All Central Government employees are strictly advised to send their application for the representation on any service matters should forward to higher authorities through proper channel only, not to directly.
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The Department of Expenditure (Controller General of Accounts) published an OM regarding the subject of representation from Government servant on service matters on 19th November 2019.
As per instructions said in the OM, the provision of Rule 20 of CCS(Conduct) Rules 1964 prohibiting Government servants from bringing outside influence in respect of matter pertaining to his service matters. Violation of these instructions may be treated as unbecoming conduct on the part of Government servant and may attract the provision of Rule 3(1) (iii) of CCS(Conduct) Rules, 1964.
And also the order said, the violation of the instructions may led to disciplinary action against the government servant under relevant rules.
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