In Haryana, it is becoming impossible for government officials and employees who commit corruption or are negligent in their duty to continue in their jobs. The state government is working on the policy of zero tolerance against corruption while establishing a transparent system in the state. Strict decisions have been taken by the government against the employees and officers involved in corruption. In this episode, the government has taken strict action against 48 non-performers and corrupt employees.
An official spokesperson said that following the footsteps of the Central Government, the State Government has terminated 48 officers/employees in the age group of 50 to 55 years in the last 8 years. While some employees took pre-mature retirement, the government made some sit at home. These include officers and employees of the posts of Assistant Professor, Sub-Inspector, Horticulture Development Officer, Industrial Extension Officer, Naib Tehsildar, DRO, Supervisor, Resident Audit Officer, Junior Auditor, Assistant Registrar, Deputy Engineer, Clerk, Assistant, Havaldar, Peon etc. Huh.
These employees were employed in the offices of various departments, boards and corporations of the Government of Haryana. Action has been taken against these officers/employees for being involved in corruption, being absent from duty, non-performance, negligence and making fake certificates etc. Chief Minister Manohar Lal says that the government keeps on evaluating the performance of officers and employees from time to time. After reviewing the service records, the employees who work honestly are honored, while action is taken against the non-performing employees. He said that the aim of the government is to make the governance system better than before. The state government is moving forward on the basic principle of minimum government and maximum governance.
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According to government rules, officers or employees who do not work properly can be removed from the job at the age of 50-55 years or after 20 years of service. The previous governments did not strictly implement these rules made for the welfare of the public. Because of this, officers and employees who were not eligible for the job also continued to work. Till 2014, where only 32 people were sent home, since 2014 till now 48 government employees have been shown the way out of their jobs.
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Story first published: Monday, January 23, 2023, 21:59 [IST]