Govt. cut ISRO Scientists’s salaries when they were working on Chandrayan-2 Mission –

In the midst of all the hustle-clamor to restore correspondence with Vikram lander, that smashed on the lunar surface, news rose that a great many ranking staff individuals, including researchers and architects, at Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) have endured pay cuts with the Central government choosing to end ‘extra’ increases.

This allegedly is causing discontent over the positions of the nation’s space explore association

According to an Office Memorandum (OM) dated June 12, undersigned by Deputy Secretary to Department of Space M Ramadas, the two extra additions given to researchers/designers of evaluation SD, SE, SF and SG are stopped with impact from July 1, 2019.

A senior researcher disclosed to The New Indian Express that by excellence of the reminder the representatives have endured a compensation cut of Rs 10,000 every month on a normal.

Despite the fact that K Santhosh Kumar, general secretary of Space Engineers Association (SEA) would not remark and said “it was an interior issue,” it became known that the SEA has presented a portrayal to ISRO Chairman K Sivan looking for his mediation to convince Central government to move back the choice.


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