Bhutan’s bureaucrats to contribute 5 to 10% of salary for COVID-19 fund

Bureaucrats in Bhutan will be contributing five to 10 percent of their salaries for the COVID-19 relief fund set up by the government, the Royal Civil Servant Commission (RCSC) has said

Mar 30, 2020
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Bureaucrats in Bhutan will be contributing five to 10 percent of their salaries for the COVID-19 relief fund set up by the government, the Royal Civil Servant Commission (RCSC) has said.

The RCSC, which is a central personnel agency, said they had proposed to their members on making voluntary contributions from their salaries in the bid to combat the pandemic.

The contributions received will be handed over to the National COVID-19 Response and Relief Fun

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