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Admin inertia continues in J&K
12 yrs on, service rules for LC yet to be finalized
5/26/2019 11:20:46 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 26: There seems no change in the prevailing administrative inertia in Government departments, as even after lapse of over 12 years since the process of formulation of service rules for Legislative Council was initiated, there is no headway.
According to sources in the Law department, the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Council and JK Legislative Assembly Rules 1959 have been followed since decades for making appointments or promotions of the employees in the Legislative Council as well as Legislative Assembly.
"The rules have not been amended since 1959. The process for the formulation of service rules was initiated way back in year 2006 and the file was forwarded for vetting of Law department in year 2007", sources said, adding that since then the file has been gathering dust.
Sources further alleged that in the absence of new service rules there were allegations that to adjust blue-eyed persons on various posts, the parameters for recruitments were tailored, which drew strong criticism.
It also came to fore during the advertisement of posts of various cadre by Legislative Council in year 2018, after which the incumbent employees had raised hue and cry and had also knocked the door of court, against alleged violation of parameters and tailored made norms, to adjust some blue-eyed.
Sources further said that during NC-Congress coalition, the then Law Minister had directed for formulation of service rules, after which the process was initiated.
"The file was forwarded by ARI and Training to Law department and later successive Speakers of Legislative Assembly had sent repeated reminders to Law department to expedite the process but all in vain", sources said, adding that as per past practice in both the houses, the recruitments were made by Speaker and Chairman of Legislative Assembly and Council and most of the recruitments were of the blue-eyed individuals.
Secretary of Law department Anchal Sethi said that the services rules of Legislative Assembly have been forwarded to Speaker. The file would soon be forwarded to General Administrative department for further action.
On Legislative Council rules, Sethi said that the file has been forwarded to ARI and Trainings department, who had in turn demanded "Creation Orders of the posts", from Legislative Council, which were not forwarded to them.
Secretary of Legislative Council Muzaffar Ahmad Wani didn't respond to phone calls from Early Times for his comment.
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