Following the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP)’s historic victory in the Gujarat Assembly elections, the Bhupendra Patel administration has reactivated and begun moving projects forward. All attendees, including ministers and personnel, are no longer allowed to bring phones to cabinet meetings.
The cabinet meeting of the state government takes place once each week. In the cabinet meetings, policy and pertinent topics are discussed. Prior to this cabinet meeting, ministers and other officials were permitted to use their cell phones, but this has since been outlawed for everyone. All relevant ministers and government representatives have been informed, according to Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel. The decision will take effect after the following cabinet meeting. Officials are required to leave their cell phones outside.
Maintaining the confidentiality of the discussions occurring in the cabinet meeting is another justification for carrying out this decision. Officers with the titles of secretary and secretary are present at the cabinet meeting. The chief secretary has given orders to all officers to adhere to this regulation in the letter.
Additionally, the system is becoming better at a time when the threat of Corona is once again rising in the nation. As part of the vigilance, the state administration is currently prepared to put the new regulations into effect. In response to PM Modi’s request, ministers began donning masks as a precaution, and now they are requiring that guests do the same.
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