Zee Business and ASSOCHAM to co-host a Webinar today on Haryana Government’s initiatives to combat COVID-19 & answer queries
Government of Haryana & ASSOCHAM are jointly hosting a webinar on the measures taken by Government of Haryana to combat the COVID-19 or coronavirus for people to ask their queries.
Government of Haryana & ASSOCHAM are jointly hosting a webinar on the measures taken by Government of Haryana to combat the COVID-19 or coronavirus for people to ask their queries. The Government will be sharing its views and efforts taken for the welfare of people of the state and the way forward in on an interactive platform. The queries will be answered by Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister Shri Dushyant Chautala.
This special webinar will be co-hosted by Zee Business and ASSOCHAM today from 3 pm onwards. Registrations are open on https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6112605558308270091
The webinar will be attended by Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister Shri Dushyant Chautala; Dr Saket Kumar, IAS, Director Industries, Government of Haryana; Sh Vineet Agarwal, Sr Vice President, ASSOCHAM, Managing Director, Transport Corporation of India Ltd; Sh Deepak Sood, Secretary General, ASSOCHAM. The session with be moderated by Saurabh Manchanda, SME Editor of ZEE Business.
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The webinar comes a day after Manohar Lal Khattar announced the doubling of salaries of doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, testing staff, class IV employees, and all those who come in direct contact with Covid-19 patients. He made the announcement while addressing the medical fraternity and others who are working directly with Covid-19 positive patients over live television.
The double salary will be paid for as long as the corona crisis lasts. Khattar also said that those workers who are not covered under the government schemes would also receive ex-gratia under to the tune of Rs 50 lakh for doctors, Rs 30 lakh for nurses, Rs 20 lakh for paramedics and Rs 10 lakh for class IV employees.
For more details on the Webinar, visit https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3222685107743304&id=124381220907057. Register Now!