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Yogi govt prohibits officers' holidays in Upcoming festive season

The Yogi government in Uttar Pradesh has banned the leave of government officials in view of the upcoming festivals.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 31 Oct 2020 10:19 AM GMT

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The Yogi government in Uttar Pradesh has banned the leave of government officials in view of the upcoming festivals. State Chief Secretary Rajendra Kumar Tiwari has issued guidelines in this regard.

According to the instructions issued, the time for organizing festivals is present. In such a situation, the District Magistrate, other administrative and police officers should be prepared for unavoidable circumstances and should not go on leave.

The Chief Secretary said that incidents of stubble burning are coming up in many districts, in respect of which the Supreme Court has strict instructions. Action should be taken on this by fixing responsibility. Also, effectively preventing these incidents.

Officers should be prepared:

He said that air pollution also increases in many districts during the winter season. In addition, action plan should be prepared and implemented in this regard. By meeting immediately about this, effective action should be taken to prevent air pollution.

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Announcement to give festive advance

Recently, Chief Minister Yogi had announced to give festival advance to the employees of the state like the Central Government. He has instructed the Finance Department to prepare the plan.

It is worth noting that the Center has announced a cash voucher in lieu of Holiday Travel Concession (LTC) to its employees. Also, an advance of Rs 10,000 for shopping. The government will give whatever benefits traditionally have been given to the employees.

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