Patna: The Bihar government has prohibited carrying of cell phones at ‘high-level’ meetings following the Union cabinet’s and Karnataka government’s ‘prohibition of mobile cell phones ‘ move. The principal secretary, general administration department,
Aamir Subhani issued this order on Thursday. Reportedly, the purchase asked all the secretaries and police officials to avoid usage of mobile phone cell phones while attending high-level conferences in the office.
According to a report by the Hindustan Times, the purchase said, “it is found that officials from time to time are busy upon their cellular mobile phones, which creates hindrance in smooth conduct of the meetings. ” Meanwhile, after due consideration, it provides been decided that transporting of mobiles mobile phones will be banned at all high-level meetings which usually involve the chief minister of the state departmental ministers, main secretary, and the state’s development commissioners.