Big decision of Maharashtra Government: Government employees cannot be transferred after 14th August Coronavirus-latest-news
Coronavirus in Maharashtra: Outbreak of Kovid 10 in the state has not been stopped yet. A third wave of outbreaks is also being reported.
Mumbai, July 9: Of the second wave of corona in Maharashtra (Coronavirus second wave) Although the impact has diminished, the daily patient population is still in the eight thousand households. Also the possibility of a possible third wave (possibility of third wave) Has been reported. With this in mind, the state government (Maharashtra Government) State Government Employees (Government Employees) And has made important decisions regarding the replacement of officers.
General transfers of state government officers and employees are made in the months of April and May every year. However, at present the outbreak of the contagious disease Kovid 19 in the state has not been brought under control and a decision has been taken regarding the replacement considering the possibility of a third wave. Accordingly, it has been decided that in the current financial year 2021-22, transfers should be made in a limited manner till August 14, 2021 and no transfers should be made thereafter.
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In this regard, the state government has announced a ruling. It said that since Kovid has adversely affected the state’s economy, general transfers should be made within the limits of 15 per cent of the total working posts with a view to limiting the expenditure on replacement allowances.
While making general transfers within the limit of 15 per cent, preference should be given to all eligible officers and employees who have completed the prescribed period in the respective post and officers who have completed the prescribed period in the respective post.
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All transfer proceedings should be completed by July 31, 2021. Only those posts which will remain vacant after completion of general transfer process should be filled for special reasons from 1st August 2021 to 14th August 2021.
The decision also said that transfers for special reasons should be made within the limit of 10 per cent of the total working posts.