No work, No pay rule for government employees in Manipur

Imphal: The Manipur government introduced a “no-work, no-pay” rule for its employees who have remained absent from office “without valid and accepted reasons.”

This decision comes as many government offices in the state continue to witness reduced staff attendance amid the ongoing violence.

“Officials who are unable to attend office at their usual place of posting on account of the prevailing law and order situation in the state had been attached with Deputy Commissioners/line departments/field level offices to enable them to function therefrom, or for discharging such responsibilities as may be assigned to them, by the Deputy Commissioners concerned, or such authorities duly authorised in this regard, “circular issued by department.

It further stated that there have been reports that “many such officials so attached are not attending offices to which they have been attached or not reporting for duty.”

Deputy commissioners, heads of departments have been informed to maintain register to record attendances of the said “attached officials”, the circular stated, adding that the records along with “reports of improper conduct, if any” shall be shared with those responsible for disbursing salary of those officials.

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