MCD workers’ salaries will be credited within two days: Lawyer
New Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Lawyer Joginder Sukhija on Monday said advocates of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) workers appeared before the High Court. They told the court that the salary could not be credited to the accounts of the employee till now and will be done within two days. They intimated the court that they have not received salaries upto January 2016. He further said that the High Court is monitoring the issue and the final decision has been made after considering both the parties. The case will come for hearing on Wednesday.
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