Meeting of Consultative Committee of Parliament for Steel & Mines

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A meeting of the Parliamentary Consultative Committee of the Ministry of Steel and Mines was held in New Delhi  on the subject of review of SAIL and RINL. Presided over by the Minister of Steel and Mines Shri Narendra Singh tomar, the meeting reviewed the progress achieved in the field by the steel public sector enterprises SAIL and RINL.

Union Steel & Mines Minister Shri Narendra Singh Tomar chairing the Consultative Committee meeting said, “Committee has a very important role in development of the steel and mines sectors, and it complements the Ministries of Steel & Mines in its efforts. As a result of concerted efforts by the government of India and all stakeholders, steel sector is gradually coming out of the difficult condition it was in. But in the long term, industry has to accept the external realities and learn to compete and emerge stronger inspite of them. Time is of essence and all plans and actions by the companies must be well-planned and executed. Government is aware of logistics constraints and is continuously working to find out ways to augment the infrastructure, be it railways or waterways.

Central government has started Prime Minister Khanij Kshetr Kalyan Yojana (PMKKKY) for the benefit of people and areas affected by mining, and all stakeholders in the respective districts need to take keen interest in effective implementation of the scheme.”

The meeting was attended by the following Members of Parliament:

Members of Lok Sabha included Dr. Bhola Singh, BJP, Begusarai (Bihar); Shri Bidyut Baran Mahato, BJP, Jamshedpur (Bihar); Shri Bodh Singh Bhagat, BJP, Balaghat (MP); Shri Dinesh Kashyap, BJP, Bastar (Chhatisgarh); Shri Janardan Singh Sigriwal, BJP, Maharajganj (Bihar); Shri Laxman Giluwa, BJP, Singhbhum (Jharkhand); Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey, BJP, Chandauli (UP); Shri Shyama Charan Gupta, BJP, Allahabad (UP); and Members of Rajya Sabha included Shri Husain Dalwai , INC, Maharashtra; and Shri Tapan Kumar Sen, CPI(M), West Bengal.

The Members of Parliament came out with various suggestions and the Union Minister assured to look into the suggestions.

The Minister of State for Steel and Mines Shri Vishnu Deo Sai, Secretary Steel Smt. Aruna Sundararajan Secretary Mines Shri Balvinder Kumar and senior officials of Ministry of Steel and Ministry of Mines and officials from SAIL and RINL also attended the meeting.

IndianBureaucracy.com wishes the very best.

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  1. Honourable Secretary, Mines; Mr Balvinder Kumar, please arrange to do the needful for justified settlement of my pension revision on MACP. 3% increment in pay fixation on first ACP for pay and pension revision on MACP has been paid to my colleagues at GSI, Nagpur. Departmental approval is there, still the PAO has not given this pay increment as per his personal opinion. He has sought clarification from the COA, GSI, Kolkata. Interventions from Additional Secretary and Dy Secretary (Admn) , Department of Expenditure has been ignored. Similarly, directives of Assistant CGA and CPAO have also been ignored. DOPT has said to settle this issue, in case any clarification is required from DOPT, DOPT will clarify this issue. Four years, twelve registered PG Portal grievances and many interventions from distinguished authorities could not resolve this stalemate. I most humble beg to draw your kind attention please, so that I am not deprived of natural justice.

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