Tarun Reflex

September 8, 2008

Sixth Pay Commission | Madhya Pradesh Govt to implement Sixth Pay Commission from Sept 1

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here Sunday announced that the state government employees will get ‘enhanced salary’ as per the recommendations of Sixth Pay Commission from September 1.
“The state government employees will get the enhanced salary on October 1 (for the month of September), as per the recommendations of the Sixth Pay Commission,” Chouhan told reporters after performing puja at the Omkareshwar temple, one of the 12 Jyotirlings in the country.
Chouhan was in the town as part of his ongoing ‘Janahirwad Yatra’ in the state.
Referring to the poll issues in the coming assembly elections, he said the ruling party will seek people’s decisive mandate on the twin issues of “development and people’s welfare”.
He highlighted his government’s achievement’s in the last four and a half years and claimed that what his party’s government has done for the people during the period, Congress was unable to do the same in the last 50 years of its rule.
Regarding India’s achievement in negotiating the nuclear deal with the Nuclear Supply Group (NSG) he said that the country has the right to conduct nuclear tests and that nobody would be able to take away from it.
To a question, he said that laws are there because of people and not vice-versa, therefore any law which obstructs the development of the people will be changed and added that his government has changes several such laws during its tenure.

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