Yogi government's big order: 'Women employees will not work at night'

Lucknow: In Uttar Pradesh, one after another, such feats are taking place which is shocking. Now, according to the information received recently, the Yogi government here has taken a big decision for women. In fact, the government's order is that women staff should not be put on duty from 7 pm to 6 am. This means that night duty is over here now. Apart from this, it is also estimated that more than 5 lakh women in UP work even after 7 pm. In such a situation, now after the arrival of the new order, action will be taken if the woman employee is put on her night duty without taking her permission.

According to the information received, the Yogi government of UP has banned women from working at night. Now they cannot be made to do duty from 7 pm to 6 am. This rule will be applicable to both the government and private sector. If the duty of the female employee has to be imposed, then the written permission has to be taken first. If a woman refuses to work after 7 pm, the company cannot fire her from the job.

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