New Delhi: A fine will be imposed for touching the feet. Such a notice has been issued by Shikohabad CO Kamlesh Kumar. He says that if any complainant is seen touching the feet of a government official, a fine of Rs 200 will be charged from him. Also, if any government employee is seen breaking this rule, then action will be taken on that too.
People touch feet of govt officials to get their work done
The culture of “feet touching” is very common in government departments. People are seen touching the feet of an employee-officer to get their work done. Even in the police department, the complainants are seen touching the feet of government employees to get their work done quickly.
Initiative by Shikohabad CO
An initiative has been started in Shikohabad’s CO Kamlesh Kumar regarding this. Under which if a complainant is seen touching the feet of a government employee, a fine of Rs 200 will be imposed immediately. This initiative of CO is now being discussed everywhere.
Fine of Rs 200 for touching feet
To improve the image of the police, notices have been put on the walls of all the offices under the initiative of CO Shikohabad Kamlesh Kumar. It is written in the notice that “If any complainant touches the feet of any Babu, employee or officer for getting his work done, he will be immediately charged a fine of Rs 200. Because the people working here are servants, there is no Babuji.
CO Shikohabad, on the notice to be charged for touching the feet of Kamlesh, says that “the public should come to his office with respect, sit on the chair with respect and tell the problem, we are ready to listen to their problems, we are their servants but there is no babu ji here and our culture is also not like this.
Elder people come and try to touch the feet, it is an embarrassment. We are the servants of the public, the government pays us, we do not hurt the public’s self-respect, come with respect and keep your word, if the complainant is a government employee who violates this rule, then he will also be fined.