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Disagreement over IPS officer Yadava’s seniority

February 12, 2019 06:47 AM

COURTESY TOI FEB 12

Disagreement over IPS officer Yadava’s seniority
Manvir.Saini@timesgroup.com

Chandigarh:

The issue of seniority of an IPS officer has become a bone of contention between the Haryana government and the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). The matter has also delayed the process of selecting a new chief of Haryana Police.


Stating that IPS officer Manoj Yadava had joined the all-India service in August 1989 and thus belongs 1989 batch of Haryana cadre, UPSC has sought a new list of eligible senior IPS officers from the state for selecting a panel of three officer from which the Haryana government will pick the new DGP. The state government has argued that even though he joined in 1989, Yadavs was assigned the cadre in 1988, and has thus completed 30 years of service.

Yadava is currently on central deputation. He is among the 10 IPS officers from Haryana whose names were sent to UPSC.

On January 31, while state government was waiting for a call from UPSC to set time for meeting of committee to decide on the panel, it instead got a letter from the service commission.

In its communication to Haryana, UPSC had asked the state government to exclude the name of Yadava for the want of completion of 30 years of service. “It is therefore, requested that his name may be excluded from the list of eligible candidates and a revised eligibility list may be furnished,’’ the communication, exclusively accessed by TOI, reads.

Unwilling to ignore the possibility of unwanted litigation, the government has responded to UPSC that it Yadava should be considered. The communication sent by additional chief secretary (ACS) of Haryana’s home department S S Prasad elaborated upon the IPS officer’s service conditions.

“This case is curious enough to be dealt in detail and as a matter of abundant caution, his case must be flagged with appreciation of facts and circumstances leading to his joining of service an year later along with other 19 officers of the same batch. Such a measure will prompt the possibility of avoidable litigation,’’ the communication made on February 2 reads. The ACS has also referred to various judgments related to the issue of seniority.

Officials in the chief minister’s office confirmed development, stating, “The state government has not taken sides with anybody. What has been done is to ensure that no one misses the opportunity.’’

 

 
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