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Himachal Pradesh MLAs and officials need to pay to avail services at state government guest houses 

Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu has taken oath as the 15th Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh. After the swearing-in ceremony, the newly elected CM made it clear that MLAs and officials will be treated like common people, with no special treatment at government guest houses.

By wasmulhaq 
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Shimla: Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu has taken oath as the 15th Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh. After the swearing-in ceremony, the newly elected CM made it clear that MLAs and officials will be treated like common people, with no special treatment at government guest houses.

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MLAs and bureaucrats would no longer receive special treatment at Himachal Bhavan and Himachal Sadan, Himachal Pradesh. This was decided during a legislative party meeting.

Now, legislators and officers must pay for availing services at the Himachal Bhavan and the Himachal Sadan just like other people. The same rule will be applied to family members of MLAs as well.

Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu announced that the state cabinet is set to be expanded soon and that a decision regarding the One Pension Scheme would be taken at the first meeting.

“Work will be done to fulfil all the promises made before the election as soon as possible,” he added.

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On Sunday, Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu was sworn in as the fifteenth chief minister of the hilly state. The Congress unseated the BJP in Himachal Pradesh, winning 40 out of 68 seats in the state assembly elections.

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