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New Delhi- For a very long time, the Karnataka government employees have been eagerly waiting for their salary increase. Now it is the good news they have been waiting for. CM Bommai from Karnataka has announced a major update for the seventh salary. Bommai creates a committee to update the state employee payroll. The new update will take effect in October of this year.

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Karnataka CM also announced an innovative program initiated by the state government for rasus conservation called Punyakoti. According to PTI, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bhumai announced that Class A and B employees can adopt cows through the government’s Bunyakuti Datu Yojana by paying an annual fee of Rs. 11,000. (Read also- LIC launches new Pension Plus, check premiums and more details)

He made these announcements while addressing the first statewide State Government Employees’ Day and the statewide ‘Sarvothama Seva’ Awards function. (Also Read- HDFC SMS Banking Reveal- Here’s How to Register, Check Account Balance and Mini Statement)

CM confirmed that there are more than 1 cow available for adoption through the “Punya Koti” program. Rs 50 crore was approved to build one Goshala in each district, he continued, but public participation is critical and this is the foundation of democracy.

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“A healthy economy is essential for development work. Crops damaged by natural disasters, compensation for deaths, compensation for property losses. In this kind of situation, it is the responsibility of the government to speak on behalf of the people in such a circumstance. In such a situation In the case, the government has to show its seriousness by serving the people,” Mr. Bomaye added.

He added that a government order has been issued to cover state government employees under the Arugia Sanjivani scheme. The Prime Minister described the differences between workers in the public and private sectors as follows- “It is that workers in the private sector have obligations and deadlines, while workers in the public sector have authority and obligations.

It would be beneficial if this power was put to good use and helped the country prosper.”

He added, “Our democracy belongs to the people. Only when the common people enter your office with respect, just as you stand up and pay respects to senior officers and presidents as they enter, will democracy achieve its goal.”