1. From snacks to duration of meeting, guidelines from Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal specify everything

From snacks to duration of meeting, guidelines from Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal specify everything

The Assam government on Saturday issued a series of guidelines for its Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: December 18, 2016 12:49 PM
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The Assam government on Saturday issued a series of guidelines for its Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal. From the duration of the CM’s meeting to what he must be served during the meetings, the guidelines explain everything. According to the guidelines, the CM must only be served with biscuits or dry fruits along with tea and portable water at programmes. The maximum number of people who can speak before the Chief Minister at programs is set at two, reported Indian Express. Moreover, the maximum duration of such meetings must be limited to an hour, the reason of which has been cited as the “enormous demand for the Chief Minister’s time”. In addition to this, the guidelines also specify the seating arrangement of the programs which the CM would be attending. Only seven seats in the front row the dias are now permitted and no more than two rows altogether are allowed in the new guidelines. Interestingly, in addition to specifying the time, the snacks and the number of rows at any of CM’s programmes, the guidelines also specify the amount of space that should be in between the first and the second row. It says, that there must not be less than four feet of space between the two rows.

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Earlier this month, a set of guidelines regarding PM Modi’s speeches was also issued by BJP headquarters. The guidelines specified the number of people who can share the dias with the Prime Minister. The headquarters also asked for the list of people who would be sharing the dias with the prime minitser and the ones who would be receiving him at the airport or the helipad. According to the guidelines, the list has to reach the Prime Minister’s office a week in advance. The headquarter had also asked the hoardings to carry government’s welfare schemes. It also asked the state units that photographs along with reports of the campaign must be emailed to the central office.

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