March 27, 2017

BJP Govt’s strict order to Employees: Come to office on time from Monday or face action

BJP Govt’s strict order to Employees: Come to office on time from Monday or face action

Come to office on time from Monday and start working towards the new BJP government’s priorities which have to be executed in a definite time-frame, or face strict action – UP Chief Secretary Rahul Bhatnagar has read out the riot act to his officials.

The new BJP CM is set to be sworn in on Sunday in Lucknow and the new government will start working from Monday. In an order sent on Friday to all Secretaries, Principal Secretaries and additional chief secretaries as well as department heads in UP, Bhatnagar has said the new government is set to take over. “The policies and the manifesto promises of the new government are to be executed in a time-bound manner. I expect that you (senior officials) will direct all your subordinates that from March 20, all government officials will be present in offices on time without fail and ensure to discharge their responsibilities. Any violation of these orders will be viewed with utmost seriousness,” the Chief Secretary has said in his orders. 

The order has been specially marked to UP’s Secretary, Agriculture whose work is cut out. Among the top priorities listed out by BJP in its manifesto is to waive off all farmer loans in the first Cabinet meeting of the new state government, clearing of all sugarcane dues within two weeks as well as close down all the slaughterhouses in UP. Other manifesto promises of BJP also come with specific time-lines.

UP bureaucrats are already on Modi Mission even before the new UP Chief Minister takes office as they were pouring over the BJP’s 30-page manifesto, the UP Chief Secretary had held meetings with department chiefs to prepare updated progress reports of existing schemes and central teams like of the Power Ministry have landed in Lucknow. Bureaucrats are unsure about the future of the existing ongoing schemes of the outgoing Akhilesh Yadav government, like the promise of granting nearly 1.5 Cr free smartphones, the Samajwadi pension scheme, the Ram Manohar Lohia Awas Yojana and the Kanya Vidhya Dhan Yojana.


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