Assembly passes budgetary demands of GAD and Aviation departments

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Mar 2017 11:50:51


Staff Reporter,

Minister of State for General Administration Department (GAD) and Aviation Department, Lal Singh Arya told that to bring happiness on faces of poor people, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan formed ‘Department of Happiness’. After the reply of Arya, Assembly passed the budget demands of GAD and Aviation departments with voice votes.


In his reply, Lal Singh Arya told that budget of GAD has been increased 14 per cent more in comparison to last financial year. Under special recruitment drive, 55023 posts were filled till 2015. New recruitment is being done through the medium of PSC and Vyapam.


As many as 677 posts of special backward tribal caste have been filled. Apart from this, the posts reserved for “Divyang” have been also filled. Throw walk in interview, 837 such posts have been filled. Special campaign has been launched to give caste certificates from schools. More than one crore caste certificates have been prepared under digital laminated process.


A respectable name ‘Loktantra Senani’ has been given to ‘Misa Bandi’. Meanwhile, honorarium amount of 2604 Loktantra Senani and 750 Freedom Fighters has been increased to Rs 25,000. Besides, rules related to redressal of cases pertaining to appointment on compassionate grounds are being simplified.


To provide chances to state’s youths in direct recruitment, the age limit of persons belonging to outside Madhya Pradesh has been reduced to 35 years from 40 years. The discretionary fund of Chief Minister, which used to be Rs 5.10 crore in 2003-04, has been now increased to Rs 70 crore.


The name of Madhya Pradesh Administration Academy comes after Dehradun in country. Air strips have been constructed at strategic places and at tourism places. Through CM helpline, 28,000 cases have been solved and 113 announcements of CM related to the department have been fulfilled. After this, assembly passed the budget demands of more than Rs 576 crore.