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Action of CM Pushkar Singh Dhami, Instructions to Chief Secretary

CM Pushkar Singh Dhami has given strict instructions to the Chief Secretary that strictest action should be taken against the employees who do not reach office on time. Instructions have been given for biometric attendance.

The Uttarakhand government has given instructions to take action against officers and employees who do not reach government and semi-government offices on time. Heads of departments have been directed to compulsorily make attendance through biometrics, so that action can be taken against the employees coming late.

On Wednesday, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami suddenly inspected the RTO office at ten in the morning. Seeing the condition there, his mercury became hot. He instructed Chief Secretary Dr. SS Sandhu to identify officers and employees who do not reach on time in all government and semi government offices and take action against them.

CM Dhami said that the first priority of the government is to serve the people. When the officers do not reach on time in the offices directly connected to the public, then how will they be able to get the facility. He asked for mandatory biometric attendance in the offices so that late arrivals can be identified.

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Chief Minister’s residence and Secretariat staff first got instructions to reach office on time. Through this, CM Dhami tried to send a message to the officers and employees of other departments as well. In fact, whenever CM Dhami is on a tour outside the capital, the employees also reach the office at leisure.

Sensing this, Radha Raturi, Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister, issued a circular, warning all the officers and employees of action against the employees who did not reach the office by 9.30 am. After this, now the staff has started arriving on time.

The people of the state should get proper facilities, so whatever is the time to open the offices. Officers and employees arrived on time only. Complaints were being received about the RTO for a few days, while the government had already issued a circular to all the employees to reach on time. Directions have been given to take action against all the non-appearing officers and employees found in the offices.
Pushkar Singh Dhami, Chief Minister