The new order given by the Chief Minister of Tripura to the government employees is a step towards the growing step towards Ramrajya. Know what a new order was given in Tripura
After this step a message will be issued in the society which will point to a disciplined government and its employees. Tripura Chief Minister Shri Biplab Kumar Deb Ji’s instructions to his government officials and employees, which have made a big name in the politics of India due to their statements and their actions in very short time, are being considered as a major sight throughout the country. And even away from development, there is a sign of the development of a region of the Northeast in the mainstream.
At the moment, after a new order, Tripura has once again come to the national scene. It is learned that the Chief Minister of Tripura, Mr. Bipal Kumar Deb has directed the officers and staff of the state to follow the dress code during duty. During the duty, the Chief Minister has stopped wearing jeans and black glasses of employees. According to a decree issued by state Chief Secretary Sushil Kumar, do not wear casual clothes such as jeans, cargo pants and sunglasses during official meetings.
It has been said in the memorandum that some officers are busy on their mobile during the meeting, it is a symbol of disrespect. According to the media reports, the order was issued on August 20.
In Tripura, during the last Manik Sarkar, officials were also forbidden to roam in the pocket. During that time, the District Magistrate was asked to pay attention that during the official meetings, he and his members stayed in Dayakoram and follow the Code of Conduct. Kumar claimed in the memorandum that he has had three decades of experience working in the Government of India and so far the officer of the IAS or central services has not been seen in the office wearing informal clothes.