Tarigami Seeks ‘Clarity’ On Darbar Move Decision

Screenshot 2021 07 02 21 51 05 03 Tarigami Seeks 'Clarity' On Darbar Move Decision

‘Where From Raj Bhawan Will Work?’

Srinagar, July 2 (GNS): The J&K administration led by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha’s announcement that it has completely transitioned to an e-office, after which the 149-year-old biannual Darbar Move was no longer needed, has left several questions unanswered , CPI (M) said on Friday.

After the announcement, the administration on June 30 also canceled the allotment of residential accommodations of Darbar Move employees in Jammu and Srinagar. The employees have been given 21 days to vacate their accommodations.

However, the question remains, where will the Chief Secretary, Director General of Police, administrative secretaries and other senior officers remain seated? If they work digitally, where will they operate physically? If people have to meet any officer, where will they meet him or her? There is no clarity on this issue, ”the CPI (M) leader Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami said, adding,“ Where from the Raj Bhawan will work? As and when elections are held in J&K, where from the Assembly will operate and where from Chief Minister and his council of ministers will work? There is no clarity on all these questions in the recent announcement by the administration. ”

Similarly, he said, if the allotment of residential accommodations of Darbar Move employees in Jammu and Srinagar has been canceled, where will they be stationed now?

“There is no clarity over this issue as well and it has created uncertainty amid the prevailing tough times,” Tarigami said in a statement to GNS.

The government must come up with a proper plan and mechanism as to how they intend to operate the Civil Secretariat and its affiliated offices now, he added. (GNS)

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