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Promotion of several employees in jeopardy

PROMOTION AVENUES of over five dozen employees and officials in Mantralaya are in jeopardy as the State Government has not yet declared 29 posts as supernumerary. These posts had come from Chhattisgarh after the State?s bifurcation.

india Updated: Mar 04, 2006 15:35 IST

PROMOTION AVENUES of over five dozen employees and officials in Mantralaya are in jeopardy as the State Government has not yet declared 29 posts as supernumerary. These posts had come from Chhattisgarh after the State’s bifurcation.

State president of MP Shashkiya Adhikari- Karmachari Jankalyan Sangh, Ram Gopal Sen and general secretary, R C Gupta submitted a memorandum to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, requesting him to declare these posts as supernumerary.

In a joint statement here the leaders said that 29 employees returned from Chhattisgarh to Madhya Pradesh in 2002 and were posted against regular posts. As a result, promotion avenues of Mantralaya staff are adversely affected.

They further said that even the State Reorganization Act 2000 is having very clear provisions that posts of employees transferred from one state to the other would be treated as supernumerary.

‘If these posts are declared supernumerary, those working on regular posts would not be affected and the post would be abolished with the retirement of the concerned employee or officer,’ said Gupta. Gupta, who is also in-charge of Mantralaya unit of Sangh, said that similar situation was prevailing outside Mantralaya as hundreds of employees returned to MP on several grounds.