Another govt servant suspended for violating code of conduct in Boudh

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | April 22, 2024 IST

Boudh, April 22: Another government servant in Odisha’s Boudh district has been suspended for allegedly violating the model code of conduct ahead of the General Elections 2024. The government servant has been identified as Satyanarayan Danta. Danta is presently working as a Junior Clerk in Radhamadhaba High School in Lambasarivillage under Kantamal block in Odisha’s Boudh district. Boudh district Collector and election officer J. Sonal  has suspended Danta for participating in a political rally. 

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He said that, representatives of a political party have lodged a complaint against the junior clerk alleging that he was campaigning for a political party. They have also provided the photos and videos as evidence. After investigation, he has been put under suspension. Worth mentioning, at least three school teachers from the same district were earlier suspended and transferred for their participation in election rallies ahead of the General elections.

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 In accordance with the directive issued by the Election Commission of India on March 15, 2024, and the Odisha Government Servants’ Conduct Rules, 1959, government employees are prohibited from being affiliated with political or communal parties or organizations engaged in political or communal activities. Additionally, they are prohibited from participating in, supporting, or contributing to any political or communal movement or activity.

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