Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced to give Seventh Pay Commission benefits to its employees soon and also to form a cabinet on employment to explore job opportunities.
“The government employees will get the benefit of seventh pay scale and cabinet on employment will be formed to explore job opportunities and facilitate eligible persons to get employment. A campaign also would be launched for this,” Chouhan said addressing a function here yesterday on the occasion of Independence Day.
The Chief Minister also said that daily wage employees will be treated like permanent employees so that they also get benefits of pay scale, pay increase and dearness allowance etc.
Besides, they would also be absorbed in other departments according to their eligibility. The dependents of those working as work charged employees will also be eligible for compassionate appointments.
Also, government employees will benefit from seventh pay scale as the amount of social security pension will increase.
The Chief Minister also noted that it needs the same passion and energy for faster development of the state as exhibited by revolutionaries during freedom movement.
He urged the citizens to discharge their duties with dedication and dedicate themselves to progress of the state with new resolutions.
Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh is the first state to have set up a Department of Happiness under which State Happiness Institute will function.