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Press brief without consent irked PMO?

By Indian Mandarins- 31 Oct 2019
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The power corridors are abuzz that the newspaper reports over a top level meeting ahead of investors meet being organised by the the Govt of Himachal Pradesh State in the first week of November at Dharamshala has irked the top decisions makers.

If some top sources are to be believed the Prime Minister Office has pulled up the Himachal Pradesh Government either for the leak of information or issuing a press release about a meeting the Prime Minister had with Chief Secretary Dr Shrikant Baldi regarding an investors meet.

As per protocol, rule and convention no press briefing should be allowed without clearance from PMO about meetings taken by the PM.

Those in the know the affairs say that all it appears to have created an impression that Chief Minister was not given due attention and the top authorities interacted directly with officers of the State.

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