Need-based institutions to be opened in Himachal: Sukhu

Chief Minister Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu stated in the state assembly on Tuesday that the Congress Government would open need-based institutions before creating functional posts for the new institutions. Replying to a query raised by Congress MLA, Ajay Solanki during the question hours Chief Minister stated that a number of institutions were opened by the previous  BJP rule recklessly and posts were not created to run on such institutions. He said that this forced the government to wind up a number of educational intuitions recently. He said that the concerns of members are correct as many institutions are running without proper staff. He said that the Government is rationalizing the staff strength in all the educational institutions but it is not possible for the present government to fill up all the posts of those institutions which was opened without any popular public demands. Replying to another query raised by the Independent member KL Thakur chief minister said that during the previous government, 1766 cases were rejected on the compensatory ground, and only 25 percent of vacant posts were filled. He said that the Congress Government has constituted a high-level committee to frame the policy of compensatory ground. Replying to a query raised by KL Thakur, Chief Minister said that the government is sensitive towards the issues and would fill up the post on the compensatory ground soon after having the committee report. Former Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur intervened during the reply of the Chief Minister. He said that the Congress Government is misleading the house about the creation of new posts and the opening of new intuitions as many of them open-ended are closed down without any discrimination. He accused the government that since Ajay Solanki is a new member state is trying to cover up the issue of vacant under his ignorance however the state has the highest literacy in the country as it had surpassed the state of Kerala, the chief minister should not think that all of us are illiterates here in the house. Mr. Thakur said that the Government is trying to put the entire blame for not filling the vacant post on the previous government however it had ten months in power and it was still blaming the former rule. Mr Thakur said that the government should inform the house about the committee constituted filling up new posts on the compensatory ground. He said that backlogs are pending in the number of boards and department of such illegible candidates but the state is sitting on the backlog.  

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