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Employees working in Bhubaneswar have been advised to reach offices by 9.30 am in view of the state-wide bandh

Bhubaneswar:12/2/21: All Odisha government employees working in Bhubaneswar have been advised by the Home Department to reach their respective offices by 9.30 am on February 15 in view of the state-wide bandh called by the Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee.

“Officers and employees of Lok Seva Bhawan, Kharavela Bhawan, Rajiv Bhawan and Heads of Department Building etc. may be advised to reach office latest by 9.30 am to facilitate their smooth entry,” the Home Department said in a notification.

The front gates of the Lok Seva Bhawan will be closed at 10.15 am on 15.02.2021 and all the passage will be regulated through the rear gate. The connecting gate between the Red Building and Main Lok Seva Bhawan building will remain open, it said. The front gates of the Lok Seva Bhawan will be closed at 10.15 am on 15.02.2021 and all the passage will be regulated through the rear gate. The connecting gate between the Red Building and Main Lok Seva Bhawan building will remain open, it said.

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