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Odisha government partially modified its earlier order regarding restrictions on leave to its officers till June 30

Bhubaneswar:12/6/24: The Odisha government on Wednesday partially modified its earlier order regarding restrictions on leave to its officers till June 30 given the formation of the new state government

“It has been decided that officers will be allowed to avail leave, subject to the condition that they will return from leave and join their place of positing immediately, in case of any exigency. They shall also be available on mobile without fail,” the General Administration’s notification said.

The department had earlier said that no government official will be allowed to avail leave or leave the headquarters, even on public holidays, till June 30 to attend to any urgent assignments. The only exception would be on health grounds

. In a letter to all the heads of departments, collectors, and DMs, additional chief secretary to the government Surendra Kumar said as the swearing-in ceremony of the new council of ministers is scheduled on June 12, there will be a lot of activities at different levels of the government. “Because of this, it is imperative to attend to any urgent assignments that may emerge in the coming days. Therefore, no government official will be allowed to avail leave or permitted to leave the headquarters, except on health grounds,” the letter added.

May be an image of text that says 'GOVERNMENT OF ODISHA GENERAL ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC GRIEVANCES DEPARTMENT BBSR. Dated the From Shri Surendra Kumar, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary June, 2024 Government. The Additional Chief Secretaries Principal Secretaries/ Departments ofthe Government, All Collectors DMs. Restriction Grant Madam Sir, Leave and absence Headquarters Government, there aware, the Swearing-in Ceremony with the activities that Government officials should remain attend assignments that new Council Ministers charges new days. emerge Therefore, am directed say that government official shall allowed avail leave permission leave the Headquarters, even public holidays, ( Health grounds) until instructions may issued the Officials down below. Yours sincerely, Additional Department'

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