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Disciplinary Cases – Completion of inquiries – To adhere to the time schedule – Instructions – Reiterated. G.O.Ms.No. 679, Dated:01-11-2008.



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 
ABSTRACT 


Public Services  – Disciplinary Cases – Completion  of  inquiries –  To  adhere  to the time  schedule – Instructions  – Reiterated.


  GENERAL  ADMINISTRATION  (SERVICES-C)  DEPARTMENT 
G.O.Ms.No.  679                                          Dated:01-11-2008. 








Read the  following: 
1)  Circular Memo.No:35676/Ser-C/98,  G.A.(Ser-C)Dept., dt.1-7-1998.
2)  Memo.No.51883/Ser-C/2002-2,  G.A.(Ser-C)Dept.,  dt.19-04-2002.
3)  Circular Memo.No:36500/Ser-C/05,  G.A.(Ser-C)Dept.,dt.19-4-2006.

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ORDER: 

     On  allegations made against  the Government  employees  disciplinary cases are  initiated  in accordance  with  the  rules in  force,  and wherever necessary  inquiring  authorities are  appointed to  inquire  into  the  articles  of charge against such  employees.  Instructions were  issued  for expeditious completion  of  the  inquiries and a  normal time  of  3  months and  6  months  is allowed in simple  and complicated cases, respectively.  Where  the  inquiries are  not completed  as per  the  allowed  time, the  Secretary to  Government of the  administrative  Department concerned at Government level shall review all the  disciplinary  cases against employees  in respect of Head of the Departments under  his control and also  at the  field level  and shall submit a note  to  the Chief  Secretary to  Government  duly  recording  the reasons  for non-completion  of  the  inquiries and to  circulate  the  same  to  the  Hon’ble Chief Minister.  It  is also  the  responsibility of  the  inquiring  authority  to complete  the  inquiry within the  allowed time, otherwise,  such inquiring authority shall  be  held responsible  for  the  delay, which  deserves  penal action.
2.   Several  representations  have  been  received  from  employees associations  that  there  are  abnormal delays in completion  of  inquiries and this  is causing  lot of  frustration among  the  employees.   Government have reviewed  the issue and  decided  to  issue further instructions  in  the matter.

3.   Government direct that the  disciplinary cases initiated against the Government employees  shall be  completed as expeditiously as possible  and the  existing  instructions read above  shall be  adhered to.   The  Departments of  Secretariat  shall review the status  position  of  the  pending disciplinary cases  against  all  the employees  with  which  they  are concerned  and  submit  a note  to  the  Chief  Secretary to  Government as per  the  instructions  in  force.   It is also  the  responsibility of  the  inquiring authorities to  complete  the inquiry as  per  the  allowed time.    The  Competent Authority, after  receipt of the  inquiry report  shall conclude  the  disciplinary proceedings within 6 months of  its  initiation  and  in case  of  abnormal  delay  in  conducting  the disciplinary proceedings, action  shall  be  initiated against concerned inquiring authority.

4.   All  the Departments of  Secretariat,  Heads of Departments  and District Collectors should  follow  the  above  instructions scrupulously and  bring  it  to the notice  of  all  the  concerned  for strict  implementation  of  the above orders.


(BY  ORDER  AND IN  THE NAME OF  THE  GOVERNOR  OF  ANDHRA  PRADESH) 


P.RAMAKANTH  REDDY 
CHIEF SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT 




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