Punjab regularises providers of 14,417 contractual staff
Ruchika M Khanna
Tribune Information Service
Chandigarh, February 21
Punjab authorities on Tuesday accepted the regularisation in providers of round 14,417 contractual staff from completely different departments. That is the second tranche of regularisation in service for contractual staff introduced by the Aam Aadmi Occasion authorities.
Earlier, in September final yr, the federal government had okayed the regularisation in providers for round 8,000 contractual staff within the training division. The federal government desires to regularise providers of round 25,000 contractual staff in numerous departments.
A choice to regularise staff was taken within the assembly of Punjab Council of ministers held underneath the chairmanship of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann. Mann stated the federal government is dedicated to meet its promise made to staff earlier than they assumed energy.
A coverage is being labored out on selling inexpensive housing for the poor, particularly these residing within the momentary hutments in numerous elements of the state, stated CM Mann.
Apart from this, the Cupboard determined to re-hire retired Patwaris. As many as 2,000 retired patwaris are to be re-employed.
The Council of ministers has additionally okayed the transportation and labour coverage for meals grains. The automobiles used for transportation of grains from Mandis to storage areas will likely be tracked utilizing GPS. The federal government has additionally determined to extend the wages for labourers in mandis by 25 per cent.
It has additionally been determined that the funds session of the state authorities will likely be held from March 3-26. The Funds will likely be introduced on March 10 and the governor’s deal with will likely be held on March 3.
“That is the primary full funds of the Aam Aadmi Occasion authorities. The funds session will likely be held in two phases- March 3-11 after which from March 22 onwards,” stated Mann.
A coverage on water tourism too has been given nod to. This occurs on the eve of the funding summit, scheduled for February 23-24. CM Mann stated the water and journey sports activities may also be promoted within the state, alongside the routes leaving to fashionable hill locations in neighbouring Himachal Pradesh.