Economists and lawmakers have slammed the latest relief measures aimed at Hong Kong’s “silver haired” and low-income groups, calling them “redundant” and saying they had not been examined or undergone consultation.Of the HK$10 billion-a-year package unveiled on Tuesday by Hong Kong’s embattled leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, the measure which courted the most controversy was the expansion of the fare concession scheme, which allows residents aged 60 or above – rather than the current 65 – to…