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Chief Minister Amarinder Singh told the media on Monday that his government was mulling a policy change to fix 58 years as retirement age to generate more employment opportunities for the state's youth.
"But the issue is still under discussion.
The matter is being reviewed and a policy decision would be taken only after detailed analysis of the implications of any change with regard to the existing policy," Amarinder said.
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