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Submission Of Property Details By Babus, Odisha Govt Staff Gets Cabinet approve

Bhubaneswar: 28/12/20:The Odisha Cabinet on Monday approved the proposal for mandatory submission of an annual property list for elected representatives and government employees.

With this, the property statement will now be made mandatory for all the public representatives – starting from the level of sarpanches to the Chief Minister. Their property details will be available in the public domain.

It has also been made mandatory for all government servants starting from the entry-level to the Chief Secretary to submit their property list along with its availability in the public domain.

A copy of the property statement of public representatives and the government servants will be sent to the Lokayukta every year.

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