79 IAS officers submit IPRs
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Mar 12: While the General Administrative Department today refuted a news item regarding non-submission of Immoveable Property Returns (IPRs) by 96 IAS officers of J&K Cadre), the official data available online speaks the contrary.
As per the Government of India official website (http://www.ipr.ias.nic.in) at least 96 out of 97 officials from Jammu and Kashmir had failed to submit the IPRs till last evening.
However, as per the latest information available on the website only 23 officers were not in the list of the defaulters.
Referring to report carried by various newspapers an official spokesman clarified that the IAS officers are required to submit IPRs in terms of Rule 16(2) of the All India Service (Conduct) Rules, 1968, latest by 31st January, to the Cadre Controlling Authority and majority of them have met the procedure.
The GAD spokesperson clarified further that 79 IAS officers of J&K Cadre have submitted their IPRs well in time, i.e. by 31st January, 2013, to the General Administration Department, Civil Secretariat, Jammu and the same have been uploaded at the IPR portal of the DoPT website. The news reports mentioning names of the defaulters, therefore, need to be corrected.
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Lastupdate on : Tue, 12 Mar 2013 18:30:00 GMT
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