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Madhya Pradesh Shuts Down Print Machines; Employees Left On Fate 

The cycle to close down three government-run print machines in Madhya Pradesh has started following an authority request. A three-part board of trustees will take a choice about the representatives working in these three units.

Committee To Take Yet To Decide The Fate Of Employees

As indicated by true data, the three government presses arranged in Indore, Gwalior, and Rewa will be closed down. The Council of Ministers had taken this choice over the most recent couple of days and the state government has now given a request with this impact. A council will be set up under the chairmanship of the divisional chief to take decisions in regards to the staff yet barring the fixed resources.

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To make choices in regards to the post of representatives of the print machines, there will be a limit of three officials selected by the Controller Government Press including Collector, District Registrar, Executive Engineer Public Works in the Divisional Level Committee. The Comptroller will be the assigned official by the Press as Member Secretary.

Government Might Sell Out Some Of The Leftover Resources

Based on the suggestion of the divisional panel, the public authority mobile property of the press will be moved to other government workplaces if conceivable. The leftover resources will be sold through delicate means. Aside from this, the responsibility for the place where there is the printing premises will be under the Department of Revenue.

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As indicated by the decisions taken by the state government, 495 empty posts will be nullified out of 1,286 posts at the Gwalior, Indore and Rewa print workplaces. Government workers working in 67 filled situations in the print machines will be sent on delegation to different workplaces under the Revenue Department.



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