Whether all India services conduct rule allows an I.A.S. to procrastinate on the report of subordinates.

Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh yogimpsingh@gmail.com

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Hon’ble Sir-Whether the duty of an I.A.S. is to merely forward the letters  to his subordinates and not ensuring proper action on those letters. Whether constitution of India allows an I.A.S. to procrastinate on the reports of subordinates in regard to taking action against wrongdoers. 

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COMPLAINT AGAINST DETAILS
Sr. No. Complaint Against Allegation Details Organization
1 officials complaint OTHERS
Action Details
Action Taken By CVC Action Taken Date Status
Filed 24/09/2015 Filed as per the complaint handling policy of the commission.
THE ALL INDIA SERVICES (CONDUCT)
RULES, 1968
3. General.— 3(1)Every member of the Service shall at all times maintain absolute
integrity and devotion to duty and shall do nothing which is unbecoming of a member of
the Service.
5(1A) Every member of the Service shall maintain:-
(i) high ethical standards, integrity and honesty;
(ii) political neutrality;
(iii) promoting of the principles of merit, fairness and impartiality
in the discharge of duties;
(iv) accountability and transparency;
(v) responsiveness to the public, particularly to the weaker
section;
(vi) courtesy and good behavior with the public.
3(2) Every member of the Service shall take all possible steps to ensure
integrity of, and devotion to duty by, all Government servants for the time
being under his control and authority.
6(2A)Every member of the service shall in the discharge of his duties act in a
courteous manner and shall not adopt dilatory tactics in his dealings with
the public or otherwise.
7(2B) Every member of the Service shall:-
(i) commit himself to and uphold the supremacy of the Constitution
and democratic values;
(ii) defend and uphold the sovereignty and integrity of India, the
security of State, public order, decency and morality;
(iii) maintain integrity in public service;
(iv) take decisions solely in public interest and use or cause to use
public resources efficiently, effectively and economically;
(v) declare any private interests relating to his public duties and take
steps to resolve any conflicts in a way that protects the public
interest;
(vi) not place himself under any financial or other obligations to any
individual or organisation which may influence him in the
performance of his official duties;
(vii) not misuse his position as civil servant and not take decisions in
order to derive financial or material benefits for himself, his
family or his friends;
(viii) make choices, take decisions and make recommendations on
merit alone;
(ix) act with fairness and impartiality and not discriminate against
anyone, particularly the poor and the under-privileged sections of
society;
(x) refrain from doing anything which is or may be contrary to any law,
rules, regulations and established practices
(xi) maintain discipline in the discharge of his duties and be liable to
implement the lawful orders duly communicated to him;
(xii) be liable to maintain confidentiality in the performance of his
official duties as required by any laws for the time being in force,
particularly with regard to information, disclosure of which may
prejudicially affect the sovereignty and integrity of India, the
security of State, strategic, scientific or economic interests of the
State, friendly relation with foreign countries or lead to incitement
of an offence or illegal or unlawful gains to any person;
(xiii) perform and discharge his duties with the highest degree of
professionalism and dedication to the best of his abilities.
3(3)
8(i) No member of the Service shall, in the performance of his official
duties, or in the exercise of powers conferred on him, act otherwise
than in his own best judgment to be true and correct except when
he is acting under the direction of his official superior.
(ii) The direction of the official superior shall ordinarily be in writing.
Where the issue of oral direction becomes unavoidable, the official
superior shall confirm it in writing immediately thereafter.
(iii) A member of the Service who has received oral direction from his
official superior shall seek confirmation of the same in writing, as
early as possible and in such case, it shall be the duty of the official
superior to confirm the direction in writing.
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From: Mahesh Pratap Singh Yogi M P Singh <yogimpsingh@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 10:21 PM
Subject: There is need to take harsh steps by the government of Uttar Pradesh.
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Whether this is not signal of rampant corruption that despite substantial evidence and after the report of enquiry officer wrongdoers are set scot free by reaping the benefit of loophole in the system .
03 September 2015
21:25
At least be afraid of God ,there is ultimate court which never spares a wrongdoer.
A wrongdoer sets scot free a wrongdoer because he himself is frightened that he may be punished for his evil acts but God will deal all the wrongdoers with the same iron hand. God will impartially punish according to their evil deeds. A corrupt public functionary is the enemy of entire humanity.
 With due respect your applicant wants to draw the kind attention of the Hon’ble Sir to the following submissions as follows.
1-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that letters are being forwarded to D.M. Mirzapur /DPRO Mirzapur and C.D.O. Mirzapur from various quarters but instead of taking action against wrongdoers ,these public functionaries are only procrastinating on these letters. Whether this is not signal of anarchy where letters of the government are overlooked by its staff. Hon’ble Sir may be pleased to take a glance of attached documents proving the lawlessness and sheer anarchy in the state.
2-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that
According to B.D.O. Chhanbey action against wrongdoers is pending in the office of DPRO/D.M. Mirzapur.
23 August 2015
09:40
Hon’ble Sir-Whether it is justified that concerned accountable public functionaries may procrastinate in the matter concerned with taking action against wrongdoers. Whether this is not lackadaisical approach that dozens of correspondences were made  and news concerned with the  action was published in leading Hindi dailies but most surprising that no action was taken against wrongdoers still. Here is the correspondence in which D. M./DPRO   Mirzapur has to take action.
MGNREGA UP
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DRDA MIRZAPUR
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DM MIRZAPUR
Cc:
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Date:
August 20, 2015, 12:05 PM
Why D.M. Mirzapur and C.D.O. Mirzapur are procrastinating on this e-mail of U.P. MGNREGA ?
3-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that your applicant has  talked with B.D.O. Chhanbey Mr. Sushil Kumar Tripathi  at 09:25 AM on August 23, 2015, who has charge of P.D. Mirzapur as well  . He told your applicant that he has made available all the concerned documents to D.M. /DPRO Mirzapur . He also told your applicant that now action would be taken by D.M. /DPRO Mirzapur.
4-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that UP MGNREGA forwarded the representation of your applicant to D.M. Mirzapur but it seems that D.M. Mirzapur is treating this letter like previous letters of Government of  Uttar Pradesh. Whether to adopt lackadaisical approach in concerned with the letters of chief minister office reference is justified.
 5-It is submitted before the Hon’ble Sir that whether it is not startling fact that more than seven months passed but files concerned with taking action against wrongdoers is moving with the pace of ants. When will it reach at its destination? Justice delay is justice denied. Justice without force is impotence and force without justice is tyranny.
                           
