Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Sixth Pay to be implemented in toto in M.P.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced here on Tuesday that the recommendations of Sixth Pay Commission would be implemented in toto in the state. Talking at the felicitation programme at the garden in front of the State Secretariat, he said that the state government is playing a big role for the development of the state and welfare of the people. The government will make them happy, and not frustrated, he said.

Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh is rich in minerals and other resources. To make the state as one of the most progressed in the country the officers and employees have a great role to play. He has given oath to the assembled officers and employees to co-operate with the government for making it as one of the most progressed state.

The programme was organised on the 'Engineers Day'. On this occasion the chief minister announced that from next year onwards the state government would honour the engineer who does good work. Water Resources Minister Anoop Mishra who was special guest on the occasion said that Shivraj Singh Chouhan is the first chief minister to whom 15 lakh employees and officers trusts.

Convenor of the programme and organiser of the officers-employees joint action committee Shiv Singh Tomar stated that with the employee-friendly decisions the trust of the employees and officers in the chief minister has doubled.

Madhya Pradesh Diploma Engineers Association President Rajendra Singh Bhadoria in his welcome address has termed the decision of the chief minister as 'historic' and commended the chief minister for his generous attitude. State Employees Federation General Secretary Gyanprakash Tiwari also spoke on the occasion.

On this occasion the chief minister honoured as best regional unit of Diploma Engineers Association's Ujjain unit president Suresh Dwivedi, as best district unit (Damoh Unit)president KG Parashar and Association's office secretary DK Malviya for his special contribution. They have been given certificates.

At the outset the chief minister and other guests began the programme by lighting the traditional lamp. Rajendra Bhadoria, Shiv Singh Tomar and Gyanprakash Tiwari welcomed the chief minister with flower garlands. Statue of Swami Vivekanand was given to Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Anoop Mishra as memento.

The programme, organised on the birth anniversary of Padmashri Vishweshwarayya, office bearers of different employees organisations including Dr RK Chourasia, Ajay Shrivastava Neelu, Dr RL Singh, RP Upadhyaya, Ramnath Solanki, Narendra Khare, Rajendra Parashar, OP Gour, Dinesh Sharma, Sanjay Rathore, Satmani Sharma, Mohd Salim Qureshi, Rajkumar Patel, Kamal Gour, Sunil Saxena, RK Tiwsari, Arun Verma, Prakash Chandwani, RC Gupta, Dr DK Rai, Dr Nilesh Desai, Ajit Rai, Ashok Tyagi, Azim Khan, Brajendra Sharma, RS Kushwaha, Rakesh ?Walia, Rajesh Shrivastava, SK Maske, KSS Bais, PS Parihar, Sanjay Awasthi, Arun Dwivedi, Rajendra Shukla, Hemant Bahadur Singh Parihar, Chandrashekhar Vyas, Mohd Yunus Khan, GS Solanki, Baldev Chouragarhe, Surendra Kourav, Shailendra Sharma, BS Solanki, Shivpal Singh, Raman Bhatnagar, Devendra Bhadoria, JP Patel, S Karanjgaonkar, RK Vyas, RB Singh, Brajendra Sharma and Kailash Chandra Parashar have welcomed. Employees welfare council president Arvind Shrivastava and officers and employees in large number were present on the occasion.

 Source : Central Cronicle - Bhopal.

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