Darbar move offices to open in Srinagar on July 06

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J&K Civil Secretariat (Srinagar)
J&K Civil Secretariat (Srinagar)

SRINAGAR — The government in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir on Monday ordered that the Darbar Move offices for Summer session (2020) will open in Srinagar on July 06 and the offices will close in Jammu on 26th June.

In an order, the government said that there will be no closure of the Jammu Secretariat and it will reopen on July 1st in the Summer capital.

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“The Darbar Move offices for the Summer Session-2020 shall formally open at Srinagar on 6th July 2020 (Monday) at 9:30 AM. The offices observing five days week shall close at Jammu on 26th June 2020 (Friday) after the office hours and the offices observing six days week shall close on 27th June 2020 (Saturday) after the office hours to facilitate packing of records and equipments,” the order states.

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The order further stated that the Civil Secretariat shall continue to remain functional both at Jammu / Srinagar and the move employees shall work on “as is where is” basis i.e. Kashmir based staff shall work from Srinagar Secretariat and Jammu based staff shall work from Jammu Secretariat. “The move offices outside the Civil Secretariat shall also continue to remain functional both at Jammu as well as at Srinagar.”

The order stated that all the Departments shall function from both the locations for which the administrative secretaries shall make necessary arrangements, especially at the senior staff level to ensure the functionality in their respective departments, both at Srinagar and Jammu. “Similar arrangements shall be put in place by the Heads of the Departments observing Darbar.”

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The health department has been asked to make arrangements for medical aid facilities at Tikri, Udhampur, Chenani, Ramban, Ramsu, Banihal, and Qazigund on the days of movement of records. “The Financial Commissioner, Health & Medical Education Department shall issue necessary instructions in this behalf to the Directorates of Jammu and Kashmir Divisions, accordingly.”

The order also stated that this arrangement is a peculiar one which is being adopted this year only keeping in view the circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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