In many departments of Uttar Pradesh, the transfer period has also ended in the midst of a lot of grumbling about the transfer. The Yogi Adityanath cabinet had approved the UP Transfer Policy on June 14, under which transfers were to be made by June 30. During this, after a dispute regarding transfers in many departments, now the transfer period has ended.
CM Yogi Adityanath has now taken the command in his hands after the grit over the transfers. Earlier in the state, Group C and Group D were transferred under special circumstances from the departmental minister and the government, but now it will not happen.
According to this mandate, the approval of CM Yogi Adityanath will have to be taken for the transfer of Group A, B, C and D (A, B, C, D) category employees. It is being told that the transfer policy of 2022-23 in UP ended on June 30, but even after that, transfers were made in many departments.
This decision has been taken after the news of irregularities in the transfer came. Recently, cases of malpractices in transfers were reported in many departments of UP and transfers were made even after the transfer season was over. The employees sat on a dharna regarding this and even a minister submitted his resignation alleging. While the government is constantly on the target of the opposition on this issue.
Now any employee or officer can be transferred only after the permission of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Even after the end of the transfer period in the state, earlier only for the transfer of class A and B, approval of the Chief Minister was required. This time, the approval of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been made mandatory for the transfer of any employee of Group C and D.
Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra has issued the mandate on Tuesday. It has been said in this order that after the end of the period of transfer in the state, the approval of the Chief Minister will be necessary for the transfer of any employee. It is believed that about 25 lakh personnel of the state will be affected by this order.