Tribune News Service
Shimla, July 21
The state government was committed to the welfare of the employees of the state and all their genuine demands were being redressed, said Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while addressing the delegation of Himachal Pradesh NGO Federation led by its president Ashwani Thakur that called him here today.
The employees are pillars of the government on whose shoulders the responsibility to implement the government policies lies, he said and added that despite the coronavirus, the state government had ensured that the employees got all their dues from time to time.
Thakur said that the state government would soon hold a meeting with the employees so that they get an opportunity to take up their issues with the state government. He assured the federation that the endeavour of the government would be to resolve all the genuine issues of the employees amicably.
Thakur also urged the employees to work with dedication to make Himachal a model state. President of the federation Ashwani Thakur urged the Chief Minister to convene a meeting of the Joint Coordination Committee so that the employees could present their various issues and demands before the government.
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