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For Jammu, Raj Bhawan proposes, Babu disposes
Jammu vets seek Governor's intervention
3/18/2019 12:48:18 AM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 17: Despite a directive from the Raj Bhawan's State Accountability Commission, the Sheep Husbandry Department Jammu has been allegedly dilly dallying the execution of orders that would benefit officials of Jammu division while their counterparts from Kashmir are a enjoying those benefits.
The complainants said even as more than fourteen petitioner officers of Animal Husbandry and Sheep Husbandry have passed away either in situ or post-retirement during their struggle for seeking justice, justice is still being allegedly denied to them by Director, Sheep Husbandry, Jammu, who is junior to most of the petitioners.
Sources said the brazen injustice with Jammu came to notice when the Directorate and its Accounts Officer refused to grant the benefit to the petitioners in terms of Government Order No: 27-ASH of 2019 Dated: 18-02-2019 notionally from 01-01-1996 by allegedly misinterpreting the order.
It may be recalled that the State Administrative Council vide its decision No 27/3/19 dated: 25-01-2019 granting approval to the implementation of the two HHC orders dated:22-12-2017 passed by the DB and earlier one passed by SB dated 12-10-2017 dispensing justice in two different petitions by emphatically asking the state government to grant 3rd Time Bound Promotion to Vets in the twin departments on completion of 20 years of cumulative service.
Officials said the decisions after being examined by the Administrative Department, Law & Parliamentary Affairs Department and Finance Department were referred to the State Administrative Council or State Administrative Council or SAC which accorded sanction to the grant of 3rd TBP to the vets notionally from 01-01-1996 and monetarily from 17-02-2004.
"The Administrative Department of Animal and Sheep Husbandry issued a speaking order cited above which inter alia discussed different representations and petitions made by aggrieved vets since February 2004 when the TBP scheme was introduced in the twin departments vide SRO 43 dated 17-02-2004 as per the scheme in force for Assistant Surgeons in Health and ISM Departments," officials said.
"Regardless of the speaking order issued by the government, the Director, Sheep Husbandry, Jammu and a few DDOs across the state, mainly in Jammu have been trying to misinterpret the order and cause abortion of justice by trying to impose 5 years service rider post 2nd TBP which is patently violative of the HHC orders and the SAC's order granting 3rd TBP to Vets with cumulative service with effect from 01-91-1996."
According to audit and financial experts, "5 years stipulation after 2nd time bound promotion is future roadmap for vets geting 3rd TBP after 2nd- For those who where in service on 1_1_2010 it is cummulative service of 20 years and the same has been clarified in para 20 and of course the order is effective notionally wef 1_1_1996 and monetarily wef 17_2_2004 This has been amply cleared in Government order."
The SHD vets in Jammu and few AHD Kashmir directorate of AH Deptt feel disheartened that the Raj Bhawan directives are not being implemented by the officials.
The Director SHD Jammu could not be accessed for a comment despite efforts.
But a senior official said the matter was being looked into.
Meanwhile the aggrieved have appealed Governor SP Malik to look into the matter.
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