New Delhi: Forward of the Uttarakhand Meeting polls, the state authorities has accredited a 3 per cent further dearness allowance to state staff and has given approval to the distribution of cell tablets to college students of Class 10 and Class 12.
The Uttarakhand cupboard has accredited 3 per cent DA improve for workers and pensioners, in response to information company ANI. The transfer will profit 2.5 lakh staff and pensioners.
The state authorities will even deposit cash within the financial institution accounts of eligible college students via Direct Profit Switch (DBT) to purchase tablets. The scheme will value the exchequer over Rs190 crore yearly.
Other than this, the state has additionally cleared a proposal to publish bilingual books in Garhwali, Kumaoni, Jaunsari, Gurmukhi, Bangla language for Class 1 to Class 5, in response to a report in Hindustan Occasions. The state’s cupboard, chaired by chief minister Pushkar Sigh Dhami accredited a complete of 41 proposals, in response to the report. The state authorities has additionally given its nod for the free switch of 11.350 hectares of state land for using the Military (119, Infantry Bridge Group) in village Gunji in Pithoragarh to the defence ministry.
Furthermore, the BJP-led state authorities additionally accredited Uttarakhand Ayurvedic Yoga and Naturopathy Assistant Companies Guidelines, 2021, modification in Rehabilitation Coverage 2011 for rehabilitation of disaster-affected households.
It additionally gave clearance to Uttarakhand Sanskrit Training Guidelines, 2021, allotment of land for the proposed site visitors city plan in Udham Singh Nagar’s Rudrapur together with the institution of Vishwa Bharati Central College Campus at Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore High in Nainital Ramgarh.
Final week, the UP authorities additionally elevated DA from the present 28 per cent to 31 per cent. The Yogi Adityanath-led authorities has rolled out the DA hike retrospectively, with impact from July 2021, and the earlier arrears will likely be transferred to the workers’ Provident Fund account.