This is humble request of your applicant to you Hon’ble Sir that It can never be justified to overlook  the rights of citizenry by delivering services in arbitrary manner by floating all set up norms. This is sheer mismanagement which is encouraging wrongdoers to reap benefit of loopholes in system and depriving poor citizens from right to justice. Therefore it is need of hour to take concrete steps in order to curb grown anarchy in the system. For this your applicant shall ever pray you Hon’ble Sir.
                           ‘Yours  sincerely
                            Yogi M. P. Singh
Mohalla-Surekapuram, Jabalpur Road District-Mirzapur , Uttar Pradesh ,India .

2 comments on Whether all India services conduct rule allows an I.A.S. to procrastinate on the report of subordinates.

  1. It is submitted before the Hon'ble Sir that whether it is not startling fact that more than seven months passed but files concerned with taking action against wrongdoers is moving with the pace of ants. When will it reach at its destination? Justice delay is justice denied. Justice without force is impotence and force without justice is tyranny.

  2. I think that if only all India services conduct rules be abided by bureaucrats, then half of the corruption of the system will be reduced and there may be some relief to common citizenry. In the government of Uttar Pradesh, there is open loot of public fund but accountable public functionaries are mute spectators of this wrongdoings. Here justice has been replaced by sheer corruption and tyranny.

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