CM at AJAKS’ convention on 125th birth anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar
Bhopal, December 14, 2015 (Muslim Saleem): Reservation in the state will also be given in ad hoc recruitment. Arrangements of buildings will be made in the district where AJAKS has no building for its office. This was stated by Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that state convention of Anusuchit Jati Evam Janjati Adhikari Karmchari Sangh (AJAKS) on 125th birth anniversary of Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar at Gwalior today. Mr. Chouhan said that reservation will never be abolished in the state. Mr. Chouhan said that the state government would also meet other demands included in AJAKS’ memorandum. The function was presided over by Union Steel and Mining Minister Mr. Narendra Singh Tomar.
The Chief Minister Mr. Chouhan said that Baba Saheb was such a Son on India, who made Constitution as national religion. State government is following path shown by Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. Mr. Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh’s growth rate is maximum in the country. The state government is committed to ensuring that benefit of this development reaches equally to scheduled castes and tribes. The Chief Minister said that backlog vacancies in the state will be filled up within time-limit. Government servants of reserved classes will be promoted by holding departmental promotion committees. Its review will be undertaken by the Chief Secretary.
Rules for promotion on seniority basis will also be implemented strictly. He would himself undertake review every 6 months. He also directed to pay attention to reservation to SC, ST government servants in field posting. Mr. Chouhan also laid emphases on safeguarding interests of scheduled caste people in appointments of sanitary workers. The Chief Minister informed that 30 thousand girls and boys belonging to SCs and STs are studying staying in cities at government expenses.
It has also been ensured that fee is not demanded from SC, ST students at the time of admission in government educational institutions. Fee will be reimbursed by the state government. The government is considering to extend benefit of scheme for higher education abroad to students of reserved classes. The Chief Minister said that the government has chalked out Land Reform Commission. The government is committed to providing a residential plot to every needy person.