Chandigarh, October 12: The Haryana Finance Minister, Mr. Birender Singh today said that the recommendations of the sixth pay commission were being reviewed by a four-member committee headed by the Chief Secretary and those of for pensioners by a three-member committee. No sooner did these two committee submit their reports, then the recommendations of the sixth pay commission would be implemented in the State. He asserted that the recommendations of the sixth pay commission would be implemented in the State either by Deepawali or by the end of this year.
Mr. Birender Singh, who was addressing a press conference at village Gorakhpur of Fatehabad district, said that Haryana had received an investment of Rs 40,000 crore and an investment proposals to the tune of Rs 27,000 crore were in pipeline.
He said that a target of attracting an investment of Rs two lakh crore was set for the State. Now the depression, which is a global phenomena, had affected the process of investment resulting in slowing down of investment process.
Asked about the extension of health care facilities in the State, he said that institutional deliveries had increased considerably in the State thanks to the efforts being made by the State Government in this regard. The doctors were reluctant to serve in rural areas. To overcome this problem, the cadre of doctors should be separated into rural and urban cadres. Referral services should also be extended in the rural areas, he added.
In reply to a question regarding the INLD and BJP Alliance, he said that people would not support these parties, as they had not forgotten their misdeeds. He asserted that Congress party would perform better in the next Lok Sabha Elections.