No extension of staff beyond 58 in Punjab: the Tribune India
Tribune press service
Morinda, October 3
Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi today announced that government employees will not benefit from an extension of service after reaching the age of 58. The move will allow young people to secure government jobs.
Addressing a state-level public meeting here to hand out debt relief certificates to farm laborers and landless farmers, in addition to launching a pilot project to use drone technology to map numerically the rural properties in the segment of the Chamkaur Sahib Assembly as part of the Lal Lakir mission, the CM said the government had already decided to forgo loans in the amount of Rs 520 crore of 2.85 lakh farm workers and landless farmers with regard to the principal amount of their cooperative loans as at July 31, 2017 and interest on the amount until March 6. 2019.
He further announced a host of development projects for the region, including a bridge costing Rs 114 crore over the Sutlej, connecting the Bela-Paniali road to the national road 344-A, two sports stadiums in Raipur. and Tripari, in addition to the upgrade. of Chamkaur Sahib Civil Hospital.
Later speaking to the media, Channi claimed that the name of the Punjab Police Director General (DGP) had not yet been finalized. His reaction came after further objections were raised by CCP leader Navjot Sidhu, who recently resigned his post following the appointment of DGP Iqbal Preet Singh Sahota and General Counsel APS Deol.
He said that after the term of former DGP Dinkar Gupta ended, the names of all senior police officials who had completed 30 years of service were sent to the Center in accordance with the rules. âThe Center will choose three names from the list of officers who have completed 30 years of service. From these, the name of the new DGP will be finalized, also after appropriate consultations with the head of the CPC as well as ministers and deputies, âsaid the CM.