Top News

Hi Bureaucrats



News & Views

Star of the week

BJP govt in Chhattisgarh agrees for pay arrear from January 1, 2006

Raipur, August 28, 2008: Succumbing to the pressure from three lakh employees of Chhattisgarh just ahead of the state Assembly election, Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today accepted the demands and agreed to pay the arrears to the government employees from January 1, 2006 and not from September 2008, as announced earlier.

"The Chief Minister had agreed to implement the recommendations of the Six Pay Commission from January 1, 2006,' a state government release said here today.

The Chief Secretary P Joy Oommen had a discussion with the Chief Minister and others after the state employees threatened to go on strike if their demand to implement the pay from January 1, 2006 was not implemented.

The employees can not accept the date of recommendation from September 2008 as announced yesterday and like the Centre and others it should be implemented from January 1, 2006 else they would be forced to go on strike, the Convenor of the Chhattisgarh Employees and Officers Joint Forum, Subhash Mishra and others had clearly told the Chief Secretary during a meeting.

However, the employees have left the matters with the Chief Minister to decide in how many installments the arrears would be paid to them, Mishra said.

Three lakh employees of the state had gone on day long strike on August 21 last while paralysing the works in all government offices and institutions demanding the implementation of the recommendation of the Six Pay Commission.

Rajat Kumar new Addnl Resident Commissioner Delhi


Raipur, September 24, 2016: Chhattisgarh government has appointed Rajat Kumar as the new Additional Resident Commissioner at New Delhi. The 2005 batch IAS, Rajat Kumar,

read more

Rajesh Sukumar Toppo full time DPR Chhattisgarh


Raipur, September 24, 2016: Rajesh Sukumar Toppo was today given a warm farewell by the SC and ST Welfare Department. In a special function at Mantralaya, Department off

read more