Saturday, December 6, 2008

Manipur Govt process on for implementation of 6th Pay Commission

The state government has initiated the process for implementation of the 6th Pay Commission in the state by seeking the pay structures and formalities in connection with the pay commision from all heads of departments under the state government.
According to a highly placed official source, various state departments including the state finance department, transport department, DIPR, health and family welfare department, MAHUD, department for development ot tribals and scheduled castes, cooperation department, Home Guards, minor irrigation department, CADA, SCERT, state lottery, labour, employment exchange, forest and environment, YAS, law and legislative affairs, state excise, economics and statistics, planning, fire services, IFCD, horticulture and soil conservation, science and technology, manpower planning, development department (monitoring cell), civil defence, commerce and industries have already completed submitting the formalities to the state government.
However, there are many major departments like the police, MR and IRB battalions including MPTS, NAB, CMTW, MPCR, vigilance, MPR, Raj Bhavan, GAD workers, agriculture, RD and PR, PHED, power, education, taxation, prosecution, adult education, weights and Measures, MPSC, MOBC, State Academy of Training, arts and culture, sericulture, fisheries, printing and stationery (Government Press), relief and disaster management, family court, special court (NDPS), district and sessions judge (Manipur east and west), treasuries and accounts, institutional finance, small savings, finance commission cell and some other departments which have failed to submit the formalities to the state government for initiating the process of the 6th Pay Commission in various departments.
The official source said that such non-compliance by the concerned heads of departments in not submitting the format of pay scales of the respective employees had led to the delay in implementation of various major activities of the state government, especially the process of implementation of the 6th Pay Commission in the state.
It may be mentioned that the ongoing ceasework strike being undertaken since November 27 by the Joint Administrative Council of the All Manipur Trade Unions Council, AMTUC, and the All Manipur Government Employees Organization, AMGEO, had brought all government departments to a virtual standstill. 
There are no department bill clearances or files processed following the indefinite strike called by the JAC protesting against the non implementation of the 6th Pay Commission allowances and other related benefits for the state employees.
A statement of the JAC stated that the ceasework strike had entered the eight day today as a result of which many government offices in both the hills and valley remained paralysed. There is possibility that the strike would be joined by the employees of essential services department, the JAC added.

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