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More than 130 SIs of Jammu & Kashmir Police (Armed) seek justified promotion policy
2/26/2021 12:35:39 AM
Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, Feb 25: More than 130 Sub Inspectors appointed a decade ago in Jammu & Kashmir are seeking 'justified promotion policy' so that they get promoted at par with their colleagues in Executive and other wings who stand already promoted last year.
These officers have projected the demand with Chief Secretary B V R Subramanyam urging him to ensure that armed wing SIs get away with the injustice and slag in their promotions. They have said that despite remaining at the forefront to combat militancy, maintain law & order, VIP security among other duties, the government has discriminated with them.
They said that while their batch mates in Executive, Auxiliary and Telecom stand promoted last year to Inspectors and will get ahead in the next promotion to DySPs only these 130 armed wing SIs have been left out. They have demanded justice with them with an end to the discrimination at the earliest.
"The Armed wing especially the SIs of the 2010-2011 batch has suffered immensely due to loopholes at policy level at Police Headquarters. Notably officers of all other wings (Executive, Telecom and Auxiliary) appointed on 10-10-2010 stand promoted barring more than 130 officers of J&K Armed Police," reads the representation made by the SIs to the Chief Secretary.
In the representation it has been said that even officers of other wings appointed after the batch or promoted who made it to SI rank after their joining have been promoted to the Inspector rank. They have said that only 33 directly recruited SIs from J&K Armed Police (2010-2011 batch) stand promoted till date while PHQ has promoted all officers of other wings appointed on the same date.
"Our counterparts in other wings secured less merit at SKPA and still became seniors by virtue of getting promoted before us. The PHQ merges seniority of all the wings (except Telecom Wing) after promotion of SI rank officers to the rank of Inspector facilitating the promotion of Inspectors of other wings to the rank of Deputy Superintendents of Police (DySP) against the strength of officers in J&K Armed Police," the representation reads.
The representation reads that there is no rule that governs the merging of seniority at Inspector level and its bifurcation at the SI level. It adds that the promotion policy framed by PHQ and the logic followed by PHQ in bifurcation of seniority at SI level and its instant merger at Inspector level is beyond comprehension.
"The policies at hand have immensely affected the career prospects of all ranks of J&K Armed Police and led to stagnation at different levels especially at Sub-Inspector level. The government (Home Department) and PHQ in consultation with stakeholders needs to come-up with a clear cut promotion policy for J&K Police," the representation said.
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