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THE PRIME MINISTER IS ASKING THE HIGHLY QUALIFIED, OUT PERFORMING CEOs TO CUT DOWN THEIR SALARIES,WHAT ABOUT THE MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT ???

Asked by AWASTHI, 25 Jan '10 05:34 pm
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You will know the sensitivity after reading this....... Salary & Govt. Concessions for a Member of Parliament (MP) , Monthly Salary : 12,000 , Expense for Constitution per month : 10,000 , Office expenditure per month : 14,000 , Traveling concession (Rs. 8 per km) : 48,000 ( eg.For a visit from kerala to Delhi & return: 6000 km), Daily DA TA during parliament meets : 500/day , Charge for 1 class (A/C) in train: Free (For any number of times) (All over India ) , Charge for Business Class in flights : Free for 40 trips / year (With wife or P.A.) , Rent for MP hostel at Delhi : Free , Electricity costs at home : Free up to 50,000 units , Local phone call charge : Free up to 1 ,70,000 calls., TOTAL expense for a MP [having no qualification] per year : 32,00,000 [i.e . 2.66 lakh/month] , TOTAL expense for 5 years : 1,60,00,000 For 534 MPs, the expense for 5 years : 8,54,40,00,000 (nearly 855 crores) THIS IS THE DEFINATION OF P ...more
Answered by DR DINESH SHARMA, 25 Jan '10 05:46 pm

 
  
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In hindi this is called chirag tale andhera
Answered by iqbal seth, 26 Jan '10 02:28 pm

 
  
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If that is done, he will also be a loser
Answered by rajnikant raiyarela, 25 Jan '10 08:04 pm

 
  
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Many mps even get commission from their mp funds given to them for development.actually princesses have been abolished but new type in form of politicians have been formed.since they are law makers it wont take 5 mts to pass the bill regarding salaries and pm can not oppose them but can say to ceos only.
Answered by Ramesh Agarwal, 25 Jan '10 06:40 pm

 
  
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The entitlements of the Members of Parliament under the Salaries Act. Between 1.6.1954 and 1.12.2004 (50 years) the salaries and allowances of these self-less public servants have gone up by 90 times. A careful look at the details of monetary benefits and other perks admissible to Members of Parliament under the Salaries Act will indicate that the Government pays in cash every month to a member about Rs.36,000/- including salary, daily allowances, etc. of which only the salary of Rs.12,000/- per month attracts income-tax. This can also be avoided by some savings in approved Government Schemes. They pay a nominal license fee for the accommodation in Delhi, which is but a tiny fraction of their rental value. Taking into account the monetary value of other perks like free telephone calls (including STD), mobile telephone, free electricity and water, medical facilities, free air and rail travel in the highest classes, the direct monthly public expenditure on an M.P. comes to the tune of mo ...more
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 25 Jan '10 06:27 pm

 
  
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Because maximum MP\'s are not that much qualified and may not understand the fact......
Answered by pradeep mishra, 25 Jan '10 05:38 pm

 
  
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Sadly the salaries of MP\'s and MLa\'s is increased very frequently and they are themselves authorised to do so.There should be some check on this and they should voluntarily take at least a 25% cut in their salariees and allowances.
Answered by HEMANT MEHTA, 25 Jan '10 05:37 pm

 
  
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