Bhopal: PWD minister Rampal Singh has called upon the companies engaged in building construction to ensure that the norms related to health and security were strictly adhered to. This would enhance the capabilities of the people working in the building construction industry and benefit people too, he said.
The minister was addressing the inaugural function of a seminar and the 86th session of Indian Building Congress (IBC) at a city hotel on Friday.
RERA chairman Antony de Sa, State Housing and Infrastructure Board chairman Krishna Murari Moghe, BDA chairman Om Yadav, MP Police Housing Corporation MD Sanjay Rana, principal secretary PWD Pramod Agarwal, IBC chairman Parimal Ray, IBC secretary AP Goyal and Vijay Singh Verma, chairman of MP chapter of IBC were present.
Welcoming the delegates from all over the country, the minister said the state government had taken a series of steps for the welfare of the unskilled and skilled workers of building construction industry. He said the government was alive to the health and security issues of the workers.
The minister said the state government would give a serious consideration to the recommendations of the Congress. He also assured that he would try to get land or building allotted for the office of IBC.