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On deputation, an IPS officer doesn't want to return to J&K
9/23/2017 11:28:44 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 23: A J&K cadre Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, who is on a deputation currently, doesn't want to return to Jammu and Kashmir. Though the IPS officer is quite satisfied with his deputation, the state government is making strong bids for his return.
After the IPS officer came to know that the J&K government is seeking his return, he sought help of his links in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India, to scuttle such a move.
The IPS is a DIG ranked officer, who is presently serving in his native state as a Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) on a deputation basis.
"The IPS officer has no intention to leave his home state. He took deputation in 2013 and remained posted at different places and afterwards he managed his posting in his native state by taking help of his state government and his connections in the MHA," said sources.
"Since then the officer is in his home state. The officer is not in a mood to return to J&K as he is enjoying a prime posting in his home state. Though he is serving there as SAP which is lower than his DIG rank but he is quite happy with the present arrangement," added sources.
Sources said that keeping in view the shortfall of DIG ranked officer's in J&K, the state government wants to call back the officer. The state government initiated the necessary action in this regard but the said officer has started to create hurdles in an attempt to stop his return from the home state.
"To avoid his return to J&K, the officer has activated his links in the MHA. Contrary to the IPS officer's wishes, the state government can call him back to J&K anytime as per the service rules," said sources.
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