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CHAPTER V CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE ( 457 -458 ) 459 CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE SECTION `A' RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF GOVERNMENT SERVANTS Government Servants (Conduct) Rules, 1964 Sl. No. 1 In exercise of the powers conferred by paragraph (a) of clause (2) of Article 178 and clause (1) of Article 179 of the Constitution and of all powers enabling him in that behalf, the President is pleased to make the following rules, namely:THE GOVERNMENT SERVANTS (CONDUCT) RULES, 1964 1. S
  CHAPTER V CONDUCTANDDISCIPLINE   ( 457 -458 )  459   CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINESECTION `A'RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS RELATING TOTHE CONDUCT OF GOVERNMENT SERVANTS   Government Servants(Conduct) Rules, 1964   Sl. No. 1  In exercise of the powers conferred by paragraph(a) of clause (2) of Article 178 and clause (1) of Article 179 ofthe Constitution and of all powers enabling him in that behalf,the President is pleased to make the following rules, namely:-THE GOVERNMENT SERVANTS (CONDUCT)RULES, 19641. Short title and commencement.- (1) These rules maybe called the Government Servants (Conduct) Rules, 1964.(2) They shall come into force at once.2. Extent of application.- These rules apply to everyperson, whether on duty or on leave, within or withoutPakistan, serving in a civil capacity in connection with theaffairs of the Centre and to the members of an All-PakistanService during their employment under the ProvincialGovernments or while on deputation with any otherGovernment, agency, institution or authority:Provided that the Central Government may, by anotification in the official Gazette exempt any class ofGovernment servants from the operation of all or any of theserules.  460  3. Definitions.- (1) In these rules, unless there isanything repugnant in the subject or context,-(a) Government means the Central Governmentand in respect of officers of an All-PakistanService serving in a Province, the ProvincialGovernment;(b) Government servant means a person to whomthese rules apply; and(c) member of a Government servant's family includes-(i) his wife, child or step-child, whetherresiding with the Government servant ornot; and(ii) any other relative of the Governmentservant or his wife, when residing withand wholly dependent upon theGovernment servant, but does notinclude a wife legally separated from theGovernment servant, or a child or step-child who is no longer in any waydependent upon him, or of whosecustody the Government servant hasbeen deprived by law.(2) Reference to a wife in clause (c) of sub-rule (1) shallbe construed as references to a husband where theGovernment servant is a woman.4. Repeal of previous Conduct Rules.- TheGovernment Servants Conduct Rules made under section 96-Bof the Government of India Act, 1919, and the Secretary ofState's Services (Conduct) Rules, 1942, made under sections  461  247(1), 250 and 269 of the Government of India Act, 1935, in sofar as they applied to the persons to whom these rules apply,are hereby repealed, but such repeal shall not affect anythingduly done or suffered under those rules. @* [5. Gifts.- (1) Save as otherwise provided in this rule,no Government servant shall, except with the previoussanction of the Government, accept, or permit any member ofhis family to accept, from any person any gift the receipt ofwhich will place him under any form of official obligation tothe donor. If, however, due to very exceptional reasons, a giftcannot be refused, the same may, under intimation to theCabinet Division, be kept for official use in the Department orOrganisation in which he is working].(2) If any question arises whether receipt of a gift placesa Government servant under any form of official obligation tothe donor, the decision of the Government thereon shall befinal.(3) If any gift is offered by the head or representative ofa foreign State, the Government servant concerned shouldattempt to avoid acceptance of such a gift, if he can do sowithout giving offence. If, however, he cannot do so, he shallaccept the gift and shall report its receipt to the CabinetDivision for orders as to its disposal. * [(4) Government servants are prohibited fromreceiving gift of any kind for their person or for members oftheir families from diplomats, consular and other foreignGovernment representatives or their employees who arestationed in Pakistan. If, however, due to very exceptionalreasons, a gift cannot be refused, it should invariably bedeposited in the Toshakhana.(5) Government servants, except those belonging to BPS1 to 4, are prohibited from accepting cash awards offered bythe visiting foreign dignitaries. In case, however, it becomes
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