CM Pushkar Dhami in action in Uttarakhand, seeing negligence in work, said - 'Take out their suspension order'

Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami remains a part of discussions these days. Yes, his film Nayak's Anil Kapoor's action is visible. Let us tell you that the way in which Anil Kumar, who became the Chief Minister for one day in the film Nayak, raided and took action against those involved in negligence/corruption, in the same way, Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami on Wednesday at the RTO office in Dehradun. Suddenly raided. Due to the sudden arrival of CM Dhami here, there was a stir in the RTO office and on seeing it there was chaos.

On the other hand, CM Dhami, in his surprise inspection, found a major flaw here that the officers-employees working here were not coming for duty on time. Here the officers and employees were absent from duty on a large scale and after seeing such negligence in their work, CM Dhami got angry. In fact, during this surprise inspection of CM Dhami, the situation in the RTO office was found to be such that at least 80% of the staff was absent from duty and the Divisional Transport Officer (RTO) was also present in it. However, for the time being, CM Dhami has ordered to suspend the Divisional Transport Officer (RTO) only, while the order has been given to stop the salary of the rest of the missing staff.

Apart from all this, there has been talk of more action being taken against the missing staff. Let us tell all of you that CM Dhami said, 'For the proper facilities to the people of the state, it is necessary for the officers and employees of the government offices to be present in the office and reach on time. If it's 10 o'clock in the office, then reach at 10 o'clock. With this, CM Dhami said that for a few days, complaints were being received regarding the RTO office, so this surprise inspection was done.

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