10 Jun Govt compulsorily retires 12 senior officers over costs of extortion, bribe, sexual abuse
The central authorities on Monday reportedly compulsorily retired a dozen senior authorities officers, which embody a chief commissioner, principal commissioners and commissioner of the Earnings Tax Division, underneath Rule 56(j) of the Common Monetary Guidelines (GFRs).
A few of these officers had been embroiled in instances of corruption, sexual harassment, disproportionate belongings, finance ministry sources instructed Enterprise At this time.In.
The folks being ousted embody Ashok Agarwal (IRS 1985), Joint Commissioner Earnings Tax (CIT), S Okay Srivastava (IRS, 1989), Commissioner (Enchantment), Noida, Homi Rajvansh (IRS, 1985), B B Rajendra Prasad, Ajoy Kumar Singh (CIT) and B. Arulappa (CIT).
The opposite officers included within the listing had been Alok Kumar Mitra, Chander Saini Bharti, Andasu Ravindar, Vivek Batra, Swetabh Suman and Ram Kumar Bhargava.
That is being seen as a serious clear up drive by the Narendra Modi-led NDA authorities on bureaucrats and officers to rid the nation’s huge paperwork of corruption and unlawful actions.
The Rule 56(j) of Central Civil Providers (Pension) Guidelines, 1972 gives for periodical overview of efficiency of presidency servants with a view to establish whether or not they need to be retained in service or retired from service within the public curiosity.
As per these directions, the instances of presidency servant coated by FR 56(j), 56(1) or Rule 48(1) (b) of CCS (Pension) Guidelines, 1972 needs to be reviewed six months earlier than he / she attains the age of 50/55 years, in instances coated by FR 56(j) and on completion of 30 years of qualifying service underneath FR 56(1) / Rule 48 of CCS(Pension) Guidelines, 1972.
Edited by Chitranjan Kumar