As stated earlier Government servants conduct Rules varies from state to state, but as far as taking gifts etc. there are limitation and restrictions up to certain extend, but why should there be a restrictions on charity and welfare works? Should the Government servants obtain permission to serve the poor and the needy? to serve the orphans School etc? Ofcourse such acts shouuld not interfere in their official duties, but under any circumstances they should not be restricted or even obtain permission for such noble works. Government servants are not super human beings as to be excluded from the call of duty by the society, rather as a human beings they are very much a part and parcel of the society and they owe a duty to the society. Consider this, there is a dire needs of a helping hand in an orphan School and the Government seravants wants to extend his helping hands but his request was refused, should he or she just remain idle at home doing nothing. I am of the view that no State in India should imposed such resrictions.Is it not our Fundamental duties to reach out to the poor and the needy?