Top
Millennium Post

Vigilance unit seeks detail regarding DANIPS officers for perusal of screening committee

New Delhi: The Vigilance Unit of Delhi Police has written to all districts, units and asked them for the details related to Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Islands Police Service (DANIPS) officers for the perusal of the screening committee.

Police sources said that the letter was regarding the review of mechanism to ensure the probity of government servants- strengthening of administration- periodical review under FR 56 (j) and rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rule, 1972.

Sources told Millennium Post the letter talked about a meeting held on 16 July at 11 AM under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary at Delhi Secretariat for periodical review of DANIPS officer, posted in GNCT of Delhi under FR-56 (j) and Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules,

1972.

Quoting meeting directions sources told this newspaper that Chief Secretary has directed to furnish a list of DANIPS officers who will be attaining the age of 50/55 years or will be completing 30 years of service or 30 years of service qualifying for pension as the case may be, in the quarter January to March 2020, for the review by the

Sub-Committee.

Later, Deputy Secretary rank official wrote to the Deputy Commissioner of Police and two Director Generals. The official wrote, "I am directed to request you to provide full database of all the DANIPS officers posted in Delhi clearly indicating the date of birth, date of joining and date of retirement along with the 19 point prescribed proforma and the additional five points performa so as to prepare a list which would be the zone of consideration and to take further action/decision as required in the light of DoPT, O M dated 11th September 2015. The said information/list may be sent latest by 26/7/2019."

Few of the points in proforma to review the performance of DANIPS officer were, state of health, whether the officer is considered competent and effective and fit to continue to hold the post occupied by him or to continue in DANIPS, is there any reason to doubt the integrity, whether services of the officer are considered useful to government.

Sources further added that Delhi Police unit sent a letter to districts in which GNCTs' letter dated July 22 along with 19 points prescribed proforma, additional five-point proforma (O.M dated 11th September 2015) were attached with the request to provide the requisite information duly completed in all respect under FR 56 (j) and Rule 48 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 by 26/7/2019 positively for the perusal of screening committee.

This may be treated as most urgent.

Next Story
Share it