Malik Reviews functioning of Labour department
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Oct 5: In order to review the working of the Labour Department, Minister for Labour and Employment Abdul Gani Malik convened a meeting of the Officers at Jammu.
Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Shabir Ahmed Khan, Labour Commissioner, Abdul Hamid Wani besides of the officers of the department and ESI dispensaries of Jammu region also attended the meeting.
The Labour Commissioner welcomed the Minister and Minister of State for Labour and Employment and briefed about the activities of the department and apprised about the implementation of various Labour laws in the state.
The Minister directed the officers of the department to get the survey conducted in respect of government works under execution in their respective districts. The Minister further directed the officers to vigorously enforce the close day (Naga) and also ensure that the workers be paid overtime in case they are forced to work beyond 8 hours and on close days.
The Minister for Labour and Employment directed the Labour Commissioner to take immediate steps to provide computers and computer operators to each Assistant Labour Commissioner so that their proper functioning could become possible. He further directed the officers to implement the decisions taken in the meeting within the stipulated time. He further directed the officers to be more mobile in the field and to accelerate their performance by deciding more the number of cases. He also directed the officer to work hard to generate more revenue for the department. He assured the reorganization of the department and creation of posts of newly created districts.
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