hyderabad: In a Dussera bonanza, laborers of the state-run Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) in Telangana would get a reward of Rs 1.01 lakh every this year with the coal excavator timing a record benefit of Rs 1,765 crore In 2018 19, the state government declared on Thursday.
Creating an impression in the gathering, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao credited the laborers for SCCL's development over the most recent five years and said they have been placing their lives in danger in making national riches which was not the slightest bit 'substandard' to the pretended by military on the fringes.
The extra was given by the state government to the SCCL laborers and representatives as Dussera celebration's blessing, he said including the current year's quantum denoted an expansion of over Rs 40,000 given in the earlier year. "This year, I am glad to declare we are expanding the level of benefit share by another percent to 28 percent.
By expanding the offer in benefits, every laborer will presently get Rs 1,00,899 as reward; this is Rs 40,530 more than the most recent year's reward," he said. The organization has a work power of around 48,000.
Taking note of that the mining organization was assuming an exceptionally significant job in the advancement of Telangana, Rao said the administration was of the firm feeling that the key pretended by laborers frequently keeping their lives in question was significant in the SCCL's proceeded with progress. "Our administration feels that the perspiration that every single SCCL specialist shed in making the national riches, frequently leaving jaws of death, is no chance second rate compared to the penances of our own military work force battling at the outskirts," he said.
Absolutely thus, the state government had consistently been taking measures for the welfare of the SCCL laborers, the Chief Minister said. From a 'small' Rs 13,540 out of 2013-14, the most recent year in unified Andhra Pradesh, the reward had been expanded step by step over the most recent a long time since Telangana appeared and the laborers were paid Rs 60,369 out of 2017-18, speaking to 27 percent of the benefit, Rao said. The SCCL delivered 50.47 million tons of coal in 2013-14. The generation has been on the expansion consistently over the most recent five years, he said.
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