Print Edition - 2019-01-04 | News
Province 2 set for staff bill
Jan 4, 2019-
The Province 2 government has decided to introduce the bill for forming the Provincial Public Service Commission (PSC).
A meeting of the provincial Council of Ministers on Thursday decided to present the bill to the Provincial Assembly. Chief Minister Mohammad Lalbabu Raut said his government had decided to move the bill to appoint staff for the provincial administration.
“The provincial executive has been unable to work efficiently as the federal government failed to deploy staff required for the provincial level,” Raut told the Post. “We waited for long. We were compelled to move the bill since the federal government paid no heed to the matter.”
Raut said the PSC bill would be registered in the Provincial Assembly soon.
The provincial government had put on hold various bills on administration, civil service and the provincial PSC at the call of the federal government. However, the provincial government moved the bills after the federal government prepared to introduce the bill related to internal security.
The Province 2 Assembly endorsed the Provincial Police Act in October, 2018 by suspending a regulation. The provincial chief authenticated the Act on Sunday.
Published: 04-01-2019 06:30