MP: Government’s gift to government employees, ban removed from transfer

Bhopal: The ban on transfer for Madhya Pradesh government employees from July 1 to 31 has been lifted. Yes, thousands of families are happy after the government's decision. In fact, this decision was taken in the Cabinet meeting during the first Budget Session. In fact, it was said at that time that transfers could be made between May 1 and 31, but the proposed policy was delayed due to the second wave of corona. Under the proposed new policy, government employees who have fallen seriously ill from corona will get priority in transfer.

At the same time, even if he is transferred somewhere under the routine process, he will also be stopped from transferring them on corona basis. Now this exemption is available to employees suffering from diseases like cancer, kidney failure, oper heart surgery for regular check-ups. As part of the information to be revealed, the ban on transfer in the fourth term of CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is being lifted for the first time. In fact, earlier, the Kamal Nath government had introduced a policy to lift the ban from transfer for a month from June 5 to July 5, 2019.

After the expiry of the time of that policy, the proposal for transfer was sent by the department to the Chief Minister's Office for coordination. In fact, the State Government implements the policy for transfer during the lifting of the ban. Hundreds of transfer applications have come to ministers and MLAs. Not only that, due to ban on transfer, letters and note sheets of recommendations of ministers are reaching the Chief Minister's Office. Due to this, the Chief Minister has announced the lifting of the ban from the transfer.

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