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Bringing influence for Transfer, postings, a new norm in Govt deptts
1/24/2018 12:30:04 AM

Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, Jan 23: It has become a new norm for employees in Jammu and Kashmir to bring political/bureaucratic influence for securing convenient postings.
In various government departments, it has been seen in the last one year that either the employees are bringing political or bureaucrat influence on their seniors seeking choice postings.
An official of the General Administration Department said that it is in every department that employees are bringing influences for their postings.
An order issued by the Police department says, "it has been observed that police personnel are approaching authorities, signatories to seek favours for redress of their perceived grievances particularly pertaining to their transfers, postings and promotions. Such tendency of exerting extraneous influence is a blatant disregard of the provisions of Rule 17 of the JK Government Employees Conduct Rules 1971".
The order says that it has been observed that concerned heads of the units wings, zones are not adhering to the laid down mechanism for redressing genuine grievances of their subordinate officers, impelling them to explore other options like exerting extraneous pressure.
Similarly, in Health and Medical Education Department, it has been seen that doctors and paramedics in Jammu and Kashmir have been using illegal means for their postings.
An order of the Health and Medical Education Department says that it has been observed that some consultants, medical officers, and paramedics reach out to political dignitaries in an attempt to bring political or other outside influence upon superior authorities for transfers and postings which causes undue interference in the functioning of the administration.
Taking a note that employees were bringing political influence for transfers, authorities have directed the officers to take action against officials, "who try to influence their postings".
"All such doctors/para-medics hospital staff except for those appointed under RBA/ALC categories, who have completed more than five years of tenure in a health institution, shall be shifted and action under rules shall be taken against those government employees who try to influence their postings," the order reads.
There are reports that officials in various other departments do the same. "Bringing influence for postings is also hitting the administration in the state," the official added.
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