Tuesday, January 14, 2014

DoPT asks Group A officers to file property returns of 2012 fast to avoid consequences

THE government has cautioned Group A officers that those who have not submitted property returns of 2012 till now may face consequences such as denial of vigilance clearances for empanelment, deputation and training programmes. The defaulters will however be allowed to…
undertake mandatory trainings. “The defaulting ministries/departments and also the concerned officers are requested to expedite the submission of IPR for the year 2012 immediately without any further delay”, said an office memorandum (OM) dated January 10, 2013. That OM is actually meant for submission of immovable property return for the year 2011-12 by PPS, Senior PPS, PSO of the Central Secretariat Stenographers Service. In three annexures, it has published the names of the defaulting stenographers who work under the Group A officers. But the same OM cautions the senior officers, though it has not published the names of any officer-ranked defaulter. For the stenos, the OM of January 10 was the third reminder, the first two being issued on September 27, 2013 and November 6, 2013.
The officers need to file IP (Immovable Property) Returns every year, and those documents are kept on public domain.

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