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Delhi Chief Secretary cracks whip, directs babus to come to office by 9.45

by Manish Sen
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New Delhi: Cracking the whip on lax officers, Delhi Chief Secretary M M Kutty has warned babus of strict action for not observing punctuality in attending their offices and directed them to come to office by 9.45 AM.

Delhi Chief Secretary M M Kutty

Delhi Chief Secretary M M Kutty

This is the first strong message to officers from the Delhi’s top bureaucrat after he found that a large number of babus are not coming to office on time.

Kutty has directed Secretary (GAD) to keep a watch on the attendance of officers and officials working in Delhi Secretariat and and also ensure that they mark their attendance in biometric attendance system by 9.45 AM.

Kutty, a 1985-batch IAS officer, had taken charge as Delhi Chief Secretary on December 1, replacing Keval Kumar Sharma who has been transferred as OSD in the Union HRD Ministry.

“Principal secretaries and secretaries ensure punctuality in their departments and if an officer/official is habitual late corner, then action may be taken against him or her as per rules,” he told officers, as per the official minutes of the recently-held meeting.

He had been the Principal Secretary to former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit. He has also worked with the AAP government as the Finance Secretary.

Delhi Secretariat houses offices of several important departments – Transport, Urban Development, Power, PWD, Finance – besides offices of all ministers, including Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

In the meeting, the issue of decline in collection of trade and taxes, excise and revenue departments was also raised and that, the Delhi Chief Secretaries has directed principal secretaries and secretaries to improve the same as they are the major source of generating revenue.


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