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Former PSC member's plea for promotion as PCCF
CAT quashes order, directs reconsideration
10/11/2018 10:33:54 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 11: In a significant order, a Bench of Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) at Chandigarh comprising Sanjeev Kaushik (Member Judicial) and P. Gopinath (Member Administrative) has quashed Govt. Order No.355-FST of 2012 dated September, 12, 2012 whereby the Government of Jammu and Kashmir had rejected the case of IFS Officer Ruplal Bharti the then Chief Wildlife Warden (J&K) and Former Member PSC for his promotion as Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (PCCF), J&K Government. After hearing Advocates of all sides, a Bench of CAT headed by Sanjeev Kaushik (Member Judicial) while allowing the review petition filed by former PSC member Ruplal Bharti directed the State of J&K to accord reconsideration to the case of the petitioner for his promotion to the level of PCCF by passing a speaking /reasoned order in terms of Rule 4(2) of IFS Cadre Rules, 1966.
Advocate for the petitioner submitted that the petitioner has rendered requisite 30 years service in IFS Cadre as on 01.01.2006 and had made several representations to the Government of J&K for his promotion to the next higher post of the PCCF. The petitioner was inducted as Member of the J&K Public Service Commission on 29.05.2006 and at that time the petitioner was serving as Additional PCCF/Chief Wildlife Warden J&K and had more than one year service in IFS cadre. He further submitted that the State Government under Rule 4(2) of IFS Cadre Rules, 1966 is fully competent to create a supernumerary post for according the pay scale of PCCF in favour of the petitioner.
After considering the submissions of both the sides, a Bench of CAT headed by Sanjeev Kaushik (Member Judicial) accepted the review petition filed by Former PSC Member and quashed Govt. Order No.355-FST of 2012 dated September, 12, 2012 and further directed State of J&K to accord reconsideration to the case of the petitioner in terms of Rule 4(2) of IFS Cadre Rules, 1966 for promotion to the next level of PCCF within a period of two months from the date of receipt of the certified copy of this order.
With these observations and directions the CAT disposed of the review petition filed by the petitioner Ruplal Bharti.
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