Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh Cabinet, presided over by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, today approved the proposal to revise the Monthly honorarium to the Advocate General /Additional Advocate General / Deputy Advocate General/ Government advocate and law officers posted at Jabalpur, Indore and Gwalior, who are appointed by the Madhya Pradesh government to represent the Government’s case before the High Court. Now the revised fixed monthly honorarium for the Advocate General will be Rs. 1.80 lakh, for the additional Advocate General, it will be Rs. 1.75 lakh, the Deputy Advocate General will get Rs. 1.60 lakh and the Government Advocate will get Rs. 1.25 lakh and the Deputy Government advocate will get Rs. 1 lakh.
The Cabinet also cleared the proposal to select the developer for supplying water to industries at Dewas near Indore on the basis of a revised scheme under the Swiss Challenge method.
All action will be taken in this regard by the Madhya Pradesh State Industrial Dvelopment Coporation Limited.
For the benefit of investors and to speed up infrastructure development the State Government has chosen to follow the Swiss Challenge route,which helps to identify new projects for private and public sector investment. By adopting the Swiss Challenge method, the Madhya Pradesh government invites the private and public sectors to bring in technology and investment on a long term-basis through a transparent and open procedure. Under the Swiss Challenge method, private sector has to identify projects and these are then offered through a transparent competitive bidding process. The new method will especially fill the gap in terms of the infrastructure for basic facilities and the social sector.