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Kashmir Admin To Verify Credentials of Employees Appointed After 2018

The J&K government has amended service rules which mandate that those who join government services, their credentials will be verified by the Criminal Investigation Department of police.


SRINAGAR — The Divisional Administration Kashmir has directed all the Deputy Commissioners of the province to ensure that the CID verification of employees appointed after May 2018 is done at the earliest.

In a meeting chaired by Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Pandurang Pole, the Div Com directed all 10 DCs of the Kashmir division to ensure CID verification of new appointees as per the directions of the J&K government.

The meeting discussed that it shall be ensured that the verification is conducted in respect of the employees engaged after May 2018 as directed by the government.

The J&K government has amended service rules which mandate that those who join government services, their credentials will be verified by the Criminal Investigation Department of police.

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The government has terminated the services of scores of employees who, the government alleged, have been found involved in “anti-national” activities in the last few years. As per the officials, the amendments in the rules of the service have been done to ensure that the credential of new appointees is checked beforehand.

As per the rule, the person who is appointed in government department shall have to provide educational details from age of 15, mobile numbers used in last five years, furnishing information of in-laws and details of loans have been made mandatory for any fresh appointments in J&K and these details will be verified by the CID department of Police.

In case of failure to do so, the candidates will forego their right to appointment. In respect of selection lists already published, the period of 21 days will be reckoned from the notification of these instructions.

The instruction came into effect as the government on September 27 further amended the Jammu and Kashmir Civil Services (Verification of Character and Antecedents) Instructions, 1997.

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