42 JK cadre IPS officers face action for ‘default’
MHA Hosts Names On Website
Srinagar, Oct 25: The Government of India has decided to put around 40 senior police officers from Jammu and Kashmir cadre in the negative list of vigilance clearance for their failure to declare annual Immovable Property Returns (IPR).
The list of 864 “defaulting” Indian Police Service (IPS) officers from various states publicized by the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on its website Monday includes 42 officers from J&K cadre.
The IPS officers of J&K cadre who figure in the list of “defaulters” include, Paramdeep Singh Gill, K Rajendra Kumar, S Gopal Reddy, Vinay Kumar Singh, Farooq Ahmad, Deepak Kumar, Gulzar Singh, Abdul Gani Mir, Sunil Kumar Sharma, Abdul Qayoom Manhas, Rauf-ul- Hassan, Saji Mohan, Tsewang Namgiyal Kalon, Manish Kishore Sinha, Avtar Singh Bali, Jagjit Kumar, Mubarik Ahmed Ganie, J P Singh, Vipulav Kumar, Kastoori Lal Bhagat, Naseerudin Wani, A K Atri, Parminder Singh, Javed Reyaz, Abdul Hamid, Shakeel Ahmed Beigh, Manmohan Singh, Ashkoor Ahmad Wani, Bashir Ahmad Yatoo, Uttam Chand, Atul Kumar Goel, Bhim Sen Tuti, Kaliraj Mahesh Kumar, Amit Kumar, Sunil Gupta, Neeva Jain, Tejinder Singh, Abdul Jabbar, Ajeetha Begum, Udayabhaskar Billa, S K R Mishra and Rahul Malik.
These police officers, according to MHA, have not declared their annual IPRs for 2010 despite three deadlines given to them by the home ministry.
The names were made public by MHA, which is the cadre controlling authority of IPS officers, after the latest deadline of October 10 went by without any response from these police officers on submission of their IPRs.
MHA had issued the latest deadline to these police officers in September 2011, asking them to submit their annual IPR for 2010 before October 10 else “their vigilance clearance may be denied for future postings.” It also said names of defaulters would be made public on the ministry’s website.
“If the IPRs for 2010 are not received within the aforesaid period, names of defaulting officers will be posted on the website of this ministry,” the circular issued by MHA in September said.
The ministry, in its circular, also directed the officials to ensure that phrases such as “same as previous years”, “no change” or “no addition” should not be used in filing these returns and instead full particulars of immovable property (inherited/owned/acquired or held) should be furnished.
It was the third deadline given by the ministry after the IPS officers failed to adhere to their first deadline of January 31 and second deadline of September 20.
The home ministry also said if the officers failed to submit their returns before October 10, action may be initiated as per the modified guidelines of the department of personnel.
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