Rule 20 of CCS (conduct) rules, 1964 - outside influence prohibit


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Please find enclosed herewith Govt. office memorandum indicated above for information and strict compliance. Any Excise & Narcotics personnel violating the provision of the O.M. shall be strictly dealt with. The fact shall be highlighted in the ACR/CR/PAR which shall be a bar in getting a grade required for promotion to the next higher grade.



Commissioner of Excise & Narcotics,

Mizoram, Aizawl.





DP&AR Office memorandum Dated Aizawl, the 28th September, 2016




Dated, Aizawl the 28th September, 2016

No.C.11019/1/2009-PAR(SSW)/4 : Mizoram Sawrkar hnuaia hnathawk thenkhatin an service chungchangah, entirnan, transfer leh posting-ah te, Minister, MLA, Non-Official te leh pawn lam thiltihtheihna (outside influence) ruai an awm thin a. Hetianga chet hi Rule 20 of CSS (Conduct) Rules, 1964 kalh a nih avangin Sawrkar chuan a ngaimawh hle a ni.

Chuvangin, Mizoram Sawrkar hnuaia thawk zawng zawngte, an service chungchangah political emaw pawn lam thiltihtheihna hman emaw, hman tum lo tura hriattir nawn leh an ni e.

Rule 20 of CSS (Conduct) Rules, 1964 chu a hnuaiah hian tarlan chhawn a ni:


Rule 20 of CCS (Conduct) Rules, 1964 :

"No Government servant shall bring or attempt to bring any political or other outside influence to bear upon any superior authority to further his interest in respect of matters pertaining to his service under the Government".

(Sawrkar hnathawk tupawhin Sawrkar hnuaia an service chungchangah an mimal hamthatna tih pun nan emaw tih that nan emaw hotu sangte chunga tuan turin political emaw pawn lam thiltihtheihna (outside influence) an ruai emaw, rawih an turn emaw tur a ni lo).



Principal Secretary to the Govt, of Mizoram


Prohibition of Outside Influence in service matter - Rule 20 of CCS (conduct) Rules 1964


Prohibition of Outside Influence in service matter - Rule 20 of CCS (conduct) Rules 1964