits for the promotions in their respective jobs. This will indeed be a great news for the government employees who have worked in the government for a long time, and who will like this new development.

Shivraj’s decision relating to the rape of minors has been appreciated by many people, and has also enabled them to talk and demand death penalty for child rapists, and any criminal who hurts women.

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Abhishek Rana

Since my early childhood, I’ve loved writing, watching movies and having an opinion. Now, I do it professionally. Always looking for new ways to challenge myself.

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