The Gehlot cabinet in Rajasthan has decided that children orphaned due to Covid-19 will be given government jobs once they grow up to the admissible age.
In another major decision to woo the state employees just before the assembly polls after two months, the cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot decided that on completion of 9, 18 and 27 years of service, government employees will be given increased pay at par with the 1992 system. Amendment in the rules for this was approved in the cabinet. Now due to a change in rules, government employees will get more money in promotion.
Among other decisions is the opening of Rajasthan State Sports Institute in Jodhpur. Training sessions will be conducted for players in this institute. Training sessions will also be organised here to prepare for the Olympic Games. The Governing Board of Rajasthan State Sports Institute will be constituted. The Chief Secretary will be its chairman while the Principal Secretary or Secretary of Youth and Sports Department will be its vice chairman. The institute director will be the Member Secretary.
It was also decided in the Kanhaiya Lal murder case of Udaipur, jobs would be given to two youths of Rajsamand who caught the accused while they were fleeing after the brutal killing. Both the youth had not received any help till now.
The government will run the closed government pharmaceutical factory RDPL (Rajasthan Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Limited), Jaipur. This factory in VKI, Jaipur has been closed for the last four years. There is a partnership on this between central and state governments.
The cabinet also decided to allot land at affordable rates to more than 200 social organisations. These institutions will have to pay only 10 per cent of the reserved rate.
An army’s composite aviation base will be built in Ramgarh, Jaisalmer and about 880 bighas will be allotted to the Army to build a composite aviation base in Netsi village in Ramgarh.
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