To carry out all government financial transactions through cooperative banks


In a big bonanza for the state’s youth on ‘Punjab Day’, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Monday presented letters of appointment to 747 candidates for humanitarian recruitment at the Punjab State Cooperative Bank , Sugarfed and the Punjab State Warehousing Corporation. Disclosing this, a spokesperson for the chief minister’s office said that out of 747 applicants, 623 were appointed to the Punjab State Cooperative Bank, 27 to Sugarfed and 97 to Punjab State Warehousing Corporation. . The spokesperson further said the appointments had been made to senior executive, managerial, ITO, clerks, technical assistants and data entry operators. in the functioning and system of government, Mission Clean was launched on Punjab Day to end the corrupt system. “The era of the mining mafia is over and police officers have been tasked with selling sand at Rs 9 per cubic foot,” the chief minister said, adding that swift action would be taken against corruption and that clear instructions had been given to the police and to vigilance. to ensure that no police or civil administration officer takes monthly. He also urged young people to come forward to make the system free from corruption.

The Chief Minister further stressed that in order to strengthen cooperative institutions, all government financial transactions will be carried out through cooperative banks. He said that over the next 15 days all government money will be transferred to cooperative banks and all transactions will be done through cooperative banks. The final decision would be made within the cabinet. Congratulating the newly appointed candidates, Deputy Chief Minister S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, who also holds the cooperation portfolio, said the recruitments would prove to be an important step in bringing new life to the state of Punjab. . Cooperative bank. Likewise, the long-standing demand for 25 years from the heirs of the 27 deceased employees of the Morinda cooperative sugar refinery has also been met today. The deputy chief minister expressed the hope that the new recruits will further bring cooperative institutions to the upward trajectory, as the cooperative department is the backbone of the agricultural sector and the rural economy. S. Randhawa asked the Chief Minister that a comprehensive policy be developed for the compulsory deposit of the finances of government departments in cooperative banks. He called on the employees of the cooperative bank to strive and practice more so as to be on par with commercial banks. Recalling former Chief Minister Lachhman Singh Gill, the Deputy Chief Minister said that the contribution made by the former in the spread of The Punjabi language cannot be forgotten. He further reaffirmed that the government of Punjab has a duty to ensure that the native language of Punjabi resonates throughout the world. It should be noted that for the first time since 1994, the backlog of humanitarian vacancies has been filled. In addition, a recruitment process to fill an additional 1,633 positions is currently underway.

Present on occasion

Cabinet Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Cabinet Minister Randeep Singh Nabha, Ex. Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu, Chiarman Kuldeep Singh Vaid, Punjab State Warehouse, Mayor of Mohali Amarjit Singh Jeeti Sidhu Municipal Corporation.


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