KCR decides to hold another cabinet meeting on Crucial Issues Soon
Amidst the talk of dissolution of the assembly , Telangana State Government on Sunday decided to hold another cabinet meeting to take some crucial decisions like going to early polls, announcement of IR Interim Relief under new Pay Revision Commission PRC and sanction of new posts under the new zonal system
Hyderabad : Amidst the talk of dissolution of the assembly , Telangana State Government on Sunday decided to hold another cabinet meeting to take some crucial decisions like going to early polls, announcement of IR ( Interim Relief) under new Pay Revision Commission ( PRC) and sanction of new posts under the new zonal system.
Briefing the press after the cabinet meeting presided over by Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao at Pragati Bhavan , state Deputy Chief Minister K Srihari said that the CM will hold another cabinet meeting at the earliest and take the decisions on important issues pending before the government.
State Finance minister E Rajendar said that the cabinet approved the allotment of 71 acres of land and Rs 70 crore for the construction of ‘ Atma Gavurava Bhavanalu’ ( Self Respect Buidlings ) to all backward communities in Hyderabad. The buildings will help the communities to preserve their culture and tradition forever. 5 acres of land in addition to 10 acres already alloted to Raja Bahadur Venkata Rami Reddy Educational trust to establish hostel for reddy students in the city limits.
On the request of the Archakas, government increased the retirement age from 58 to 65, the minister said that the decision was taken keeping in mind the shortage of archakas in temples in the state. Rs 25 crore was sanctioned to pay compensation to the people of Manuwada which is to be submerged at Mid Manair dam on river Godavari . Each family will get Rs 4.25 lakh compensation . The honorarium to Gopalamitra workers in Animal husbandry department has been increased to Rs 8,500 from Rs 3,500 , he added.
State Irrigation minister T Harish Rao said that the salaries of second ANMs working in state Health department and pharmacist, lab technicians, Nurses and outsourcing workers in National Urban Health Mission has been increased to Rs 21,000 from Rs 11,000 benefitting nearly 9,000 workers. The Asha workers salaries is being hiked to Rs 7,500 from Rs 6,000 and the contract doctors salaries will be increased to Rs 40,000 from Rs 36,000 from next month.