Chhattisgarh Cabinet Approves Restoration of Old Pension Scheme for Power Company Employees

Chhattisgarh Cabinet Approves Restoration of Old Pension Scheme for Power Company Employees
Chhattisgarh Cabinet Approves Restoration of Old Pension Scheme for Power Company Employees
Chhattisgarh Cabinet Approves Restoration of Old Pension Scheme for Power Company Employees
Chhattisgarh Cabinet Approves Restoration of Old Pension Scheme for Power Company Employees

Chhattisgarh Cabinet Approves Restoration of Old Pension Scheme for Power Company Employees

Chhattisgarh Cabinet Approves Restoration of Old Pension Scheme for Power Company Employees

Chhattisgarh Cabinet Approves Restoration of Old Pension Scheme for Power Company Employees

  • Cabinet Decision to Benefit Officers and Employees Appointed After January 1, 2004
  • State Mahua Board Established to Focus on Forest Produce Collection and Utilization
  • Proposed Amendments in Chhattisgarh Goods and Services Tax Ordinance Approved
  • Administrative Changes Including Additional Director Posts in Education Directorate Ratified

The Chhattisgarh cabinet, led by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, has given its approval to restore the old pension scheme for officers and employees of Chhattisgarh State Power Companies who were appointed after January 1, 2004. This significant decision was made during a cabinet meeting convened at the chief minister’s residence.

Additionally, the cabinet has endorsed the establishment of a State Mahua Board, which will focus on activities related to the collection, value addition, processing, and utilization of Mahua—a crucial forest produce collected by tribal communities. Mahua serves as a vital resource for forest-dwelling communities in the state. The board’s mandate will also extend to exploring the production of biodiesel or ethanol through Mahua.

The proposed amendments to the Chhattisgarh Goods and Services Tax (Amendment) Ordinance for the year 2023 were also given the cabinet’s green light.

Furthermore, administrative changes have been sanctioned, including the creation of two additional director positions in the Directorate of Public Instruction, Chhattisgarh Raipur.

These decisions reflect the government’s commitment to welfare and development initiatives in Chhattisgarh.

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