Show-cause notices to employees for having more than two children in MP

Ground Report | New Delhi: A show-cause notice has been issued for teachers and government employees seeking a response for having more than two children in MP Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal district, said AK Modgil, DEO of Vidisha city.

Speaking to the ANI news agency, AK Modgil said that many people responded that this rule was not mentioned in the appointment letter. The Ministry of Education stated that the government has not informed them about these rules and regulations.

The circular issued in 2000 by the Madhya Pradesh government stated that if any government employee has more than two children born after January 26, 2001, then he or she may not use government facilities or any government work. government. Furthermore, the DEO stated that this rule is specified and referenced in every letter of appointment that was issued after January 26, 2001.

“A circular issued by the Madhya Pradesh government in the year 2000 specified that if a government employee had a third child born after January 26, 2001, he would not be eligible for the government post for which he is posted. Each letter of appointment post-January 26, 2001, specified the rule,” the DEO said.

He also reported that an MLA recently searched the Vidhan Sabha for information on the employees against whom action was taken under this rule.

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MLA asked in Vidhan sabha what measures are taken against government employees in this matter. He also asked about the list of employees who have more than two children.

“We have started to collect data and about 1,000 teachers and employees have three or more children.”

Madhya Pradesh Vidisha Education District Officer has issued 955 excuse notices for those teachers who have more than 2 children.

“An exhibition notice was sent to us. We have hinted to the authorities that there is no mention of the rule in our appointment letter. We are scared and paranoid. Action should be taken only against those whose appointment letter had the rule mentioned in it,” said Mohan Singh Kushwaha, teacher.

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