Ban on appointment without sanctioned posts; govt warns of criminal prosecution against erring officials

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The Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms in an office memorandum stated that the State Government has issued instructions that all appointments at all levels shall be made only against existing vacant posts that have been created in accordance with the rules in force and no appointment of any sort shall be made in the absence of a vacant post vide this Department’s Office Memorandum vide No.AR-5/ASSO/98 (C) dated 26th February, 2001.

 

Despite clear instructions, it has come to the notice of the Government that a number of unauthorized appointments without sanctioned posts have been made by certain Heads of Department. The Government has viewed seriously such violation of standing rules/procedures and it is hereby re¬iterated that the erring officials shall be penalized as per the rules. Criminal prosecution of the erring officials shall be taken up by filing FIR in the Vigilance Commission and also all payments of pensionary benefits should be withheld till criminal case is disposed off.

 

This instruction has been issued with the direction of the Cabinet vide O.M. No.CAB-2/2013 dated 5th July, 2018.

 

Recruitment of Grade-IV Post in the District Offices

 

The Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms in a Notification stated that in pursuance of the P&AR Department’s Office Memorandum No.AR-3/Gen-174/2007 (Pt) dated 26th October, 2017, it has been re-iterated that the appointment of Grade-IV posts in the Districts shall be filled by the respective indigenous inhabitants of the Districts only.

 

In this connection, all the Departments have been directed to submit a consolidated report on all the appointments made to Grade-IV posts in the districts, with effect from 26/10/2017 till date to this Department latest by 14th Aug, 2018 without fail.

 

This instruction is issued with the direction of the Cabinet vide O.M. No.CAB-2/2013 dated 5th July, 2018.

 

Source: DIPR

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