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ACRs, medical bills of policemen pending: CP directs officers for prompt clearing

ACRs, medical bills of policemen pending: CP directs officers for prompt clearing

New Delhi: The Annual Confidential Report (ACRs), medical claims, Modified Assured Career Progression (MACP) scheme and pensions of policemen were found pending.The Delhi Police Commissioner has directed officers to clear the pendency quickly.

Sources said that a DCP rank officer, during the meeting between top brass of Delhi Police, informed that recording of 299 Annual Confidential Reports (ACRs) of ACsP, 1,309 of inspectors, 3,040 of sub-inspectors (SIs), 3,985 of assistant sub-inspectors (ASIs), 8,969 of head constables and 15,178 of constables were pending till August.

"The Commissioner of Police emphasized that it is the duty of the reporting officer to record the ACRs in time and directed the Special CsP to monitor the pending ACRs with their Joint CsP for completion," sources added. Further, the DCP also said that till August promotions were pending in case of five posts of inspectors, 590 of ASIs and 1,278 vacancies of HCs for which process has been started and it is near completion.

"Confirmation of 37 inspectors, 468 SIs, 603 ASIs, 283 HCs and 60 constables were pending till August," DCP said in the meeting.

Sources said that it was also found that Modified Assured Career Progression (MACP) of 20 SIs, 29 ASIs, 104 HCs, 81 constables and five MTS were pending. Delhi CP directed that all the units should complete this exercise in time and promptly in interest of the welfare of officers.

"There were also a total of 2,496 pending medical claims out of which three of DCsP, six of ACsP, 48 inspectors, 277 of SIs, 726 of ASIs, 634 of HCs, 750 of constables and 52 of MTS were pending till August," added sources. The police chief directed that these cases must be processed on top priority. Concerned DCsP should monitor all the pending medical bills.

Sources further said that a total of 148 pension cases were pending till August. The CP directed the officers to monitor all the pending cases and take necessary steps. Further, a total of 1,873 transferees were not relieved till September 12. The Delhi CP directed all districts and units to relieve all transferees at once. The meeting was held a few months ago in which different agendas were discussed.

Abhay Singh

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