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26 Tripura IPS officers listed as defaulters of immovable property disclosure (IPR) as per latest MHA report : Tripura list topped consecutively 4 yrs since 2012 by CBI chargesheeted DGP K. Nagraj
26 Tripura IPS officers listed as defaulters of immovable property disclosure (IPR) as per latest MHA report : Tripura list topped consecutively 4 yrs since 2012 by CBI chargesheeted DGP K. Nagraj
AGARTALA / NEW DELHI, May 6 (TIWN Excusive): MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) released latest data shows that 26 Tripura cadre IPS officers didn’t file IPR (immovable property disclosure) in 2015, in other words hiding their property and asset details. As per All-India Service (Conduct) rules, 1968, require officers to disclose these details when they join service and submit an annual property statement—listing properties and shares. Officers who do not submit property returns yearly in time will be “denied vigilance clearance” and will not be considered for promotion and empanelment (put on a short-list) for senior posts in Government of India, said a June 2012 home-ministry circular. Property declarations bring transparency, improves public confidence in the administration and ensures integrity of subordinates, said many officers. An officer who does not declare assets is in no position to ask subordinates to do so, out of fear that their own illegal assets will be exposed, said 1981-batch Karnataka cadre IAS officer M N Vijaykumar, who retired in April 2015. Tripura's top IPS defaulters list headed by DGP K.Nagraj, who also was charge-sheeted by CBI in 2007 for misappropriation of assets case in Hyderabad.
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