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Preface

           The Govt. of Haryana has steadfastly focussed its attention on curbing corruption in the Government set up and on providing to its citizens a clean and transparent administration. Keeping in view it's goal of eliminating corruption, the Govt. has set up Vigilance Units in all the departments and has also setup a separate Vigilance Department which is the nodal department of the Govt. as far as anti- corruption measures are concerned.

          The importance of the Vigilance Department can be ganged from the fact that this department functions directly under the Chief Minister as Minister-in-Charge. The Chief Secretary to the Govt. of Haryana functions as the Administrative Secretary of the Department. The Govt. has conferred primacy on the Vigilance Department in anti- corruption matters. The Secretary to the Govt. in the Vigilance Department has the competence to record in his assessment his comments on the work being done by any Departmental Vigilance Officer.

          The State Vigilance Bureau is the main investigative wing of Vigilance Department. This manual covers the entire gamut of activities of the State Vigilance Bureau. It outlines the duties and functions of the State Vigilance Bureau, it's organisational structure, as also the procedure to be adopted in vigilance cases and enquires. This manual also incorporates the instructions issued by the Govt. from time to time which have guided the State Vigilance Bureau.

Vigilance Manual approved by the State Government vide their letter No. 9/5/2003-1 Vig. (1) dated 28th July, 2004.

Index                                                                                  Go to Top

Introduction to the State Vigilance Bureau
  • Introduction & History
  • Aims
  • Functions
  • Duties of a Vigilance Officer
  • Organisation
  • Vigilance Officers
  • Ministerial & Supporting Staff
  • Technical Experts
  • Vigilance Enquiries
  • Sources of Informations
  • Registration of Enquiries
  • Procedure for Carrying out registered Enquiries
  • Recommendation to the Vigilance Department
  • Vigilance Cases
  • Vigilance Police Stations
  • Registration of Vigilance Cases
  • Investigation of cases by SVB
  • Prosecution of cases
  • Sanction for prosecution
  • Appendixes
    Appendix - A
  • Reorganization of the Anti Corruption Machinery
  • Appendix - B
  • Enquiry in anonymous and pseudonymous complaints
  • Appendix - C
  • Availability of record within 48 hours
  • Appendix - D I to D III
  • Writing of the Case Diaries in (Form No. 25.54 etc.)
  • Appendix - E
  • Functions of Police Stations
  • Appendix - F
  • Investigating Officer's Kit
  • Appendix - G
  • Powers to conduct Raid
  • Appendix - H
  • Checklist for Red Handed Captures
  • Appendix - I
  • Procedure for investigation of Cases relating to Disproportionate Assets
  • Other Instructions
  • Note: Click the arrow to go to the particular section
  • Jurisdiction/Reorganization of the Vigilance Machinery.
    pkSdlh foHkkx dk iquxZBu] gfj;k.kk jkT; esa HkzVkpkj No. 927-Vig.(I)-70-18675 17.07.1970
    Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery. No. 4/22/78-Vig.(i) 14.02.1980  
    ekhujh dk iquxZBu Js.kh 3 rFkk 4 ds deZpkfj;ksa ds fo:) tkap djus dk ekeyk No. 4/2/87-1Vig.(I) 28.07.1988
    Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery No. 4/22/78-1Vig.(I) 19.04.1990
    Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery- Appointment and functions  of the Departmental Chief Vigilance Officers/ Vigilance Officerss No. 4/1/92-5V(1) 03.05.2001
    Requisition of services of officers of specialised nature for  Vigilance enquiries No. 4/4/03-Vig.(I) 19.06.2003
    Procedure of Enquiry & Departmental/Criminal Action Against Govt. Servants.
    Supply of copies of documents to the delinquent officials in departmental enquiries No. 6747-V(I)-61/2056 09.02.1962  
    ljdkjh deZpkfj;kas dss fo:) foHkkxh;@vijkf/kd dk;ZokghA No. 419-1Vig. (I)-71/3928 16.02.1971
    Supply of copies of documents to the deliquent officials in preliminary enquiries. No. 3298-I Vig(2)-72/29575 18.10.1972
    vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;kas dss fo:) iatkc flfoy lsok,as  n.M rFkk vihy  fu;ekoyh 1952 ds v/khu foHkkxh; tkap ds fy;s vf/kdkjh dh fu;qfDrA U.O. No. 8/2/84-I Vig. (I) 26.03.1984
    Js.kh&1 rFkk 2 ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;kas ds fo:) iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds rgr dk;Zokgh djus gsrq foHkkxh; tkap ds fy;s tkap vf/kdkjh fu;qDr djus dk ekeykA No. 8/2/86-1Vig(1) 17.09.1986
    Js.kh&1 rFkk 2 ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa ds fo:) iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds rgr tkap vf/kdkjh dks lkSih xbZ tkapkas lEca/kh ewy fjdkMZ miyC/k djokus dk ekeykA No. 8/2/84-1 Vig. (I) 01.04.1989
    jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vUos"k.k vf/kdkfj;kas dks mu }kjk dh tkus okyh tkapkas esa izys[k miyC/k djokus rFkk iw.kZ lgk;rk@lg;ksx nsus ckjsA No. 9/17/96-1Vig(1) 16.10.1996
    ljdkjh deZpkjh@vf/kdkjh }kjk vius ls mPp vf/kdkjh ds fo:) dh tkus okyh f'kdk;r vius foHkkxk/;{k@iz'kkldh; lfpo ds ek/;e ls djus ckjs A No. 4/1/2000-1/Vig.(1) 24.04.2000
    gfj;k.kk jkT; ds Js.kh A o Js.kh AA ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ds i{k esa iSa'ku ds fy, 'kks/ku i= tkjh djus gsrq izLrko le; ij Hkstus ckjs A No. 4/2/2002-1Vig.(1) 14.03.2002
    Action on Vigilance Inquiry Report No. 4/1/03-1Vig.(1)   11.07.2003
    jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vUos"k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa dks mu }kjk dh tkus Okkyh tkapksa esa izys[k miyC/k djokus rFkk iw.kZ lgk;rk@lg;ksx nsus ckjs A No. 9/17/96-1Vig.(1) 11.07.2003
    Indiscriminate use of Govt. Vehicles.
    ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa dk nq:i;ksx A No. 3060-1Vig.(1)-74/24700 18.04.1974
    ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa dk nq:i;ksx A No. 1/4/83-1Vig(1) 08.03.1983
    Indiscriminate use of  Government Vehicles. No. 1732-V(1)-61/3865 03.04.1991
    Appointment/Functions of the Departmental Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers.
    fofHkUu foHkkxksa esa fu;qDr eq[; pkSdlh vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkfj;ksa dks pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk vxzsfkr tkap fjiksVkasZa ds lEcU/k esa dh xbZ dk;Zokgh dh lwpuk Hkstus ds lEcU/k esaA U.O. No. 4/3/81-1 Vig(1) 05.11.1981  
    Reorganization of the Vigilance Machinery- Appointment and functions of the Departmental Vigilance Officers. No. 4/22/78-1 Vig(1)
    22.08.1986

