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'Sifarshi' juniors hold posts meant for IAS, KAS officials
Babu sabotages complaint, victims seek Guv intervention
9/10/2018 11:10:45 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Sept 10: In brazen violation of norms, some "influential" but junior officials have been enjoying plum postings actually meant only for IAS or KAS officials. Interestingly, even though this matter was brought to the notice of a senior bureaucrat, a middle rung official "sabotaged action."
Official sources said a complaint had reached the office of the senior bureaucrat regarding the injustice meted out to the IAS and KAS officers working in the state as their juniors enjoy postings actually meant for the seniors.
Some junior officials, all of whom happen to be Kashmiris, and have a "tainted" service record have been given posts of prominence in violation of norms.
As per the complaint, the influential include one Assistant Executive Engineer of the Rural Development Department presently working as Director Disaster Management, a post that is meant for the officer of the level of Chief Engineer.
The second in the complaint is Director Rashtirya Shakshatra Mission, an IAS level post presently given to official of the cadre of Manager in the Jammu and Kashmir State Industrial Corporation.
"The influential officer in question is calling the shots and misusing a team of stringers" said an officer.
The fourth one is "presently working as General Manager JKSKICC, a higher post usually given to a OCAS officer," the complaint reads.
Sources said the complaint highlighting injustice with aggrieved IAS and KAS officers, had sought repartition of the allegedly influential officers in question to bring back the "feeling of accountability and to empower deserving officers who are otherwise feeling disheartened."
"It is further hoped that your good self will issue strict orders so that the practice is stopped and such officers who are involved in ensuring their continuation on higher posts may also transferred from such sensitive posts whereby they are supporting their friends at the expense of the accountability and transparency which is the hall mark of any Governor's Rule in the Nation," reads the memorandum.
Sources said though the complaint reached the office of the senior bureaucrat, one official there sabotaged it to allegedly meet his vested interests. "He falsely told the official that the influential juniors have been elevated in the interest of the administration," said a senior official in the civil secretariat on the condition of anonymity.
Meanwhile the lobby of IAS and KAS officers have appealed Governor SP Malik to come to their rescue.
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