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Mumbai: Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has given great relief to all the officials in the state. Currently, in case of death of a Group C or Group D employee in the government service, the eligible member of his family is appointed in the government service on compassionate basis. Today, the state cabinet has decided to implement this compassionate policy in the case of Group A and Group B officers as well.
Several officers have died in the Kovid situation and the officers’ unions have also demanded the implementation of this compassionate policy. The Chief Minister had instructed to take action as per this demand. Accordingly, a proposal in this regard was brought in the Cabinet meeting today. The decision will be a great relief to the families of the state officials who have lost their lives due to the financial crisis.
In case of death of an officer in Group A or Group B, an eligible member of his family will be appointed in Group C or Group D on compassionate basis. Apart from this, by consolidating various orders for compassionate appointment, the Maharashtra State Government has approved to prepare Compassionate Appointment Rules 2021, which will remove the administrative difficulties regarding compassionate appointments.
Important decisions taken in the state cabinet
The policy of compassionate appointment also applies to government officials. Appoint a qualified member of the family of the deceased officer (General Administration)
Appointed District Judge (First Admission, Selection Category, Higher Time Scale) Salary Scale (Department of Law and Justice)
Amendments in the sections of State Board of Technical Education, Act-1997 (Department of Higher and Technical Education)
Asha increased the remuneration of volunteers and group promoters (Public Health Department)
Improvements in Guidelines for Opening Bank Accounts for Disbursement and Appropriation Management of Centre’s Schemes (Finance Department)
Improve prescribed investment, employment criteria and incentives for large scale projects under agri-based and food processing industries under collective promotion scheme (Department of Industries)
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