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    Bijay recommends that officers should refrain from engaging in party work.

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    Bijay, a senior officer in the government, has advised his colleagues to avoid participating in party work. This recommendation comes as a result of the increasing politicization of public services, which can lead to a conflict of interest. While it is important for government officials to maintain a good relationship with political parties, they must also ensure that their actions are impartial and not influenced by any political affiliation. By refraining from party work, officers can maintain their neutrality and uphold the principles of democracy.

    Engaging in party work can create a negative perception among the public and erode the trust that citizens have in their government. This is especially true in developing countries where corruption and nepotism are rampant. When officers participate in party activities, it can be perceived as a way to curry favor with the ruling party or to secure their position in the government. This can lead to a lack of transparency and accountability, which undermines the democratic process. Therefore, it is essential for officers to maintain their independence and avoid any activities that could compromise their integrity.

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    In conclusion, Bijay’s recommendation highlights the importance of maintaining impartiality in public service. Officers must prioritize their duties to the public over any political affiliation. By doing so, they can ensure that their actions are guided by the principles of democracy and not influenced by any external factors. Ultimately, this will help build public trust and confidence in the government, which is essential for the development of a strong and stable democracy.

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