Employees to get Aadhar cards latest by March 10 to receive April salaries
PTI | January 4, 2013
Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) today said it had extended by two months the deadline for its 20,800 employees for getting 'Aadhar' card.
The decision followed a meeting between senior civic officials including municipal commissioner Sitaram Kunte and additional municipal commissioner Manisha Mhaiskar.
"We have decided to extend the period for submission of card. Their salaries are processed after 10th of the month.
So, to get salary of April, it will be a must for employees to get Aadhaar cards latest by March 10. They can either submit their cards or receipts of registration for Aadhaar," Kunte said today.
The earlier deadline for getting Aadhaar card was December 31. The civic body today also decided to release salaries for December.
Earlier, some reports had said those who had not got their Aadhaar cards had not got December salaries.
MCGM, the largest local governing body in the country, has 1.11 lakh employees and spends an average of over Rs 300 crore per month on salaries.
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