Outcry among the state employees of UP, Yogi government is going to forcibly retire such people

Publish Date: 06 Jul, 2022 |
 

There is an outcry among the state employees of Uttar Pradesh. The Yogi government of UP is going to forcibly retire those who are above 50 years of age working in government departments. It has been made necessary to take a decision on the compulsory retirement of such employees who are involved in corruption, serious illness, non-working and investigation by July 31. 

This information will have to be given to the Personnel Department by August 15. Employees in UP are retired on completion of 60 years of age. Earlier it was 58 years in some departments. On Tuesday, Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra issued an order to the heads of departments, after which there has been an outcry among the state employees.

Screening of all employees

The Chief Secretary has directed the Additional Chief Secretaries, Principal Secretaries and Secretaries of all the departments to conduct screening of all the personnel working under them by July 31 for compulsory retirement. Such employees whose age is 50 years or more as on 31 March 2022 will come under the purview of screening. The Chief Secretary has given instructions to give information about the compulsory retirement of the employees to the Personnel Department by August 15.

The Chief Secretary has made it clear that if it has been decided to retain the employee's case before the Screening Committee first, then there is no need to put the matter of that employee in the committee again. He has directed that in such cases, if any material fact has come to the notice of the Appointing Authority, then they can take a decision on compulsory retirement of the employee at any time.

Delhi employees will also be retired

Not only in UP, inactive government employees in Delhi government will be forcibly retired prematurely.The Lieutenant Governor has now given this direction after taking action on the officials surrounded by allegations of corruption.A five-member committee has also been constituted to give periodic review reports on the performance of such employees and officers of the Delhi Government.

 

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