Directs to repatriate officers from Ladakh who completed 2 years tenure within a month
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday directed that all the officers, who are on deputation and have completed two years tenure in the Union Territory of Ladakh be repatriated within next one month.
According to the guidelines, a copy of which lies with the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the Lieutenant Governor, J&K has directed all the officers whose tenure has got completed as per the policy issued by General Administration Department dated 01-12-2022 must be repatriated preferably within next one month as per the policy guidelines.
It added that all the pending representations regarding repatriation on health grounds be got duly examined as provided in the policy preferably within next one month and a clear view taken in this regard under an intimation to such representing Officers/Employees.
The LG as per the document has further instructed that the timely decisions on representations under other categories concerning repatriation must also be taken without allowing them to languish for long period of time. “In future all efforts be made to ensure adherence to the timelines and provisions of the policy under reference,” it added.
Moreover, all the Administrative Secretaries have been directed to take immediate necessary action on the following points.
“All the Administrative Departments shall submit proposals for repatriation of its employees who have completed two years tenure in the Union Territory of Ladakh and propose suitable replacements as per the Deputation Guidelines within a week positively, enabling this department to place the same for consideration of Competent Authority, keeping in view that all such cases have to be decided in the month of April only, in terms of Transfer Policy and Deputation Guidelines,” it said.
It added that all the Administrative Departments must get the representations examined, received from the employees for repatriation from UT of Ladakh on health grounds as per the provisions of the policy within 15 days in consultation with Health & Medical Education Department and take a clear view/ stand under an intimation to such representing officers/ employees.
“The representations preferred by the employees for repatriation from UT of Ladakh on other grounds shall also be decided expeditiously and the decision must be conveyed to the concerned employees,” it further reads.
Further, the Administrative Secretary, Health and Medical Education Department, is requested to facilitate conduct of Special Standing Medical Board for all such cases referred in the third week of April, under an intimation to this department for ensuring that the cases are decided by end of the month of April, 2023, it said—(KNO)
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