Government gives 2 IPS officers marching orders by Adv Jeevan Toprani

2 IPS officers got marching orders

The Complaints at the hands of the government are increasing and non performing officers are increasing the system.

Invoking Rule 16(3) of All India Services (Death-cum-Retirement Benefits) Rules, 1958, the Union Home ministry prematurely retired Mayank Sheel Chohan of AGMUT cadre, 1998 batch and Raj Kumar Dewangan of Chhattisgarh cadre, 1992 batch on January 5. The action was approved by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC), headed by the Prime Minister.

Every citizen has a right to complaint and be heard. The Judiciary has the right to judge not the policing service but sometime the officers forget their duties and role as an officer – they discard the complaint of the citizens. The Complaint keep rising and reach the desk of the head of state – the choice of the head of the state is to act or resign.

The Citizens will not forget the bad governance of the govt. if action on these bureaucrats is not taken timely. A senior Home ministry official said the action, though not happening for the first time, will definitely serve as a deterrent and force bureaucrats to take their job seriously. “As far as I remember, two Maharashtra cadre IPS officers were forced to go on compulsory retirement some 15 years ago,” said the official.

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