MP: Order issued for Mukhya Mantri Covid-19 Anukampa Niyukti Yojana

Bhopal: According to the announcement of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the state government has implemented Mukhya Mantri Covid-19 Anukampa Niyukti Yojana for all the regular / permanent workers / work-charged and contingent-paid / daily salaried / ad-hoc / contract / collector rate / outsourced / honorarium government employees / servants employed by it.

On the death of the personnel from Covid infection, an eligible member of their family will be given compassionate appointment in the same type of employment in which the deceased employee was employed as per the provisions laid down in the scheme.

Eligible personnel

All regular / permanent workers / work-charged and contingent-paid / daily wage earners / ad-hoc / contract / personnel of the state working on collector rate whose salary / honorarium / remuneration is payable from the Consolidated Fund of the state. Employees working on outsourced services taken by the departments under the sanction and prescribed procedure, whose remuneration / honorarium etc. are payable from the State’s Consolidated Fund. Employees serving in the commissions, such institutions established by law, whose cent percent establishment expenditure is comparable to the regular establishment item of the state or establishment grant is given for it, will be eligible.

Eligibility conditions

The deceased employees was found to be Covid-19 positive in a valid medical test (RAT / RTPCR) and died during treatment or died of any disease within sixty days of being found positive after recovery. On the date of death, he should be working in the government employment/ government job of. The deceased should be employed full-time in government service.

The eligibility of a family member for compassionate appointment in the scheme will be determined according to the General Administration Department’s Circular 2 of September 29, 2014. There will be no age restriction in giving compassionate appointment to the eligible dependents of the deceased government servant / employee. If any member of the family of the deceased government servant / employee is already employed in the government service or regular service in corporation, board, council, commission etc., he will be ineligible for compassionate appointment. If the death of a government servant / employee occurs during the retirement, reappointment / contractual appointment after completing the superannuation age, then dependents will be ineligible for appointment. Families who are eligible to receive Rs 50 lakh under the Chief Minister Corona Warrior Scheme will not be given the benefit of this scheme.

Duration of scheme

The scheme will come into effect from March 1, 2021 and will remain in force till June 30, 2021. If the employee became Covid-19 positive during the scheme duration, but he / she dies after the completion of the scheme period but within sixty days of being found Covid-19 positive, then he / she will still be eligible for compassionate appointment. (PR)

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