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Nankhari to brought under SADA: CM

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Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh while addressing a public meeting at Nankhari in Shimla district today announced to bring Nankhari under Special Area Development Authority (SADA) to ensure planned development of the area with proper sewerage system and other basic facilities. He said that the Sub divisional Magistrate (SDM) Rampur would be the chairman of the committee and all the designs/maps pertaining to construction would be passed by him.

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The Chief Minister said that a metalled road would be constructed from Nankhari till the college at a cost of Rs 20 crore and in terrace pattern, so that the coming generations may have better educational facilities near to their homes.

He said that the Government during its present tenure had opened as many as 15 colleges in the far-flung and rural areas of the State and provision for adequate funding for the same had been also made. He said that it was the need of the hour to provide quality education to the girl child in the State and the Government was endeavouring to open more educational Institutions in the rural and far flung areas.

The Chief Minister said that if a girl child was educated; the whole society was educated adding that the Government would ensure that colleges have enough teaching staff. He expressed happiness that as many as 600 children were studying in the College in the remote Shillai area and out of the total children, 400 were girls. “ I feel elated to see the Girls coming forward in all fields and taking keen interest in pursuing higher education, which otherwise would have been a distant dream for them, if the present government had not opened educational institutions in tribal and far flung areas”, he said.

He said that all functional posts of the teachers would be filled up and even the school management committees were empowered to keep teachers where necessary.

Virbhadra Singh said that as many as 13 senior secondary schools were functioning in and around Nankhari, which boasts of the achievements of the Government in strengthening the education sector. “ Sab Pade, Sab Badein”, this is the motto of our Government and people should come forward to educate the girl child, so as to educate the society as a whole, said the Chief Minister. He said that the admissions to colleges in the urban areas would now be limited so that the children may study in colleges opened near to their homes and not rush to towns and cities spending a lot.

Raising concern over the encroachments on government land in few areas in the State, the Chief Minister cautioned that the forest Land should not be misutilized for personal benefits.Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Nand Lal while speaking on the occasion said that Tikkar-Kahamadi road work had been awarded and the work on it will soon commence. He thanked the CM for appointing Block Medical Officer in Nankhari and said that the irrigational facilities provided in the area were sufficient enough. He thanked the Chief Minister for giving consent for a proper place for a market at Nankhari.

Darshan Singh Thakur, former Block President Congress thanked the Chief Minister for the development works being carried out in the area.

Devender Thakur, Pradhan Gram Panchayat Nankhari, welcomed the Chief Minister and also forwarded the demands of the area.

President Congress Zone Nankhari, Rajinder Chauhan also spoke on the occasion and thanked the Chief Minister for laying foundation stones and inauguration of projects worth 20.45 crore. He also thanked the Chief Minister for carrying out other development works in the area.

Kesar Singh Mehta, President Nankhari Valley Truck Operator Union presented a cheque of Rupees one lakh one thousand towards the Chief Minister Relief Fund and President, Beopar Mandal Nankhari, Darshan Thakur also contributed a sum of Rs 51 thousand towards the CM Relief Fund.

Earlier, the Chief Minister inaugurated Forest Complex constructed at a cost of Rs 45 lakh at Nankhari and also laid foundation stone of Government Degree College, Nankhari to be constructed at a cost of Rs 20 crore.

Chairman Kailash Federation, . Brij Lal, District Congress President (Rural), Kehar Singh Khachi, Block Congress President, Rampur, Satish Verma, Chairperson, Panchayat Samiti Nankhari Smt. Krishna Devi, Vice President Panchayat Samiti Nankhari, Rajeev Thakur, Pradhans and up-Pradhans of nearby Panchayats, Deputy Commissioner, Dinesh Malhotra, Superintendent of Police, D.W Negi and other senior officers of the district were also present on the occasion amongst others.

