Home Ministry cracks whip
Filing property returns
New Delhi, Nov 4: Responding to reports about many state governments being sluggish in either securing or forwarding to the Centre the property returns of the IPS officers, the Union Home Ministry has put the states on notice and asked them to send the returns without any further delay.
Every Indian Police Service is required to fill Part II of the Performance Appraisal Report and submit the same to the Reporting Authority. Simultaneously, he/she is required to submit the property return to the State Government concerned in a sealed cover and indicate the date of submission of the same in the relevant column of the PAR.
The PAR for 2011 is due to be submitted on or before Nov 1, 2012. Simultaneously, the property return as on 1.1.2011 must also be submitted by the officers to the State Government concerned.
Reminding the officers about their obligations in this regard, a Home Ministry communiqué has said that they should submit the PAR for 2010-11 by 31 December, 2011 and also submit property return for the year 2011 to the State Government concerned by 31st January, 2012.
Sources in the Home Ministry said that it was found that property returns, for 2010, of 713 IPS officers had not been received in the North Block, the Ministry headquarters. It was after several reminders to the state governments the names of such officers were put on the Ministry’s website. The Ministry had also reacted after some heads of the Police Forces and individual officers have told the media that they had already submitted their property returns.
“Unless the property returns are received by the Central Government, the record will not be complete and the Central Government has no option but to assume that the property return(s) had not been submitted,’ sources added.
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