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CM Yogi’s New Guide for UP Officials.

The Yogi government of UP has created new media guidelines for its officials and employees. Anyone who wants to speak in the media must first seek permission from the government. The new order also lays down new rules for social media. This order has been issued by Additional Chief Secretary Devesh Chaturvedi. The order has been issued on Wednesday night. It is strictly stated that the rules of conduct should be followed. Action will be taken against those who do not do so. Do not write articles in newspapers or speak on TV and radio without permission. Do not even write on social media.

The order has been issued on Wednesday night. Adherence to the rules of conduct is strictly stated. Action will be taken against those who do not do so. Do not write articles in newspapers or speak on TV and radio without permission. Don’t even write on social media.

Permission must be sought to write in newspapers

Uttar Pradesh Additional Chief Secretary on Code of Conduct and Media Relations Dr. The order issued by Devesh Chaturvedi referred to the Uttar Pradesh Government Employees Conduct Rules, 1956. According to the provisions of Rule 3(2) of these Rules, the behavior and conduct of every Government servant shall always be in accordance with Government orders.

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Rules 6,7 and 9 deal with radio or newspapers and criticism of the Government. The order states that no government servant shall own, edit or manage or manage any magazine or newspaper without prior permission.

The guidelines issued by the government state that without the prior approval of an authorized officer, no government employee shall submit any article to any magazine or newspaper or participate in any radio broadcast.

The government will also monitor social media

The ban also applies to writing anonymously or in one’s own name to magazines or newspapers, the order said. However, if such article or broadcast is purely artistic, literary or scientific in nature, no approval shall be required.

The order said that these days there has been a lot of expansion in the form of media, the broad definition of media includes X (earlier Twitter), WhatsApp, Instagram, Telegram) electronic media (radio and news channels), print media (newspapers). , magazines), social media (Facebook, and digital media (news portals). These rules will also apply to these.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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