Written by Bella Dalima
14 Jun, 2014 | 10:50 pm
Seeking to streamline overseas visits of ministers, the Indian PM’s office has asked them to give at least 10 days prior notice and file a detailed report about the outcome of the visit on return.
Issuing an official memo, the cabinet secretariat said the proposals seeking approval of the Prime Minister for official visits abroad should be forwarded to the PMO ” at least 10 day before the proposed date of departure”.
Furthermore, the proposal seeking approval of the PM should incorporate details of the “tasks to accomplished during the visit.”
The concerned ministers and officers would also be required to submit a post-visit report to the Prime Minister.
Similarly, it has been decided that the same process would be implemented in respect of visits abroad by secretaries and additional secretary level officers seeking the clearance of the screening committee of secretaries.
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