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MP IAS Association asked to pay Rs 34 lakh in 15 days

Madhya Pradesh IAS Officers’ Association has been asked by the PWD to pay more than Rs 34 lakh as rent against two bungalows allotted to it or face action. Information regarding the notice was revealed in a reply to a RTI filed by an activist Ajay Dubey.

The notice says that the association is supposed to pay the rent through a bank draft within 15 days or the rent will be realised at the market rate which will continue to double. The association may be evicted from the bungalows as per Home Allotment Rules, 2000 if it fails to comply.

The PWD sent the notice to the association on October 24 which suggests that had application not been submitted, the PWD officers would have allowed the irregularities to continue for years and years.

11 Nov 2019
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IAS officers to support convicted Gupta, terms it ‘Most Unfortunate’

The IAS Officers Association has convened a meeting on Sunday to "deliberate the future course of action". A special CBI court convicted former Coal Secretary H C Gupta (Retd IAS:1971) and two other senior IAS officers on Friday for corruption in the allocation of a coal block in West Bengal. Gupta was convicted of all the charges made against him at the Special CBI Court. Indeed, instead of contesting, Gupta accepted all the charges. Months ago, he told the court he didn't have the resources to fight the cases filed against him, and, therefore, he would prefer to be jailed.

 

The two other bureaucrats convicted are K S Kropha (Retd IAS:1982:AM) and Kailsh Chand Samria (IAS:1993:AM) then Joint Secretary and Director, respectively, in the Ministry of Coal. Kropha retired as Meghalaya Chief Secretary whereas Samaria is currently Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

 

"Conviction of honest IAS officers in the coal scam is most unfortunate. A black letter day for bureaucracy — convicting officers for bonafide decisions in the interest of administration.  We stand by the officers in this time of distress," the IAS officers association said.

 

The association secretary, Abhishek Chandra (IAS:2003:TR) said all the three officers have 'impeccable credentials' and they deserve to be backed by the association. He added that "We will do whatever we can under the ambit of law,".

02 Dec 2018
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MP IAS Association asked to pay Rs 34 lakh in 15 days

By IndianMandarins 11 Nov 2019

Madhya Pradesh IAS Officers’ Association has been asked by the PWD to pay more than Rs 34 lakh as rent against two bungalows allotted to it or face action. Information regarding the notice was revealed in a reply to a RTI filed by an activist Ajay Dubey.

The notice says that the association is supposed to pay the rent through a bank draft within 15 days or the rent will be realised at the market rate which will continue to double. The association may be evicted from the bungalows as per Home Allotment Rules, 2000 if it fails to comply.

The PWD sent the notice to the association on October 24 which suggests that had application not been submitted, the PWD officers would have allowed the irregularities to continue for years and years.

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IAS officers to support convicted Gupta, terms it ‘Most Unfortunate’

By IndianMandarins 02 Dec 2018

The IAS Officers Association has convened a meeting on Sunday to "deliberate the future course of action". A special CBI court convicted former Coal Secretary H C Gupta (Retd IAS:1971) and two other senior IAS officers on Friday for corruption in the allocation of a coal block in West Bengal. Gupta was convicted of all the charges made against him at the Special CBI Court. Indeed, instead of contesting, Gupta accepted all the charges. Months ago, he told the court he didn't have the resources to fight the cases filed against him, and, therefore, he would prefer to be jailed.

 

The two other bureaucrats convicted are K S Kropha (Retd IAS:1982:AM) and Kailsh Chand Samria (IAS:1993:AM) then Joint Secretary and Director, respectively, in the Ministry of Coal. Kropha retired as Meghalaya Chief Secretary whereas Samaria is currently Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Minority Affairs.

 

"Conviction of honest IAS officers in the coal scam is most unfortunate. A black letter day for bureaucracy — convicting officers for bonafide decisions in the interest of administration.  We stand by the officers in this time of distress," the IAS officers association said.

 

The association secretary, Abhishek Chandra (IAS:2003:TR) said all the three officers have 'impeccable credentials' and they deserve to be backed by the association. He added that "We will do whatever we can under the ambit of law,".

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