    Requisition of services of officers of specialized nature for vigilance enquiries No. 4/2/87-1 Vig(1)
    01.02.1990

    Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery Appointment and functions of the Departmental Vigilance Officers. No. 4/2/78-1 Vig(1)
    15.03.1990

    Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery No. 4/22/78-1 Vig(1)
    08.05.1990

    Re-organization of the Vigilance Machinery-appointment and functions of the Departmental Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers. No. 4/1/91-1 Vig(1)
    20.03.1991

    Reorganisation  of  the  Vigilance  Machinery  Appointment  and functions of the Departmental Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers. 4/1/92-1 Vig(1)
    13.01.1992

    Reorganisation  of  the  Vigilance  Machinery  -  Appointment  and functions of the Departmental Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers. 4/1/92-1Vig. (1) 11.08.2003
    Entrusting of Cases to C.B.I. for Enquiry      
    Regarding prior consultation with the Central Govt., before entrusting a case to C.B.I. U.O. No. 1/5/80-1 Vig(1) 14.07.1980
    Sanction for prosecution to accused official(s)/officer(s) of various Government Departments No. 4/1/84-1 Vig(1) 18.6.1984  
    Type of cases which are generally taken up for investigation by the C.B.I.
    List of offences noticed under section 3 of the delhi special police esteblishment act, 1946 (25 of 1946)
    Issuing of sanctions for prosecution of accused Officials/Officers of various Govt. Department.
    Sanction for prosecution against delinquant official(s)/officer(s) of various Government Departments No. 4/1/84-1 Vig(1) 18.06.1984  
    Sanction for prosecution against delinquant official(s)/officer(s) of various Government Departments No. 4/1/84-1 Vig(1) 11.04.1985
    Sanction for prosecution against delinquent official/officers (s) of various Government Departments No. 4/1/84-1 Vig(1) 11.03.1989
    pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk yxkbZ tkus okyh ?kkrksa@jsMt esa jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa dk lg;ksx A No. 1/15/78-1 Vig(1) 19.05.1989
    Sanction for prosecution against delinquent official(s) of various  Government Departments. 4/1/84-1Vig.(1) 11.07.2003
    Eradication of Corruption measures regarding.
    fj'or[kksj ljdkjh deZpkfj;kssa ij ?kkr yxkus dh uhfr No. 1244-1 Vig(11)- 72/9512
    13.04.1972
    ,uksfuEl f'kdk;r dk fuiVku 5476-1/Vig.(1)-74/26457 17.11.1974
    ,uksfuEl@flMksfuEl f'kdk;rksa dk fuiVku 1728-1Vig.(1)-77/12180 04.05.1977
    foHkkxk/;{kksa rFkk dk;kZy; v/;{kksa }kjk jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vf/kdkfj;ksa dks tkap esa lg;ksx nsus ds ckjs esa No. 1/32/79-1Vig.(1) 27.11.1979
    pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk yxkbZ tkus okys ?kkrksa@jsMt esa jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa dk lg;ksxA No. 1/15/78-1 Vig(1) 25.01.1983
    Assistance by Gazetted Officers in traps/raids conducted by the Vigilance Department. Eradication of corruption-measures regarding No. 4/2/1987-1 Vig(1) 14.09.1987
    fj'or[kksj ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ij ?kkr yxkus dh uhfrA No. 4/17/89-1 Vig(1) 24.01.1990
    Hkz"V vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;ksa dks jaxs gkFkksa idM+okus okys O;fDr dks 500 :i;s uxn buke rFkk iz'kalki=k nsus ckjsA No. 4/8/91-1 Vig(1) 24.10.1991
    fj'or[kksj ljdkjh vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;ksa ij ?kkr yxkus dh uhfrA No. 4/17/89-1 Vig(1) 07.07.2014
    Constitution of District Vigilance Teams
    Constitution of District Vigilance Teams No. 4/4/90-1 Vig(1) 30.07.1990
    Constitution of District Vigilance Teams No. 4/4/90-1 Vig(1) 28.11.1991
    Special Checking of the Engineering Works.      
    yksd fuekZ.k foHkkx ds fuekZ.k dk;ksZaa dh fo'ks"k tkap vfHkdj.k }kjk pSfdaxA No. 1774-1 Vig(1)- 77/24268 02.09.1977
    Constitution of the Anti Corruption Board, Haryana
    Notification 4/2/87-1Vig.(1) 22.09.1987  
    Notification 4/2/87-1Vig.(1) 03.11.1987
    Order 4/2/87-1Vig.(1) 03.03.1988
    Notification No. 4/2/87-1 Vig(1) 08.02.1990
    Regarding Special Checking of the works of Engineering Department by the State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana No. 46/41/91-3 Vig(ii) 22.07.1991
    Constitution of Advisory Board in State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana.
     Notification No. 4/6/02-1Vig.(1) 11.12.2002
    Notification No. 4/6/02-1Vig.(1) 18.04.2003
    Notification No. 4/6/02-1Vig.(1) 30.07.2003

    Introduction & History                                             Go to Top

    CHAPTER-1

    Introduction of the State Vigilance Bureau.

    1.1 Introduction & History

              The State Vigilance Bureau is the main investigative unit of the Vigilance Department. The main investigating wing was set up in June, 1967 when the Govt. of Haryana issued detailed instructions for effecting for reorganization of the Anti-Corruption machinery Vide U.O. No. 2682-V (1) -67 dated 17th June, 1967 Appendix A. This order set up a Special Inquiry Agency (SIA) for enquiring into corruption related complaints referred to it by the Vigilance Department. This agency had a very modest beginning and was set up under an Officer in the rank of Superintendent of Police in the incipient stage. Progressive expansions took place from time to time and at present there is fairly widespread and effective network throughout the State.

              The Special Inquiry Agency was rechristened as the State Vigilance Bureau in the year 1978 and presently functions as such under the charge of it's Director who is an IPS Officer in the rank of DGP/ADGP. The Director who is the head of Department is assisted by an Inspector General of Police, Deputy Inspector(s) General of Police, Superintendent(s) of Police, Deputy Superintendent(s) of Police and officers /official of other ranks.

