Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav
Thackeray on Tuesday requested the state’s chief secretary to attract up a plan to implement two working shifts at Mantralaya, the federal government’s administrative headquarters.
On the NITI Aayog assembly final week, Thackeray had talked about the necessity to undertake staggered workplace timings to reduce crowding within the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Amid rising COVID-19 instances within the state, Thackeray additionally requested chief secretary Sanjay Kumar to discover which authorities departments can run at full capability with staff working from dwelling, an official assertion mentioned.
The chief minister was talking at a gathering with representatives of the gazetted officers’ affiliation at his official residence ‘Varsha’ right here.
Mantralaya is positioned in south Mumbai.
Maharashtra ought to take the initiative and begin a brand new work tradition, the chief minister mentioned.
“We must always begin this new work type the place work could be accomplished with full capability and correctly and there can be much less COVID-19 risk too.
“The officers’ affiliation ought to take initiative and see how workplace timings at Mantralaya could be deliberate in two shifts, taking all people into confidence,” the assertion quoted the CM as saying.
Thackeray additionally requested the chief secretary to plan vaccination for all officers and workers at Mantralaya as frontline employees on precedence.
Steps ought to be taken in a day or two to limit the variety of outdoors guests at Mantralaya, he mentioned.
Additionally, physique temperatures of workers at Mantralaya ought to be checked each day, the chief minister mentioned.
An association ought to be made to conduct antigen exams in order that contaminated people don’t enter Mantralaya, he instructed.
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