Big loss for beverages through deputation

Thiruvananthapuram: According to Accounts General the Kerala Beverages Corporation loses crores as part of deputation appointment. The AG’s report says that no regulations regarding deputation are exercised in the appointment and they are given more salary. The sale during 2001 was 1338 crore whereas this year it has increased to 8818 crore. Within a span of ten years the 101 lakh case selling has increased to 346 lakh case. As the salary and other benefits are high in this area, there is high pressure from other departments to join for deputation. NGO Union State General Secretary Sreekumar, NGO Association leader Kottathala Mohan reacts to this news.

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