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Jul 10, 2019
2:27PM

Govt has absolute right to retire govt officials prematurely on ground of lack of integrity in public interest: Jitendra Singh

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Government has absolute right to retire government officials prematurely on the ground of lack of integrity, ineffectiveness in public interest. In a written reply in Lok Sabha, the Minister of State for Personnel, Pubic Grievances and Pensions Dr Jitendra Singh said as per disciplinary rules, the government has right to proceed against corrupt officials on the basis of available evidence.

He informed that during the period between July 2014 and May 2019, a total number of 36 thousand 756 Group A officials, 82 thousand 654 Group B officials have been reviewed under Fundamental Rules 56 and other provisions. He said actions under the Rules have been recommended against 125 Group A and 187 Group B officials.



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