White paper on Punjab’s financial condition: CM Mann said – will present it in the assembly; Who robbed the treasure, will tell everyone

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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government will issue a white paper on the financial condition of Punjab. This decision was taken in the Punjab cabinet meeting on Friday. This white paper will be presented only during the ongoing budget session till June 30.

CM Bhagwant Mann said how the previous governments misused the treasury of Punjab. How did Punjab get indebted? A white paper of the entire account will be brought. Will take account of every paisa of Punjabis.

White paper will come on 4 parameters
Mann government will bring this white paper on 4 parameters. In which information will be given about the current status of the treasury of Punjab along with financial sources and the condition of the loans as well as the financial condition of the government departments.

budget also got approval
The budget will be presented in the Punjab Vidhan Sabha session on June 27. This has also been approved by the Punjab cabinet. An official spokesman said that the budget has been prepared through e-mails, letters and direct interaction of the common people. In which information about losses will also be given along with earnings and expenses.

Amendment in business rules also approved
The Punjab cabinet also approved amendments to the Punjab Right to Business Rules 2020. After this MSME has also been brought under it. Earlier these rules were applicable only to new small, small and medium industries. Now it will also be applicable to the existing MSMEs. This will help the businessmen engaged in the expansion of business to get the certificate.

810 posts approved in the court
The Punjab cabinet has approved the recruitment of 810 posts in the courts of the state. In which apart from supporting staff, 25 posts of Additional District and Sessions Judge and 80 posts of Civil Judge Junior Division are included.

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