Beneficiaries get Rs 11 cr under GHS
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Apr 25: Minister for Industries and Commerce S. S. Slathia has distributed cheques worth Rs 11.35 crore among 135 employees of JK Industries having opted for GHS/VRS.
Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said that the time has come to shed excess flab in public sector undertakings to improve commercial viability.
He said the wage bill of the corporation has come down sizeably, adding the days are not far off when the employees of the organization would get their salaries regularly like those of government employees.
The Minister stated that Omar led coalition government is striving to see the Public Sector undertakings play the role they were created for and accordingly every effort has been made to see that these organizations become self reliant and reduce dependence on government for financial assistance. He also appreciated the role of the management of the company towards revival.
The Minister said that the revival plan of the corporation is also on the anvil, adding engagement of reputed consultants would help to formulate roadmap for the constituent units of JKI to achieve commercial viability and competitiveness. He directed the management to gear up to face the future challenges, benchmarking innovation and originality in routine working.
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