Manipur chief minister’s secretariat restricts visitors

Imphal: In wake of the rapid rise in Covid-19 positive cases in Manipur the chief minister’s secretariat has issued certain restrictions to visitors as precautionary steps for smooth functioning of the office.

Visitors seeking an audience with chief minister N. Biren Singh have to necessarily obtain prior permission from Secretary to Chief Minister, Manipur. Entry into the office premises may be denied if prior permission has not been obtained, secretary to chief minister Ningthoujam Geoffrey said in an office memorandum on Tuesday.

No person without a mask will not be allowed to enter the office complex. Visitors seeking to meet the chief minister have to get themselves vaccinated. In this regard, prior to seeking appointment, proof of such vaccination may be sought by this office before giving appointment, the secretary said.

Visitors who have been granted appointment will necessarily be required to submit a negative Covid test report taken within last 72 hours prior to the time of appointment before being allowed to meet the chief minister. Group appointment is restricted to three persons.

Visitors who have been given appointment are advised to refrain from bringing gifts in any form. They are advised to sanitize their hands using sanitizes dispenser installed in the premises. They should cooperate with officials of the chief minister’s office for any requirement or conduct expected from them in the office premises, the secretary said.

Query and follow up on letter or representation will be entertained telephonically only (Ph. No. 0385-2450048 / 2450137). No entry will be permitted for the purpose of submitting representations. All representations will be received at the Dak Counter (general section), he added.

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