Pays compensation to dependants of martyred jawans
Ranchi, Oct 26: During his two-day visit in Sahibganj district, chief minister Hemant Soren reiterated his promises of providing large scale employment.
Talking to reporters, Hemant Soren said that the recruitment process will be started on a large scale by November 15 or December.
“I remember the promise to celebrate the year 2021 as the year of appointment. The government is already giving appointments to the people. From the time of Covid period till now, work has been done to connect many people with employment. The women of Jharkhand working in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, where she used to get only Rs 6000, have rescued them and given them jobs up to Rs 10,000,” said Soren.
Attacking the previous BJP government, the CM said that in the past, government did not let native-tribal got their rights in this state.
“The result was that bulk of the people from other states were recruited in Jharkhand. The fate of the sixth JPSC in the entire five years of the previous government, it is not hidden from anyone. Our government made the rules of JPSC and gave a chance to more than 4 lakh children to take the exam. This is a record. So many children in the country have not applied so much in any examination. Now very soon the next JPSC exam will be conducted,” said Soren.
Hemant Soren said that he has already directed all the officers of the department to prepare a manual by October 30 and start the work of giving appointment after passing it through the cabinet.
In a meeting with the department of personnel, administrative reforms and Rajbhasa, the CM has fixed the time line to publish the advertisement for reinstatement by removing the discrepancies in the service rules related to appointment and service conditions in all the departments by 31 October.
Earlier, Hemant Soren honoured 15 constables for best performance in the examination conducted after training at the JAP-9 ground in Sahibganj following inspection of the passing out parade of the trainee constables.
The Chief Minister told the trainee constables that whatever you have learned in the basic training program, you will make good use of it in the discharge of your tasks and responsibilities.
The chief minister expressed happiness that out of 502 constables who have received basic training, 94 are women. This shows that women empowerment is being promoted in the police department.
On this occasion, the Chief Minister presented the appointment letter to Namrata Kumari, the dependent of the martyred soldier of Sahibganj, Kundan Kumar Ojha, who was martyred in an encounter with the Chinese Army on 16 June 2020 in Galwan Valley. The dependants been given martyr assistance amount of Rs 10 lakh earlier.
The Chief Minister presented an ex-gratia of Rs.10 lakh to Vandana Oraon, the dependent of Kuldeep Oraon, who was martyred in an encounter with terrorists in Srinagar on July 2, 2020. She is already working in Bengal Police. Chief Minister provided an ex-gratia grant of 10 lakhs to MNitai Kumari, a dependent of Munna Yadav (CRPF), a resident of Sahibganj, martyred in a militant attack in Chhattisgarh in May last year.