    Aims                                                                                                                                                                                           Go to Top

              The principal objective of the State Vigilance Bureau Haryana is to curb the evil of corruption amongst Public Servants and to prevent leakage of Government revenue by taking action against unscrupulous Government Servants who indulge in mal-practices and corruption. The State Vigilance Bureau also helps various other Government Departments by suggesting ways and means to combat corruption and to prevent leakage of Government Revenue.

    Functions                                                                                                                                                                                  Go to Top

     The various functions of the State Vigilance Bureau are:-

    1.          Investigation of Criminal Cases of corruption/cheating/ fraud referred to it by the Govt. of Haryana for investigation.

    2.          Apprehending corrupt Govt. Servants red-handed by means of raids.

    3.          Carrying out vigilance enquiries referred to it by the Vigilance Department, Govt. of Haryana.

    4.          Generating inspection/source reports regarding corruption/ leakage of Govt. revenue for the usage of the Govt. or
                  for suo-moto action.

    5.          Giving No Objection Certificates from vigilance angle to various persons/Govt. officials. NOC is required for the
                  following purpose :-

                                            A) Promotion Cases,

                                            B) Cases of Superannuation

                                            C) Passport for Govt. Employees,

                                            D) Cases of Deputation.

                                           E) Any other cases in which, such clearance is made mandatory by the State Government.

    6.           To carry out special checking of various works/projects undertaken on behalf of the Govt. of Haryana to ensure uniform
                  quality and standard of the works being so undertaken.

    7.           Any other function assigned to it from the Govt. of Haryana from time to time.

    Duties of a Vigilance Officer                                                                                                                                                    Go to Top

    Every vigilance officer posted in the Vigilance Bureau has responsibilities in the following spheres:-

                             i) As an Enquiry Officer in respect of registered enquiries entrusted to him/ her.

                               ii) As an Investigating Officer in respect of criminal cases registered in various Police Station of the SVB and entrusted to
                                   him for investigation.

                               iii) In addition to these responsibilities the SP/DIG posted at the Police Station of the SVB shall also function
                                    as the officer in-charge of the Police Station and shall perform such duties as officer in-charge of Police Station as
                                   outlined in the Punjab police Rules.

    CHAPTER-2

    Organisation

              The officers/officials posted in the State Vigilance Bureau, can be categorized as in the following paragraphs depending upon the nature of their duties

    Vigilance Officers                                                                                                                                                                     Go to Top

                        The Officers/Officials who are categorized as Vigilance Officers will be Enquiry Officers & Investigating Officers. The Enquiry Officers can be taken on deputation from any Department including the Police Department, whereas the Investigating Officers will be exclusively from the Police Department.
                        The State Vigilance Bureau with its headquarters at Panchkula is headed by an officer in the rank of DGP/ADGP who has under its administrative control the Officers/Officials posted at the Vigilance Police Stations situated at various Range Headquaters and field units at the District Headquaters.


    Ministerial & Supporting Staff                                                                                                                                               Go to Top

              Ministerial/Secretariat staff has also been made available to the State Vigilance Bureau to assist in it is functioning. This staff has primarily been taken on deputation from the Police Department. The following table shows the sanctioned strength of ministerial staff in the State Vigilance Bureau as on 1.1.2004.
    RankSanction
    Superintendent (O)01
    Personal Assistants02
    Assistants10
    Sr. Scale Stenos06
    Jr. Scale Stenos01
    Steno-Typists02
    Clerks27
    Civilian Drivers05
    Book Binder01
    Peons12
    Chowkidar01
    Sweeper 01
    Class IV14

    Technical Experts                                                                                                                                                                     Go to Top

              The Vigilance Bureau during the course of its enquiries also requires the technical assistance of experts from various fields. For this purpose the officers from different departments are taken on deputation to the State Vigilance Bureau.