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Kasauli Shootout: IPS Mohit Chawla with 4 other officials suspended, 9 others charge-sheeted

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Solan: The Himachal Pradesh Government has today suspended five officials including the then Superintendent of Police, Solan, with immediate effect as a disciplinary action against them for displaying negligent, unprofessional, and unconcerned attitude while discharging their duties in Kasauli firing incident. The suspensions came on the recommendation of inquiry report submitted by Divisional Commissioner, Shimla.

Along with Mohit Chawla, Ramesh Sharma, the then SDPO Parwanoo, Jagpal Singh, Naib Tehsildar, Kasauli,  Madan Singh SHO Dharampur and Dalip Singh SHO Kasauli were also suspended. 

An action is being initiated against Mohit Chawala IPS under all India Services (Discipline and Appeal) Rules, 1969.

The Government is also initiating disciplinary action against nine more officials under CCS (CCA) Rules, 1965 and action will be taken accordingly. These include HC Nagender PP Sairy, HHC Hem Raj PS Darlaghat, Constable Sanjeev PS Dharampur, Constable Sunil PS Dharmpur, L.C. Champa PS Dharampur, LC Usha PS Dharampur, LC Sharda, PS Dharampur, Constable Ishwar PL Solan and Constable Narinder PL Solan.

On May 1, 208, a guest house owner in Kasauli area of Solan district had shot dead an Assistant Planner of the State Town and Country Planning Department, Shail Bala, and injured a worker of the HP PWD, who later died at the hospital. 

The victims were part of the team that had reached the Naryani Guest House to conduct demolition of the illegally constructed building as directed by the Supreme  Court of India on April 17, 2018.

The accused Vijay Singh had fled the spot despite the presence of heavy and armed police officials. He was later arrested on a tip-off from the family

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HP Cabinet Decisions May 2018: Govt to fill up 333 posts in HP NHM, relax conditions for full pension, launch 2 schemes

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Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh Cabinet meeting, held on today on May 24, 2018, under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, decided to give its approval to relax the condition prospectively for grant of full pension on completion of 33 years of qualifying service to all class-III and class-IV government employees who seek voluntary/premature retirement by modifying the notification issued by Finance Department on November 11, 2014.

Earlier, the State Government vide notification referred above has inserted a provision that the Government employees seeking voluntary/premature retirement in their own interest and have rendered minimum service of 20 years but less than 33 years shall be entitled to pro-rata pension against 33 years. Meaning thereby, such government employees shall be entitled to get a full pension only on completion of 33 years of qualifying service.

It also gave nod to the draft notification of ‘Mukhya Mantri Swavlamban Yojana- 2018.  The scheme, the Government claimed, would promote self-employment opportunities in the State and provide livelihood to local youth by encouraging local entrepreneurship.

 It also decided to launch ‘Himachal Grihni Suvidha Yojna’ for women empowerment and environmental conservation in the State. Under this scheme, the State Government would provide security for LPG connections and Gas Stove to remaining households which were not covered under ‘Ujjawala’ Scheme being run by the Central Government.

Jobs in Various HP Government Departments

The Government would fill up 333 posts of different categories on contract basis in National Health Mission, Himachal Pradesh.  Other than this, it was decided to fill up following posts in various departments:

  • 38 posts of teaching staff to man some of the educational institutions
  • 15 vacant posts of staff nurses in Kamla Nehru Mother and Child State Hospital, Shimla
  • 10 posts of drivers in Agriculture Department on a daily wage basis
  • 7 posts of Welfare Organizers in Sainik Welfare Department on a contract basis
  • 6 posts of Manual Assistant in Weight and Measure Organization of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Department on contract basis through direct recruitment
  • 7 vacant posts of Junior Office Assistant (IT) in Scheduled Caste, Other Backwards Classes, Minorities and Specially Abled Empowerment Department through Himachal Pradesh Staff Selection Commission Hamirpur on a contract basis
  • 4 posts of Junior Office Assistant (IT) on contract basis through direct recruitment in Electrical Inspectorate of MPP and Power Department
  • 5 posts of various categories in Panchayati Raj Department to man the Camp Office at Thunag in Home Constituency of the Chief Minister
  • One post pharmacist each and one post class-IV employee each in Primary Health Centres at Buhar, Marotan, Gahgori, Guru Ka Lahaur, Malyawar and Rishikesh in Bilaspur district and PHC Chakmoh in Hamirpur district

Regarding Education/Schools 

The annual scholarship under ‘Dr. Ambedkar Medhavi Chhatravriti Yojna’ has been increased from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 12000. It also increased the number of students eligible for this scholarship in Class XI and XII from 2000 to 2500.

