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May 5, 2010

A lenient view on CG Staffs working in Mumbai

No. 33011/1(s)/2010-Estt(B)

Government of India

Ministry of Personnel, Public
Grievances and Pensions

(Department of Personnel and Training)
North Block, New Delhi

Dated the 4th May, 2010

Subject: Working of Central Government offices
in Mumbai in the context of the
disruption of rail services in Mumbai- flexi-timing reg.
              The undersigned is directed to say that in the context of
disruption of rail services in Mumbai and the likely inconvenience to
Central Government employees located in Mumbai in commuting from their
residence to the work place and back, the following procedure may be adopted
until the rail services are restored to normalcy:-
(i) The office timings in the respective offices shall be continued for
those employees who are able to reach the office in time.
(ii) A lenient view may be taken for late comers.
(iii) The Government of Maharashtra has issued instructions that in order to
facilitate transport arrangement for employees, the private companies may
close their offices at 3.00 PM, public sector banks may close their offices
at 4.00 PM and Government offices may be closed at 5.00 PM during the
agitation period. These instructions may be complied with. Any further
instructions issued by the Maharashtra Government in this regard, during the
period of disruption, may also be followed.
All Ministries/departments are requested to bring the above procedure to the
notice of their offices located in Mumbai for appropriate action.
(CA. Subramanian)


A11 Minislries/Departmen, Government of India

Copy to: Chief Secretary, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai.

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