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IAS officers of AP & TS not taking submission of IPRs regularly as a serious matter

IAS officers of AP & TS not taking submission of IPRs regularly as a serious matter
IAS officers of AP & TS not taking submission of IPRs regularly as a serious matter

Hyderabad sources reported that when a common man violates rules, the government takes stern action. When IAS officers who play key roles in the administration ignore rules and the government looks the other way. Meanwhile as many as 64 IAS officers from the Telugu states have not filed their annual report on immovable property return (IPR) to the department of personnel and training (DoPT).

Reportedly Telangana state has 138 IAS officers and 170 are posted in Andhra Pradesh. Furthermore the deadline for IAS officers to submit their IPR will end at midnight on January 31.In 2018, 86 IAS officers from the two states did not submit their IPRs to the DoPT. As per DoPT’s instructions, vigilance clearance shall be denied to IAS officers who fail to submit the annual immovable property returns and they will therefore find it difficult to go on deputation, foreign training and for empanelment among others.

IAS officers of AP & TS not taking submission of IPRs regularly as a serious matter

Moreover in Telangana, 17 IAS officers and in AP 47 have not yet filed their IPRs for 2019 as per DoPT data and also a senior officer said that every year some of his colleagues do not submit IPRs and he had never heard of denial of permission to visit foreign countries or any other action taken by the Centre on them.

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