10th May, 2021
Hemant Soren State Government will provide assistance to the dependents of migrant laborers on their death. On the instructions of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, the Department of Labor, Planning, and Training is preparing its proposal. On the death of migrant laborers, dependents can get the assistance of up to Rs 1.5 lakh.
There is already a provision to give compensation in case of migrant laborers in other states. Under this, there is a provision to give one and a half lakh to the registered migrant laborers and one lakh rupees to the non-registered migrant laborers. 75 thousand and 50 thousand rupees respectively are given in case of disability in an accident. Explain that the Chief Minister has given instructions to the department to formulate a policy for giving assistance to dependents on the death of migrant laborers. He has asked to coordinate with the state governments to help the workers.
Compensation to farmers: Hemant Soren
The state government will compensate for the loss of crops due to hailstorms. Chief Minister Hemant Soren has ordered that all the District Deputy Commissioners should assess the loss of crops and take action towards giving compensation to the farmers within a week. He said that necessary orders are being issued in this regard. Significantly, there have been reports of heavy losses of farmers' crops in the state due to hailstorms. Taking cognizance of this, the Chief Minister has issued instructions to the officials.
111 other mercury medical personnel appointed for six months
The state government is contractually appointing physicians and mercury medical personnel for a short time to provide necessary medical facilities to the Corona patients. 111 mercury medical personnel have been appointed in this order. These include ANM, Nurse, Lab Technician, Pharmacist etc. All these have been appointed on a monthly honorarium of 10 to 16 thousand rupees. The responsibility of this appointment made under the National Health Campaign was given to the NGO Citizen Foundation. Explain that earlier 100 ANM and A grade nurses were appointed for six months.
Category: India: Jharkhand