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Seventh Central Pay Commission wanted Office Space

WANTED: OFFICE SPACE – Express Service News

The seventh Central Pay Commission that was hurriedly cleared by the Cabinet in February — just a few days before the model code of conduct came into force — is yet to have any office. The pay commission, headed by retired Supreme Court judge Ashok Kumar Mathur, had asked the Ministry of Urban 
Development for an office space measuring around 12,000 sq feet anywhere in Delhi. Citing paucity of such space, the ministry declined the request. The commission, which does not have any office, has now asked the ministry to give it a non-availability certificate so that it can take private properties on rent.


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