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Chief Secretary Rajeeva Swarup has issued an in depth round to all departments issuing directions to officers to rise up to welcome the MPs and MLAs and do the identical after they depart the premises.
- PTI Jaipur
- Last Updated: October 9, 2020, 5:16 PM IST
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The Rajasthan authorities has requested its officers to rise up to present respect when an MP or MLA visits their workplace. Chief Secretary Rajeeva Swarup has issued an in depth round to all departments issuing directions to officers to rise up to welcome the MPs and MLAs and do the identical after they depart the premises.
The senior official additionally fastened the accountability of officers concerning the letters of MPs and MLAs despatched to them. The officers may have to eliminate the matter raised by the MPs and MLAs and may have to give a last reply inside 30 days and messages dropped by them on telephone may also have to be taken severely.
In the order issued on September 23, the chief secretary mentioned every time an MP or MLA writes a letter for public welfare works to any division, the division involved ought to ship an acknowledgement of the letter and if any matter raised by them is pending, then the division ought to apprise them of the progress from time to time. The chief secretary talked about in the round that it was introduced to the discover of the federal government that instructions issued earlier for sending replies to letters of MPs/MLAs weren’t being adopted correctly.
The round states that they need to be handled humbly and with respect. It says that every time MPs/MLAs come to meet them, they need to stand in respect throughout welcome and farewell and also needs to take acceptable motion on their grievances/ideas.
Swarup mentioned the Rajasthan authorities’s first precedence is on delivering good governance and is severe on the reply to the letters of MPs/MLAs subsequently the recent round was issued.