New Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami convened the first meeting of the cabinet on the night after the swearing-in ceremony and has stamped on many important issues. After taking the oath, in the cabinet meeting held in the secretariat under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, 22 thousand posts of government jobs have been filled. The proposal to give was approved. Along with this, it was decided to constitute a cabinet sub-committee to give the benefit of equal pay for equal work to about 20 thousand sub-divisional employees.
On Sunday evening, the first cabinet meeting was held at the secretariat within hours after Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and ministers were sworn in. In which by taking decisions on many important decisions, CM Dhami made his intention clear regarding the unemployed and the development of the state. The cabinet took decisions on many important decisions related to providing employment to unemployed youth and the development of the state.
The cabinet also approved the proposal to give jobs to more than 22 thousand posts in various departments. Apart from this, decisions were also taken on six resolution proposals regarding the interest and development of the state. Approval was given to constitute a sub-committee on the grade pay proposal of constables in the police department.
Government Spokesperson and Cabinet Minister Subodh Uniyal said that in the first meeting of the Council of Ministers, important decisions were taken regarding employment and self-employment in the interest of unemployed youth. Along with this, important decisions have been taken for the development and needs of the state.
कल शपथ ग्रहण समारोह के पश्चात चुने गए मंत्रिमंडल के साथी सदस्यों के साथ बैठक कर उन्हें बधाई दी।
साथ ही उत्तराखंड प्रदेश के समग्र विकास और विभिन्न मुद्दों पर चर्चा कर आगे की कार्य-योजना की रूपरेखा तैयार की गई। pic.twitter.com/6jyY8E0GhB
— Pushkar Singh Dhami (@pushkardhami) July 5, 2021
The government will fill vacant posts and connect youth with employment: Pushkar Singh Dhami
After taking the oath, CM Pushkar Singh Dhami said that he will fulfill the expectations of the youth and the party from him. The government will fill the vacant posts in the departments and will work to connect the youth with employment.
No effect on the election
On the question of the effect of making three chief ministers in five years on the upcoming assembly elections, he said that it will not have any effect. The central and state governments have done a lot in Uttarakhand. He said that we will take those works to the public.
Will give relief to the people
Due to Covid in the state, the livelihood of the people has been badly affected. It will be the endeavor of the government to bring it on track. People will be given relief.
I am aware of the problems of the state
Talking to the media for the first time after taking oath as the Chief Minister, he said that he was born in a military family. He studied up to the fifth standard in the frontier Pithoragarh district. Whereas Khatima, adjacent to the Indo-Nepal border area, is his workplace. He is well aware of the problems of the state.
Vacant and backlog posts will be filled in departments
The government will work not as a government but as a partner of the people. He said that vacant and backlog posts in the departments would be filled.
To be able to work at full capacity, so increased stature
On the question of three ministers of the state being made cabinet ministers, he said that all are capable of one-to-one, they have been promoted so that everyone can work to their full potential. Its results will be seen in the coming time.
Forget the old things
When asked about one of his controversial speeches going viral on social media, he said that these are old things, forget it.
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