Bihar govt adjustments workplace timing particularly for Muslim workers for the month of Ramzan: Details2 min read
Ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the CM Nitish Kumar-led authorities has began with its try to woo Muslim voters. On Friday, March 17, the Bihar authorities introduced its determination to alter workplace hours for Muslim workers in the course of the month of Ramzan.
In a round issued by the General Administration Department of the state authorities, it has been acknowledged that Muslim officers and staffers will likely be allowed to reach one hour earlier than the standard working hours and depart one hour earlier than accordingly in the course of the month of Ramzan.
Bihar authorities has granted permission to Muslim workers and officers to come back to the workplace one hour earlier than the scheduled time and depart the workplace one hour earlier than the scheduled time in the course of the month of Ramzan: State General Administration Department pic.twitter.com/7oEL46fRhH
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According to the official round issued by the overall administration division, “Taking into account the convenience of Muslim employees and officials, the government has granted permission for them to arrive at the office one hour before the scheduled time and leave the office one hour before the scheduled time during the month of Ramzan”.
Moreover, the round acknowledged that this authorities order can be efficient yearly in the course of the month of Ramzan.
Circular issued by Bihar authorities’s General Administration Department
Sunil Kumar Singh, the chief of Janata Dal United claimed that with this determination of the federal government, Muslim workers would have enough time to interrupt their quick within the night with out having any influence on their workplace work as they may come to the workplace one hour earlier than the workplace timings.
Notably, an analogous determination was made by the YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led Andhra Pradesh authorities not too long ago forward of Ramzan. During the holy month of Ramadan, the Andhra Pradesh authorities has issued directives permitting its Muslim workers to depart work an hour earlier within the night.
A round issued by principal secretary Revu Mutyala Raju will come into power more than likely on March 24 and will likely be efficient until April 23.
According to the round, all Muslim authorities officers and academics, in addition to volunteers from villages and wards, will likely be permitted to depart early until their presence is important as a consequence of work-related emergencies.