CM asks govt employees with secured jobs to help others


Daijiworld Media Network - Panaji (SD)

Panaji, May 30: Chief minister Pramod Sawant on Friday, May 29, said that those employees in government sector are secured and therefore, they should help those wanting to establish new business ventures in the state. He said this in view to the coronavirus pandemic which has crippled not just the state but the nation's economy as well.

While addressing at the annual commendation award presentation ceremony organized by the directorate of fire and emergency services, Sawant said, "We are trying our level best not to cut down salaries. In multinational and private sector companies there are job cuts, salary cuts, short term and long-term breaks. Not a single company has been able to escape this pandemic."

Sawant stressed on how the government is trying to ensure securing the jobs of government employees said that it is the responsibility of the employees to sincerely discharge their services. "When we pay 100 percent salary we expect 100 percent output," he said.

Sawant said that in the current times of economic crisis, the private sector has to be boosted and therefore, those having secured jobs must help them. "There are various government departments which come in contact with people and if someone wants to start a new business then we have to help them in registering the firm etc." Sawant said.

  

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