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Co-operative federalism key vehicle to achieve rapid development in India: Union Minister Dattatreya
On the occasion of conclusion of the Regional Labour Conference of North-Eastern Region held in Guwahati on January 5, the Union Labour and Employment Minister Bandaru Dattatreya stated, "Co-operative Federalism is a key vehicle to achieve rapid development in India. Strong states are the foundation of a strong India."

The minister further said, the progress of a country depends on the progress of the states as state governments along with the central governments are co-partners in moving forward the agenda of economic development.

He reiterated the GOI's commitment for welfare and social security to all workers and stated that the Model shops and establishment (Regulation of Employment and conditions of Service) Bill, 2016 approved by the Union cabinet was a suggestive piece of legislation keeping in view the spirit of cooperative federalism.

He also informed the participants that 18 Model Career Centres would be established in North East Region and Shram Suvida Portal would bring more transparency and accountability in enforcement of labour laws.

According to an official press release, in the regional conference of North East all the officers and bureau leads made presentations on various initiatives undertaken by the Government of India.

The conference was inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Assam, Sarbananda Sonowal in the presence of Secretary, Labour and Employment, Government of India and officers from all the 7 states of North-East India.

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