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Chandigarh Authorities Staff To Get Central Advantages


Amit Shah's Plan For Chandigarh Government Employees Riles Punjab Parties

«This was a protracted pending demand of workers of the Chandigarh administration,» Amit Shah mentioned.


Union Dwelling Minister Amit Shah’s announcement that workers of the Chandigarh Union Territory administration will the identical advantages as Central authorities workers has had the political events in Punjab — the ruling Aam Aadmi Celebration and the opposition Akali Dal and Congress — up in arms. All alleged that it dilutes Punjab’s declare on Chandigarh and is towards the spirit of federalism. AAP alleged it was a panic response by the BJP after its huge victory within the state.

Earlier on Sunday, Mr Shah mentioned the service circumstances of workers of the Chandigarh UT administration shall be aligned to that of the central civil providers, which can enhance their retirement age and permit extra baby care depart to girls.

Declaring that the staff are going to «profit in a giant manner,» Mr Shah mentioned «the retirement age of workers within the Union Territory will now go up from 58 to 60 years. Girls workers will now get baby care depart of two years from the present one yr.

Inaugurating a slew of initiatives of the Chandigarh Police, Mr Shah made the announcement, saying it was a «lengthy pending demand of workers of the Chandigarh administration».

«Right now, the Modi authorities has made a giant choice… Tomorrow a notification shall be issued and from the upcoming monetary yr (April 1) you’ll get the profit,» Mr Shah mentioned.

Whereas there was no response from Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann or his ministers, senior AAP chief and Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia mentioned that BJP is «scared» of the rise of AAP.

«From 2017 to 2022 Congress dominated Punjab. Amit Shah did not take away Chandigarh powers then. As quickly as AAP fashioned Govt in Punjab, Amit Shah took away Chandigarh’s providers,» Mr Sisodia tweeted.

AAP had earlier accused the Centre of making an attempt to regulate the bureaucrats in Delhi. The matter is pending within the Supreme court docket.

In a tweet, Shiromani Akali Dal chief Daljit Singh Cheema mentioned, «MOH’s (Ministry of Dwelling Affairs) choice to impose central authorities guidelines on workers of Chandigarh is in violation of the spirit of the Punjab Reorg (Reorganisation) Act and should be reconsidered.»

«This implies denial of proper of Capital to Punjab for ever. After adjustments within the BBMB (Bhakra Beas Administration Board) guidelines, that is one other huge blow to the rights of Punjab,» learn one other tweet.

Mr Cheema later instructed the media that Chandigarh being the joint capital of Punjab and Haryana, an «adhoc association of UT (Union Territory) was made».

«Sixty per cent workers are of Punjab and the remainder of Haryana… on the time of reorganisation, it was agreed that Punjab authorities guidelines could be relevant on workers of the UT. This choice of the Centre is dictatorial and has been taken with out consulting the state of Punjab,» he was quoted as saying by information company Press Belief of India.

«Right now’s choice is a conspiracy to dilute Punjab’s declare on Chandigarh. We oppose it,» he mentioned, including «the choice is towards the spirit of federalism».

Congress chief Sukhpal Singh Khaira mentioned his get together additionally condemns the choice.

«We strongly condemn dictatorial choice of BJP to usurp upon the rights of Punjab over management of Chandigarh. It belongs to Punjab and this unilateral choice will not be solely a direct assault on federalism but additionally assault on Punjab’s share of 60 per cent management over UT,» he tweeted.

Mr Khaira additionally tweeted that «I want to remind BJP, Chandigarh is a disputed territory with Punjab’s declare justified by Rajiv-Longowal Accord… Its a deceit and dishonest by non lower than a authorities».




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