“The matter was twice placed before LG, but he never said that he has any disagreement on revision of the remuneration and retairnership fee. He only raised the issue of competence of Council of Ministers to take this decision without the approval of the MHA, which is subjudice,” it said. Later, on December 23, the government Cabinet reiterated its decision to hike the fees and sent a copy of its decision to the LG, the letter said.


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