Iron ore mining areas in West Singhbhum to be reserved for state government companies

Ranchi: The state government on Tuesday decided that the iron ore mining areas in the West Singhbhum district would be reserved for state government-owned companies.

A decision in this regard was taken in the meeting of the state cabinet which was chaired by Chief Minister Hemant Soren at the project building here.

Among other decisions, the government has decided that the tax on liquor to be paid for the months of May and June would be decided on the basis of actual offtake while it has been decided to waive off the tax for the retail liquor shops which remained closed from March 22, 2020 till the end of lockdown.

It has been also decided that the annual report of the state commission for backward castes for the period April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019 will be tabled in the Vidhansabha. The government has decided that post the transfer of land for construction of Medical College in Koderma the concerned employee Gautam Pratap MTS would be absorbed in the health department.

It has also agreed to make changes in the matter related to the purchase of uniforms for the attendants attached with the Chief Minister while a proposal to get approval from the Governor with retrospective effect for setting High Court of Jharkhand Rules for Video Conferencing for Courts, 2020.

It was decided that Ms Masrat Jabin who is the wife of IAS officer Dr Basharat Qayum (Jharkhand Cadre) who is serving as a teacher in middle school Bandipora Jammu and Kashmir would be deputed in government school of Jharkhand as part of interstate deputation.

The government also gave nod to another proposal to permanently seize the pension of the than MD Vegfed and MD Dhanbad Central Cooperative Bank Ltd Ramod Narayan Jha.

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