It was decided that the benefit given for the ineligible period would be recovered by the department by deducting 50 per cent amount from the monthly pension of the beneficiaries. Meanwhile, the government has also decided that notices issued and FIRs registered against such beneficiaries would be withdrawn.
The buses will be hired by inviting tenders or applications from an individual, firm, company or a registered society or any other legal entity, an official release said giving details of the cabinet decision.
Before entering into an agreement with the Department, the owner shall get the buses registered in his or her or its name in Haryana. The driver of the bus will continue to be the employee of the owner of the bus.
The Department shall provide conductors for the operation of the bus under whose control the bus will ply from one destination to another. The owner of the bus will exercise absolutely no operational control over the bus. The buses shall be painted as per the colour scheme approved by the Department, the release said.
In another decision, the the state government today started the process to set up an International Airport/Civil Aviation Hub at Hisar as the Haryana Cabinet approved the sale of land measuring over 23 acre belonging to Municipal Corporation, Hisar to the Civil Aviation Department for its construction.
The change in the name of the University has been effected for its identification as a Government University.
The Cabinet also gave its approval to amend the schedule of rates under the Haryana Value Added Tax Act, 2003 regarding provisions made under it for natural gas.
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