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M’laya seek funds to implement 4th pay commission
Correspondent SHILLONG, JUL 1:
Published on 2 Jul. 2009 12:07 AM IST
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The Meghalaya government has decided to seek central assistance of Rs 500 crore for implementation of the Fourth Pay Commission recommendations. “The state will need additional fund to implement the Fourth Pay Commission recommendations,” chief minister DD Lapang said. He said a ministerial team headed by him would soon meet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee and Planning Commission members to request for allotment of funds to the state. “We our committed to implement the recommendations Fourth Pay Commission and we are following up the issue with utmost sincerity to fulfill our promises,” the Chief Minister said. Apart from seeking funds for the Fourth Pay Commission, the team of minister will also seek additional funds for other departments to implement the pending developmental projects and schemes and to clear lots of liabilities running to several crore of rupees and to meet the state’s financial requirements.

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