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Sunday, November 08, 2009

Who are the IAS, IPS officers who have declared their assets so far?

WHILE the debate is on whether bureaucrats should declare assets in the same way as their political masters, a select officers from UP cadre have taken a lead in declaring their assets. What's more, some of them have reportedly written letters to Cabinet secretary that all government employees should declare their movable and immovable assets. As was reported in a section of media in the last couple of days, those who have already declared their assets are 1979 batch IAS Vijay Shanker Pandey, Sunil Kumar and Renuka Kumar (both 1987 batch IAS) and IPS officer Jasbeer Singh. According to sources, Mr Pandey has declared assets including bank deposits of Rs 1.17 lakh, Rs 2.5 lakh in post office account and a 1990 model Fiat car. The assets of other bureaucrats could not be established so far. A few more IAS officers are likely to declare their assets voluntarily. The move has come weeks after Chief Justice of India K G Balakrishnan and 20 other Supreme Court judges declared their assets voluntarily. Bio-data of Vijay Shanker Pandey, IAS Name: Vijay Shankar Pandey Cadre: Uttar Pradesh Batch: 1979 Date of Birth: December 10, 1956 Place of Domicile: Uttar Pradesh Educational Qualifications: Post Graduation in Maths Current Posting: Principal Secretary Foreign Training: Degree on public management from IDS Sussex, UK (13 weeks, 1999)
Bio-data of Sunil Kumar, IAS Name: Sunil Kumar Cadre: Uttat Pradesh Batch: 1987 Date of Birth: October 15, 1963 Educational Qualifications: PG in Sociology Foreign Training: Nil Bio-data of Renuka Kumar, IAS Name: Renuka Kumar Cadre: Uttar Pradesh Batch: 1987 Date of Birth: June 26, 1963 Place of Domicile: Uttar Pradesh Educational Qualifications: PG in Sociology Current Posting: Joint Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, New Delhi Foreign Training: Nil
Read: Indian bureaucrats face the challenge of disclosing their assets (October 26, 2009)

4 comments:

  1. What happened to the campaign of bringing “Swiss Bank” money back to India?. It seems that the campaign has died down along with the hope of some of the parties winning power dashed to the ground. Who has created Madhu Koda? It is the bureaucrats who are quite expert in swindling government money must have advised and assisted him during his Chief Minister ship on the nuances of eating public money in billions of rupees. Definitely, if the scam is investigated impartially, which it would never be at least in this country, would open the lid of can of worms revealing the nexus of officers in siphoning off public money along with Madhu Koda.

    At regular intervals, Telgis, Sukh Rams, Badals, Madhu Kodas and so on are being born in this society. But there are bigger fishes like “Whales” and “Sharks” in the sea of corruption. It would be difficult to make out when such “Shark” and “Whales” drink as to the sea of corruption. System is designed to insulate them from exposures. Who does not know the role of a big leader (who is no more) in raising funds for a political out fit.

    It is a fallacy that truth prevails. Truth is weak and isolated, it never prevails on its own. Therefore, “Satyamev Jayate” is a false and incomplete statement. The truth only prevails when force is behind it. Would you ever have imagined the principle of LIBERTY, EQUALITY AND FRATERNITY taking shape in the word without the fear of Jacobean violent actions against those who propagated the old order.

    Madhu Koda may not be left with any money after protracted legal battles in which he would now be entangled as the battery of selfish Lawyers would demand crores of rupees as fee for their appearance in the case. Madhu Koda will become a meaty prey for lawyers to relish upon in coming days.

    Why Lawyers do not give receipts to their clients while charging them hefty sums as fee to appear? Did they file Tax Returns and if yes on what basis? What are the checks upon them? These are questions on which one must ponder upon. Those pointing fingers at Justice Dinakaran should first check there conduct. They suffer from “Son” and “Daughter” Stokes.

    Let me say that the property of a dozen officers of a batch, who may have put 15-20 years of service, in the premier services of this country, would be more than the scam reported in “Madhu Koda Gate”. Such huge could be the “Nami” and “Benami “ property of these officers that it could send shock waves to people of this country. In one of the north India states known for its Green Revolution, it is a general saying that political bigwigs have registered the lands under benami transaction on the name of their Bullocks and dogs.

    How an officer who joins the service as almost pauper become owner of worth quite a few dozen crores after putting two decade of service? Definitely not through honest means. The savings for two decades may not be sufficient for putting even the kids in a decent educational institution for higher studies. How many top officers are ever caught by the premier investigating agency of this country? How many of officers of CVC itself have been brought under the intelligence scanner by the CVC? Why only a particular service officer only becomes CVC?

    These are the questions to ponder upon as we no more can afford to keep this country as a feudal society as we have solemnly resolving to construct this country on the basis of laudable principles of Liberty, Equality , Fraternity and Justice….

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  2. There are three types of IAS officers.First are the ones who are efficient and with integrity.Second are inefficient and disinterested.The third is the most wanted by our politicians.They are efficient but with out any conscience.The first ones are not wanted by the ministers and are dumped in inocous posts.Second ones normally waste their time playing golf etc in the after noons and one finds the majority of officers doing this.

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  3. all bunkum. ask their relatives also declare their assets. then the truth will come out.

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  4. I AM FROM TIRUPATI. I KNEW MR VIJAY SHANKER PANDEYJI WHEN I WAS WORKING WITH TATAS MANY YEARS AGO. I KNEW OTHER IAS OFFICERS ALSO WHO WERE IN SAME PREMISES. I CAN EMPHATICALLY SAY NO INDIAN CAN FIND A STRAIGHT FORWARD AND HONEST IAS OFFICER LIKE SRI VIJAY SHANKER PANDEYJI. I HAD SEEN MANY CORRUPT BUSINESSMEN WHO HAD NO ETHICS HAD TO LEAVE THE CITY SINCE THEY COULD NOT DEAL WITH SRI PANDEYJI

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