The chairs shook but not the bureaucracy, only the ministers got angry
According to sources, the cabinet ministers expressed their displeasure over not bringing the report of the cabinet sub-committee in the cabinet meeting on August 16
The bureaucracy is not ready to bring about a change in its working style, despite moving the chairs in the state with rapid transfers. Under the pressure of the election year, the ministers of the government are taking lucrative decisions but the bureaucracy is hanging them.
The latest example of this is the report of the Cabinet Sub-Committee, which after several rounds of meetings was finalized and submitted to the Government, but they were not presented in the Cabinet meeting. After the displeasure of the ministers of the government on this issue, the officials of the government were instructed to present the report of the final cabinet subcommittee to the cabinet as soon as possible.
Cabinet meeting ministers raised the matter
According to sources, the cabinet ministers expressed their displeasure over not bringing the report of the cabinet sub-committee constituted on the issues of about 22 thousand sub-committee employees in the cabinet meeting on August 16. Cabinet Minister Dr. Harak Singh Rawat, Ganesh Joshi and other ministers raised the issue with the Chief Minister regarding the hanging of the report. The cabinet directed that the report of the cabinet sub-committee be brought to the meeting immediately after it is finalized.
Police Grade Pay and Sub-Worker's Report File
The cabinet formed a cabinet sub-committee on the issue of grade pay of about 18 thousand police personnel and 22 thousand sub-divisional employees. This sub-committee was formed under the chairmanship of Cabinet Minister Dr. Harak Singh Rawat on the issue of sub-division personnel. The sub-committee had finalized its report in three meetings and submitted it to the government. But after the submission of the report, three cabinet meetings were held, but the report of the sub-committee was not been submitted. Similarly, under the chairmanship of cabinet minister Subodh Uniyal, a cabinet sub-committee was formed on the issue of police-grade pay. After brainstorming in three meetings, the sub-committee submitted its report to the government. But both the reports were not brought in the cabinet meeting.
Minister facing opposition
The angry Upal employees are agitated over the non-commissioning of the report of the subcommittee in the cabinet. They staged a dharna outside the house of Sainik Welfare Minister Ganesh Joshi and then Dr. Harak Singh Rawat. With the delay in the report, they are planning a strategy to protest outside the house of other ministers.