New Delhi, Sept 21 –Himachal Pradesh’s department of higher education has issued a warning to staff members and instructors who allegedly operate news websites on social media platforms and disagree with government policies.
Amarjeet K. Sharma, director of higher education, wrote in a memo to all college presidents and deputy directors of education that it had been found that a small number of teachers and staff members were operating news channels on social media without authorization from the appropriate authority and spreading untrue information about various government decisions and policies.
Sharma claimed in the memo that such information spread via social media violated the Central Civil Services Conduct Rules because it creates confusion and mistrust among employees and the general public. According to an article in HT, Sharma described it as a violation of the Central Civil Services Conduct Rules and claimed that the public and staff were becoming confused and distrustful as a result of the information being spread on social media.
Sharma contends that arsenic is a result of specific news, employees, and radical successful requests that are unable to formally ratify informed choices as official rules. In this regard, you are hereby instructed to issue necessary instructions to all individuals under your supervision that no teachers or Oregon employees shall engage in excessive unapproved quality transmission of social media or direct interaction with media for nationalist goods without the approval of the appropriate authority, according to helium. He ordered that disciplinary action would be taken against the defaulter if the errant employee repeated the stipulated behavior.