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Forest deptt likely to promote blue-eyed guard as inspector
Contempt of Court?
1/11/2017 12:06:12 AM
Akshay Azad
Early Times Report
Jammu, Jan 10: In an open contempt of high court, the Forest department is likely to promote a blue-eyed from a seniority list already stayed by the high court.
Sources in department informed Early Times that in the past few days, the Forest Protection Force (FPF) guards, who were promoted as Inspectors were demoted after five years of acting as in-charge inspectors and now the FPF directorate was mooting to promote some blue-eyed, as per same seniority list, already stayed by High Court.
"The department had promoted dozens of Forest guards as Incharge Inspectors as per the seniority, which was fixed according to the merit of Service Selection Recruitment Board (SSB) lists. Though these in-charge had completed five years of service but were not regularized and finally to benefit some blue-eyed, the outgoing director of FPF rescind the promotion order of 2011, thus demoting the incharge inspectors, which was also in contempt of High Court orders", sources said.
They further added that all it was done only to benefit some blue-eyed candidates, who fall in the seniority list fixed by department as per Rule 38 of 264.
"Though the same rule 38 of SRO-264 issued vide order number 344 DFPF of 2015 dated 31/3/2015and number 752 DFPF of 2015 dated 4/9/2015 is pending before High Court of Jammu as well as Kashmir in service writ petitions number 1278 of 2015, 1280/2015, 672/2015, 11/2015/1066/2011 and 1952 of 2012", sources said.
They further informed that inspire of so many litigations pending in High Court, the Director FPF has reportedly been preparing to proceed further in the matter of acting upon the seniority list issued under rule 38 of SRO-264, merely for appeasing some blue-eyed guards, without caring about the sanctity of Court", sources said, adding, "In the past also the department had acted haphazardly which has resulted into filing of so many writ petitions pending in High Court. Recruitment rules are still pending and department is proceeding for promotions only to appease some blue-eyed".
Director of FPF, Asif Iqbal said that so far there was no plan to effect promotions due to litigations pending in the court of law. "When the litigations will be resolved, promotions will probably be effected", he said
'Jungle Raaj'
The Forest department seems all set to ignore the court directions to promote a blue eyed guard as inspector. The promotion list was stayed by the court and matter is still sub-judicious.
.o order of High Court, the Jammu and Kashmir Forest department has almost finalized to promote some blue-eyed from the seniority list, already stayed by High Court in various writ petitions.
Sources in department informed Early Times that in the past few days, the Forest Protection Force (FPF) guards, who were promoted as Inspectors were demoted after five years of acting as in-charge inspectors and now the FPF directorate was mooting to promote some blue-eyed, as per same seniority list, already stayed by High Court.
"The department had promoted dozens of Forest guards as Incharge Inspectors as per the seniority, which was fixed according to the merit of Service Selection Recruitment Board (SSB) lists. Though these in-charge had completed five years of service but were not regularized and finally to benefit some blue-eyed, the outgoing director of FPF rescind the promotion order of 2011, thus demoting the incharge inspectors, which was also in contempt of High Court orders", sources said.
They further added that all it was done only to benefit some blue-eyed candidates, who fall in the seniority list fixed by department as per Rule 38 of 264.
"Though the same rule 38 of SRO-264 issued vide order number 344 DFPF of 2015 dated 31/3/2015and number 752 DFPF of 2015 dated 4/9/2015 is pending before High Court of Jammu as well as Kashmir in service writ petitions number 1278 of 2015, 1280/2015, 672/2015, 11/2015/1066/2011 and 1952 of 2012", sources said.
They further informed that inspire of so many litigations pending in High Court, the Director FPF has reportedly been preparing to proceed further in the matter of acting upon the seniority list issued under rule 38 of SRO-264, merely for appeasing some blue-eyed guards, without caring about the sanctity of Court", sources said, adding, "In the past also the department had acted haphazardly which has resulted into filing of so many writ petitions pending in High Court. Recruitment rules are still pending and department is proceeding for promotions only to appease some blue-eyed".
Director of FPF, Asif Iqbal said that so far there was no plan to effect promotions due to litigations pending in the court of law. "When the litigations will be resolved, promotions will probably be effected", he said.
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