Stay On Salary Challenge: Govt Not To Act Immediately

T'puram: The High Court has stayed the government's direction to the employees, who are not willing to donate their one month's salary, to submit no-consent letters. But the finance ministry has decided not to take immediate action on this and the government will take action only after receiving the copy of the order. As the salary for the month has been distributed already, there is no need to act immediately, says a source.

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