    Vigilance Enquiries

    Sources of Informations                                                                                                                                                         Go to Top

              The State Vigilance Bureau carries out enquiries on behalf of the Vigilance Department, Govt. of Haryana.
               These enquiries are marked down to the enquiry officers after due registration. Enquiries are ordered on the basis of information
                obtained from any of the following sources:-
                a) Complaint received by an administrative authority.
                b) Complaint received in the Vigilance Department/State Vigilance Bureau.
                c) Departmental inspection report, stock verification survey or specific checks conducted by the State Vigilance Bureau.
                d) Report of any irregularities in account revealed in the routine audit of accounts e.g. tampering of records,
                     over payments, misappropriation of money or material etc.
                e) Audit report on Govt. accounts and on the accounts of public undertakings and others co-operative bodies etc.
                f) Proceedings of the Vidhan Sabha or of its various committees like Estimates Committee, Public Accounts Committee and
                    Committee on Public Undertaking etc.
                g) Complaints, allegations featuring in the press/electronic media.
                h) Intelligence/Source Report.
                 i) Other Sources

    Registration of Enquiries                                                                                                                                                        Go to Top

              All the enquiries conducted by the State Vigilance Bureau should be duly registered in the State Vigilance Bureau and given specific number. These enquiries can be registered only on the explicit order of :
              1. Director, SVB in case of Class -III or Class-IV employees.
              2. The state Govt. in case of Class-I & II officers, MLAs, Sarpanches, Members/Chairmen of Zila Parishads, Councillors/Members
                   of the Local Bodies and Pvt. persons etc.
    Note :- The Ministers, Ministers of State, Deputy Ministers, the Speaker & the Deputy Speaker of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha shall not be within the purview of the Vigilance Department.

    Procedure for Carrying out registered Enquiries                                                                                                               Go to Top

              After registration of Vigilance Enquiry the Director State Vigilance Bureau or an officer on his behalf marks these enquiries to an Enquiry Officer for carrying out his enquiry and submit a detailed report.
    3.3(1) Inquiry in Anonymous & Pseudonymous Complaints.
              
    As per the guidelines of the government (Appendix 'B') anonymous or pseudonymous complaints should normally be rejected. But the entry of all such complaints shall be made in the register and the record of such complaints shall also be maintained. The complainant shall normally be required to furnish an affidavit in the support of the allegations levelled in the complaint. However it is also highlighted that in view of the fact that the complaints are quite often not forthcoming in lodging complaints, if the complaint contains specific allegations and matter can be enquired into by studying records, then this should normally be done. This decision shall be taken by Government and or by Director/State Vigilance Bureau.
    3.3(2) Receipt and study of enquiry (complaint)
              
