Modi government's graft over corruption, 12 top officials of Income Tax Department forcibly retired
On Monday, the Modi government has forcibly retired 12 senior officers from service. These include the officers of the commissioner and the joint commissioner level. Under the Rule 56 of the Department of Personal and Administrative Reforms, the Finance Ministry has given these officers the retirement time before the government.
All retired officers under Rule 56 were posted in the Income Tax Department on the rank of Chief Commissioner and Principal Commissioner and Commissioner. These 12 officials include Ashok Agarwal (IRS 1985), SK Srivastava (IRS 1989), Homi Dynasty (IRS 1985), BB Rajendra Prasad, Ajay Kumar Singh, B. Arulappa, Alok Kumar Mitra, Chandar Sen Bharti, Indasu Ravindra, Vivek Batra, Swetaabh Suman and Ram Kumar Bhargava. According to reports, in the coming time, the Modi government can use the Rule 56 and also give unlimited retirement to the officials. In such a situation, some government officials may fall down. In the upcoming days, officials who have been accused of corruption, illegal and unaccounted assets, can also use Rule 56.
What is Rule 56?
In fact, Rule 56 of the Finance Ministry can be used on officers who are 50 to 55 years old and have completed 30 years of their term. Such officers can be given an irrevocable retirement through the government. The government's motive behind this is to retire a non-farming government servant. The rule to give mandatory retirement to the authorities through the government is quite effective already.
In fact, it is believed that the Government's intention behind doing so is to make the officials who are lazy and non-working officers free from the service. According to reports, the government has also created a list of officials performing poorly. At the same time, due to mandatory retirement, employment will be increased through this process of government, because the government posts are vacant and there is the possibility of vacancies being taken by government for recruitment.
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