UP govt abolishes WFH, took decision in view of decreasing Corona cases

Lucknow: Amid the decreasing cases of coronavirus in Uttar Pradesh, the state government has taken a big decision regarding employees. In fact, so far, the 50 per cent rule was in force regarding the presence of employees in government offices. But now all employees have to come to duty. According to the state government's decision, only pregnant women and disabled employees will be exempted from entering the office.

The state's chief secretary has issued an order in the matter. In fact, corona cases are registering a decline in the province. After which now the state government has ordered to call all the employees to the office. So far, only 50 per cent of the employees were being called to the office during the day. According to media reports, the state government has issued fresh orders in this regard on Tuesday and on Tuesday, by issuing an order on behalf of Chief Secretary Durgashankar Mishra, the arrangement of work from home has been abolished.

On January 13, orders were issued that 50 per cent of Group B, Group C and Group D employees should be made to work from the office and 50 per cent from home. So that the office is not overcrowded. Because there was a continuous increase in the number of corona cases in the state.

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