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Govt fails to take cadre review of Revenue Deptt
1/18/2019 10:47:37 PM
S T Haq
Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Jan 18: The Govt has failed to take a cadre review of revenue department, as the department is either being considered on the previous cadres or the government has no information about the total strength that existed in 2014 and which has now increased from 183 to 291.
According to sources, as on date the tehsildars of Revenue Gazetted service have total sanctioned cadre strength of more than 291.
The slots allotted to the revenue department as feeding service to KAS cadre (Induction to time scale) is being calculated on previous cadre strength (Before 2014 creation of new units) 183, which is injustice to the revenue feeding service, said sources.
Sources said that, recently government issued SRO 50 and amended Secretariat service rules wherein a new scheduled of gazetted cadre strength was issued.
According to them, recently General Administration Department, civil secretariat Jammu vide notification no: GAD (Ser) Genl/136/2016 Dated 14-01-2019 rescheduled the cadre service, of various feeding service departments.
The new schedule has almost resolved the problems of secretariat feeding service cadres within days, As such revenue officers association appeals the government to issue a fresh schedule of revenue gazetted service depicting therein the updated cadre strength before finalizing the induction process to the time scale of KAS, said sources.
"Unfortunately the government has not paid any due considerations with the legitimate demands of thesildars so far, and with the result it has created uncertainty among the revenue department, said sources.
Sources further said that, the lobbyism and nepotism are ruling the roost, due to which they are not presenting the actual cadre strength before the higher authorities, otherwise many times in the recent past representations were made before the concerned authorities.
Fact of the matter is that there are some selfish interests that are trying to modify the rules whatsoever for their personal gains, where as the senior most revenue officers have been left in the hinterland, adding some of the revenue officers, are at the verge of retirement.
Meanwhile early times spoke to the President Revenue Association Officers (RAO), Sheikh Tariq who said that, the revenue officer of feeding service have represented before the advisers to governor, Chief Secretary, Commissioner Secretary GAD/Rev and other concerned to consider the genuine demand before finalizing induction process
Sheikh Tariq further said that, tehsildars being the backbone of administration remains always busy with government work as such hardly gets time to leave the station or get any leave to follow the files in civil Secretariat like others who always take advantages of this and takes benefit of its due share.
The Revenue Officers Association appeals the Governor Administration to do justice with revenue feeding service officers, said President RAO.
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