The Government has decided to fill up posts to match the need of some school, which were upgraded in the meeting. These institutes include Government Middle School, Jhudowal in Una district that was upgraded to Government High School and Government Middle Schools Piplagaloo, Naun, Janjhar and Burahta in Mandi district which were also upgraded to Government High Schools. It also decided to upgrade Government High School Tarour in Mandi district to Government Senior Secondary School, Government High Schools, Churdi and Sasan in Una district to Senior Secondary Schools.

Regarding HP Panchayati Raj Institutions

The Cabinet gave its approval to increase the honorarium of the following office bearers of Panchayati Raj Institutions in the State:

  • For Chairman Zila Parishad from Rs. 8000 to Rs. 11000
  • For Vice Chairman of Zila Parishad from Rs. 6000 to Rs. 7500
  • For Member Zila Parishad from Rs. 3500 to Rs. 4500
  • For Chairman Panchayat Samiti from 5,000 to Rs. 6500
  • For Vice Chairman, Panchayat Samiti from Rs. 3500 to Rs. 4500
  • For Member Panchayat Samiti from 3000 to Rs. 4000,
  • For Pradhan Gram Panchayat from Rs. 3000 to Rs. 4000
  • For Up Pradhan Gram Panchayat from Rs. 2200 to Rs. 2500

Similarly, meeting allowance of member Gram Panchayat has been enhanced to Rs. 240 per meeting from existing Rs. 225 with maximum two meetings in a month.

Regarding Anganwari Workers/Helpers

The Government has enhanced State share of the honorarium of anganwari workers from Rs. 1450 to Rs. 1750, anganwari helpers from Rs. 600 to Rs.900 and mini anganwari workers from Rs. 750 to Rs. 1050 per month.

With this enhancement, now the anganwari workers will get an honorarium of Rs. 4750, anganwari helpers will get Rs. 2400 and mini anganwari workers will receive an honorarium of Rs. 3300 per month.

Related to Power

The Cabinet while reviewing the departmental working of MPP and Power Department decided to make electricity complaint system more effective, especially the installation of new connections. It also stressed to bring distribution losses on zero basis. It also stressed to form quick action team at the divisional level.

It also emphasized the need for making arrangements of Solar cookers in Mid Day meal programme and anganwari centres.

It stressed the need to solve the problem of low voltage and inventory system should be adopted so that there is no shortage.

The Cabinet also decided to open Health Sub Centre at Gram Panchayat Tharu and upgrade Primary Health Centre Baroh to Community Health Centre in Kangra district alongwith creation and filling up of requisite posts to manage these health institutes.

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HP Govt’s Jan Manch programme for on spot grievance redressal to be launched on 26 May

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Shimla: Amid Himachal Pradesh Government’s miserable state of public grievance redressal services, the State Government informed here today that in order to bring more efficiency in administration and ensuring good governance, the Government will be organizing ‘ Jan Manch ‘ programmes across the state.

This programme will be launched from Peterhoff in Shimla at 11 am on May 26, 2018, in the State Level Function.

Jan Manch programmes will be organised in remote areas of every district where Ministers will be present along with officers of all departments. They will hear the problems of people and try to resolve issues on the spot, informed the Spokesman.

He said that the main objective of this programme is to bridge the gap between people and government and to redress the grievances of the people at their doorsteps.

He said it will reduce the labour and efforts of people of remote areas who travel long distances to reach district and state headquarters for getting various services.

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