Tuesday, January 16, 2018

MHA’s proposal of extending deputation tenure of an IPS rejected; ACC upgrades CBI posts for supervision of VYAPAM and Ponzi Chit Fund Scam

THE Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) on Monday issued a series of orders and approvals, the key highlights being the rejection of a ministry of home affairs’ (MHA) proposal to extend the deputation of an IPS officer, and then the upgradation of two DIG level posts in the CBI for the officers who will be supervising the VYAPAM and Ponzi Chit Fund Scam cases. Here below are the details of the ACC orders.
First, the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has declined the proposal of ministry of home affairs (MHA) for extension of deputation tenure of VS Yadav, 1987 batch Tripura cadre IPS and Inspector General of Police in CRPF for a period of one year beyond November 14, 2017 (6th year), in relaxation of IPS tenure policy. The ACC, however, on the same day approved the central deputation tenure of Kavita Singh, 1995 batch Indian Post and Telecommunication Accounts and Finance Service officer and director in the department of health and family welfare, for a period of one year beyond January 16, 2018 (i.e. a total of six years in Central Staffing Scheme post). The officer has been on central deputation since January 1, 2013.
The government has also extended the tenure of inter-cadre deputation of Anurag Agarwal, 1994 batch Haryana cadre IAS, from Haryana cadre to AGMUT cadre (Chandigarh segment) for a period of three months beyond January 11, 2018 or until further orders. 
In another development, Ram Singh, 1994 batch Punjab cadre IPS, director in the ministry of textiles, has been prematurely repatriated to his parent cadre. The officer “will be eligible for another central deputation only after 13.02.2022 i.e. three years cooling off after 13.02.2019 i.e. his approved central deputation tenure”, the ACC order issued on Monday said.
Meanwhile, the ACC on Monday approved the proposal of DoPT/AV Division for temporary upgradation of two vacant posts of DIGs to Joint Director in the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for supervision VYAPAM and Ponzi Chit Fund Scam cases, for a period of two years or until further orders, whichever is earlier. VYAPAM scam is admission-cum-recruitment scam that surfaced in Madhya Pradesh in 2013.

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