Bihar’s Nitish Kumar government has made a big announcement for Muslim employees and officers. Now Muslim employees and officers will be able to go home before the scheduled time for duty. Bihar government has changed the duty time of Muslim employees and officers for Ramzan. The General Administration Department of the state government has issued a circular in this regard.
The General Administration Department of the state government has issued a circular in this regard. The General Administration Department said, “Keeping in view the convenience of the Muslim employees and officers, the government has allowed to come to the office one hour before the scheduled time and leave the office one hour before the scheduled time in the month of Ramzan.” The circular further stated, ‘This order shall be effective for every year permanently.’
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