    On receipt of a registered enquiry/complaint, the Enquiry Officer shall take up the practice of recording day-to-day proceedings in the form of a diary in respect of each registered enquiry entrusted to him. The format for this diary shall be the same as that of a case diary as mentioned in PPR. The Enquiry Officer shall submit to the SP or DIG Incharge of the SVB Range one copy of the case diary containing the summary of allegations serially numbered, the line of action proposed to be adopted by him to enquire into each of the allegations and the necessary documents and a brief list of witnesses he proposes to examine in the course of enquiry. On receipt of the case diary the Supervisory Officer of the concerned Range shall carefully go through the same and record his observations and guidelines and convey the same to the Enquiry Officer. A gist of the contents of each case diary shall be entered in a running notebook by the Supervisory Officer and the progress shall be communicated to the State Vigilance Bureau (Headquarters) fortnightly.
              After the completion of the enquiry the Enquiry Officer shall put up his final report with recommendations to the SP or DIG Incharge of the Range, who will minutely examine the enquiry report and the relevant record and would record his detailed comments/observations and forward the same to the Headquarters.
    3.3(3) There shall be two categories of an enquiry and cases. The first category shall be treated as most secret which contains the enquiries and criminal cases against all VIPs, Ex-Ministers, MLAs, IAS, IPS and all other Class  I Officers whereas the second category will be marked as confidential, which shall contain the enquiries and cases against all others remaining Officers/Officials and Public men. The secret files and confidential files shall be maintained separately.
    3.3(4) Records
              The Vigilance officer while conducting an enquiry has to ensure that he is able to prove/disprove allegations levelled in the complaint, a thorough scrutiny of documents and records is indeed of vital importance.
              As per Govt. guidelines No. 9/17/96-1Vig(I) dated 16th October, 1996 (Appendix 'C') any document sought by the Enquiry Officer has to be made available by the concerned department within 48 hours of the receipt of any request from the State Vigilance Bureau.
    The Enquiry Officer should make an effort to obtain only the relevant record. It would be advisable that the Enquiry Officer should prepare blank proformas to be supplied to the department from which information is sought. The concerned department is required to supply the information solicited in the format indicated in these proformas.
              The Enquiry Officer shall maintain the safe custody of the record to ensure the secrecy. The Enquiry Officer has to maintain the sanctity of the document procured and ensure that secrecy is not lost. Such documents which once procured and not further required should be safely returned to the department as soon as possible.
    3.3(5) Interviews
               The Enquiry Officer should record the statements of the person who can shed some light on matters connected with vigilance enquiry. This should routinely be done in the form of interviews, wherever possible a questionnaire should be prepared and provided to the person being interviewed, who should be asked to respond to it. The Enquiry Officer is always advised to interview the officers/persons against whom the enquiry is being conducted as this is in the interests of natural justice. This can, however, be dispensed with, in case, a discreet enquiry has been ordered or it is felt that the enquiry can be completed only by a scrutiny of records/ or the concerned person/official/officer does not cooperate with Enquiry Officer.
    3.3(6) Expert Opinion
               The appointment of Chartered Accountant, Financial & other experts shall be made as per provisions of Govt. instructions/Rules applicable at the relevant time.
    3.3(7) Report
              After going through the procedure outlined above the Enquiry Officer has to reach definite conclusions in the enquiry. For this he has to study/scrutinise and collate all the information that has been made available to him. The Enquiry Officer has to prepare a point-wise finding on the various allegations mentioned in the enquiry. On each allegation the Enquiry Officer has to give a specific finding whether the allegation is proved or not. In case an allegation is proved he has to outline the extent to which the allegation has been proved. Responsibility for the lapses has to be fixed, the Enquiry Officer has to provide an estimate to gauge/estimate loss to the Govt. exchequer, if any. The Enquiry Officer has also to clarify as to whether the lapses/irregularities that have been detected are intentional or unintentional. He has to clarify whether the said lapses invite criminal liabilities or liabilities for departmental action.
              The Enquiry Officer then has to make recommendations to the Director, SVB regarding the findings of the enquiry. The recommendations in case of allegations which are not proved would be to file the allegations. On the allegations that have been proved the Enquiry Officer can make the following recommendations depending upon his finding:-
                    (i) Recommendation for registration of criminal cases in the concerned police station of SVB or any other concerned Police Station
                         against the delinquents,
                    (ii) Recommendation for initiating departmental proceedings for major/minor punishments to be awarded to delinquent officers /officials.
                    (iii) Recommendation for effecting recoveries for the losses to the Govt. exchequer from the beneficiaries,
                    (iv) Recommendations for black- listing of firms.
                    (v) Recommendations for transfer/suspension of delinquent officers/officials.
    3.3(8) Supervision
              Range DIG/SP of State Vigilance Bureau shall be responsible for the supervision and monitoring the progress of the enquiries and cases entrusted to Enquiry Officer/Investigating Officer Supervision shall be effected in the format laid down by the Director, State Vigilance Bureau from time to time. A similar practice would be followed in the investigation of the cases by the Investigating Officers and the supervision of the investigation by the Supervisory Officers in recording of the case diaries in Form 25.54 (1) Punjab Police Rules after following the general guidelines under Punjab Police Rules 25.53 & 25.54 and the Supervisory Officers shall enter the contents of the case diary in the running notebook as mentioned in Punjab Police Rules 25.17 (3) and send the fortnightly report to the Headquarters. Copies of relevant Police Rules are enclosed at (Appendix 'D-I to III).

    Recommendation to the Vigilance Department                                                                                                                  Go to Top

              The Director/SVB on receipt of the findings and enquiry report from the Enquiry Officer carries out an objective assessment of the enquiry conducted by the Enquiry Officer. If there are any lapses then the enquiry can be returned to remove the shortcomings. After receipt of the final report and acceptance by the Director/Bureau forwards its finding and recommendations could be :-
                    i) Recommendation for registration criminal case/ cases in the concerned police station of SVB or any other concerned Police Station
                        against the delinquents,
                     ii) Recommendation for initiating departmental proceedings for major/minor punishments to be awarded to delinquent officers/officials,
                    iii) Recommendation for effecting recoveries for the losses to the Govt. exchequer, from the beneficiaries,
                    iv) Recommendation for black- listing of firms, v) Recommendation for transfer/suspension of delinquent officers/officials.

