CHANDIGARH: Social Justice, Empowerment, and Minorities Minister, Dr. Baljit Kaur, has issued directions to all Deputy Commissioners of the state to offer earnings and asset certificates to the Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) for availing the advantages of reservation in Government civil posts and providers, in addition to admission to Central Educational Institutions.
Dr. Baljit Kaur said that it has come to her consideration that earnings and property certificates are being obtained by many people in violation of the circumstances set by the state authorities. She emphasised that the Chief Minister, Bhagwant Mann-led Punjab authorities, takes the issuance of earnings and asset certificates by ineligible individuals very severely. The state authorities has determined that earnings and asset certificates ought to be issued by the certificates issuing authority solely after an intensive preliminary investigation, in accordance with the provisions of the directions dated 14-5-2019 and 15-7-2019. If any such case involves their discover sooner or later, departmental/legal motion can be taken towards the worker/individual accountable for verifying the details whereas issuing earnings and asset certificates. Moreover, legal motion may also be initiated towards people who’ve obtained earnings and asset certificates primarily based on false data.
Cabinet Minister, Dr. Baljit Kaur, talked about that detailed directions have been issued relating to the issuance of earnings and asset certificates to avail the ten p.c reservation in civil posts and providers for the economically weaker sections. These directions are talked about within the Social Justice, Empowerment, and Minorities Department letter No: 1/16/2019-RC 1/116, dated 14-5-2019, and No: 1/16/2019-RC1/1523189/1, dated 15-7-2019.
The Cabinet Minister has instructed all Deputy Commissioners of the state to make sure that the directions relating to earnings and asset certificates are delivered to the eye of most people. She reiterated the state authorities’s dedication to the welfare of economically weaker sections.