IFS officers seek Forest Ministerís intervention
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 2: The approval of selection grade of the IFS officers of 1999 batch could not come up in the Cabinet meeting today as the Forest Secretariat allegedly failed to forward their cases.
ďSelection grade was due to IFS 1999 batch officers with effect from January 1, 2012. Though, it has been cleared by the Cabinet today in favour of IAS 1999 batch, but due to negligence of Forest Secretariat, our case is still not ready and thus didnít reach the cabinet. This has made many IFS officers including M M Hussain, Mian Javid, Samir Bharti, Mahesh Dogra and GD Chalotra to suffer,Ē sources said.
They said the concerned IFS officials have sought intervention of the Forest Minister and Chief Secretary.
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Lastupdate on : Mon, 2 Jan 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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