The federal government has determined to pay the charges for college students sponsored by the Centralised Admission Committee (Centac) for skilled programs within the Union Territory, Chief Minister N. Rangasamy knowledgeable the Meeting on Wednesday.
He made the announcement whereas winding up the controversy on the annual Finances within the Meeting.
The Chief Minister additionally stated the federal government had determined to extend freedom fighters’ pension from ₹9,000 to ₹10,000. The quantity given for the funeral bills of the Adi Dravidar neighborhood had been elevated from ₹5,000 to ₹25,000. The monetary help given to lactating moms was enhanced from ₹18,000 to ₹25,000. The federal government has determined to conduct free teaching lessons for IAS aspirants on the Kamaraj Manipandam after its inauguration.
The stipend given to remaining yr medical college students had been elevated from ₹5,000 to ₹20,000. The wage of voucher paid workers on the Public Works Division had been elevated from ₹3,000 to ₹10,000. The wage could be paid by way of the treasury. The federal government would additionally regularise anganwadi workers now engaged on contract foundation, he added
Expressing confidence in acquiring Statehood for the Union Territory, the Chief Minister stated, “The Centre can be considering on these traces. I’ve already taken up the difficulty with Prime Minister and through my journey to New Delhi, I’ll once more apprise him on the necessity for Statehood.”
Responding to Opposition chief R. Siva’s assertion that the Finances speech didn’t point out in regards to the demand for Statehood, the Chief Minister stated, “There isn’t any change in my stand. Our get together was even shaped with the thought to acquire Statehood. I’m assured of getting it.”
Mr. Siva stated the hassle of the federal government should be to boost assets in order that authorities needn’t completely rely upon Central help to implement welfare and growth works.
The federal government ought to promote industrial and tourism actions for income era and to create employment alternative.
“The only window system for giving permission to start out industries is barely in title. Folks fascinated by organising industries need to run from one division to different after which wait endlessly,” he stated.
He additionally needed to revive efforts to arrange the port in Puducherry.
“The federal government shouldn’t entertain the misgivings of a foyer which is working towards the Puducherry port,” he added.
Mr. Siva additionally urged the federal government to revive the textile mills and the defunct cooperative models. PASIC and PAPSCO used to run 5 petrol pumps and 33 bars. Now, most of them had been both operating on loss or closed, he added.