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Non-performing staff to be considered for compulsorily retirement: Yogi

By Team Pardaphash 
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In a big move to make departmental employees work in tandem, Yogi Government announced that the Uttar Pradesh government is reviewing the performance of its employees and will retire or even sack those found inadequate for the job.

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A wave of shock is now among the 1.7-million strong workforce subsequent to the instructions given in this regard.

Chief secretary Rajiv Kumar asked all additional chief secretaries, principal secretaries and secretaries to screen the performance of staff who are 50 and above and submit a list by July-end.

“Those whose performance is not up to the mark would be considered for compulsorily retirement as per the government rules,” says the order issued after chief minister Yogi Adityanath called for strict adherence to the compulsory retirement rule.

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