Rakesh Chaturvedi, Bhopal. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has made a big announcement today at the Motilal Nehru Stadium in the capital Bhopal. CM Shivraj while addressing the employment assistants in the conference program of employment assistants said that till now you people used to get 9000 salary, there has been a slight delay but now you will get 18 thousand salary. That is, the salary of employment assistants has doubled in MP.
Mahapanchayat of Employment Assistant Employees Union tomorrow in the capital: CM Shivraj can make a big announcement, these are the main demands
Let us tell you that today a conference of employment assistants was called at Motilal Nehru Stadium in Bhopal. About 20 thousand employment assistants from all over the state had gathered in the conference. Employment assistants have been demanding to increase their honorarium for a long time. Today CM Shivraj has accepted the demands of employment assistants and has announced to increase the honorarium.
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Along with this, CM Shivraj said in the conference that the service of employment assistants will not end, departmental inquiry will be done in case of mistake. The CM said that voluntary holidays and government holidays would also be given to employment assistants. On the other hand, maternity leave and paternity leave will also be given along with 50 percent reservation on the recruitment of panchayat secretaries.
These were the main demands of the Employment Assistant Employees Union
– District cadre should be given considering it as an employee of the government.
30 thousand salary should be given like Panchayat secretaries.
– Medical insurance ₹ 500000 should be done.
– Gratitude assistance ₹ 500000 should be given.
Direct promotion to the post of Panchayat secretaries by taking departmental examination
Make a transfer policy
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