    Vigilance Cases

    Vigilance Police Stations                                                                                                                                                         Go to Top

              The Government of Haryana has notified Vigilance Police Stations at Panchkula, Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram for the purpose of registration and investigation of vigilance cases. The SP/DIG posted at these stations is the Officer In-charge of the police station. The area jurisdiction and criminal jurisdiction of these Police Stations is given in Appendix-E.
              The Vigilance Police Station function in a manner similar to any other Police Station of a District, albeit with the difference that it is empowered to register only cases under those sections of law, which are given in Annexure - E.
              Records are maintained in the Vigilance Police Station as in the case of Police Station of the District. These records are to be maintained as per the Punjab Police Rules. There are subject to annual inspection as per the Punjab Police Rules.

    Registration of Vigilance Cases                                                                                                                                              Go to Top

    Criminal cases can be registered in the Vigilance Police Station by the following methods :-
              (a) As per the orders of the Govt. on the findings of Registered Vigilance Enquiries.
              (b) Red Handed capture/ Trap raid on a Government Servant.

    Investigation of cases by SVB                                                                                                                                                Go to Top

              The State Vigilance Bureau is empowered to Investigate Cases registered in its various Police Stations, the State Government may by notification also transfer cases registered in Police Stations of various Districts to the State Vigilance Bureau for investigation. Cases are referred for investigation to various units/individual investigation officer or teams by the Director, SVB or an officer on his behalf.
               The Investigating Officer on receipt of the case is required to carry out investigation as per the code of Criminal Procedure. He is also required to follow the detailed procedures laid down in the Punjab Police Rules, various judgements of the Hon'ble Courts. Govt. Instructions or Standing Orders are also to be adhered to. The investigation of various kinds of cases is classified in the following paragraphs, methods of investigation are also described.
    4.3(1) Investigation of Cases Registered on the Receipt of Govt. Orders.
              
    These cases are invariably registered after a Vigilance enquiry has been duly carried out. However, if the Government so orders, in exceptional cases, these might be registered without preceding Vigilance enquiry. Investigation generally follows the lines of the vigilance enquiries, detailed procedures for which have been outlined in the preceding chapter. During investigation however, the Investigating Officer has to ensure that he is able to prepare a case that will stand up to judicial scrutiny, the missing links that have not been accounted for during the enquiry, have to be taken care of. The Investigation has to be in line with the procedure prescribed in the Code of Criminal Procedure. All evidence collected should be as per the Indian Evidence Act, guidelines given on other Special Acts and Govt. instructions also have to be adhered to. Another difference between enquiry and investigations is that the Investigating Officer acquires powers to arrest, search & seize documents/material while conducting an investigation.
    4.3.2 Investigation Cases of Red Handed Capture/Trap Cases.
               These are the cases in which the corrupt official/ officer is apprehended by the Vigilance Officer, while accepting illegal gratification or immediately after receipt of such illegal gratification. When a complainant approaches a vigilance officer, complaining about an officer/official who is demanding illegal gratification, the Investigating Officer should at the earliest occasion inform his superiors in the Vigilance Bureau about the raid which is proposed to be carried out. The Vigilance Officer has to move towards the rendezvous at the earliest alongwith his team members. He should also carry the Investigating Officers Kit (Appendix-F) with him.
              On successful completion of a raid the Vigilance Officer is required to register a criminal case under the Prevention of Corruption Act and any other relevant provision of law, in the concerned Police Station of State Vigilance Bureau. In case of such red handed raids leading to registration of cases under Prevention of Corruption Act 1988, the Investigating Officer should not be below the rank of an Inspector of Police. (Officer of the rank of Inspector posted in the State Vigilance Bureau have been specially notified to have competence to register & investigate cases under PC Act by the State Govt. (Appendix-'G'). A detailed check list of procedural formalities to be observed while conducting a raid is given in (Annexure-'H').
              A number of time red handed capture cases can be followed up with a case of Disproportionate Assets, which is an offence under Section 13 (1) (e) of Prevention of Corruption Act. Such a study of assets disproportionate to the known sources of income can be carried out during registered enquiries also. During investigation of Criminal Case the Investigating Officer has an additional facility in terms of power to search and seize incriminating documents/material. A detail procedure prescribed for investigation of cases of assets disproportionate to known sources of income is given in (Annexure - I).
    4.3(3) Investigation of cases other than those registered in the various Police Station of the State Vigilance Bureau.
               Such cases which are specially entrusted to the SVB of investigation are investigated in a manner similar to the investigation carried out by the District Police.

    Prosecution of cases                                                                                                                                                                 Go to Top

              After the Investigating Officer has carried out formal investigation of the case entrusted to him for investigation the Investigating Officer submits the case file for the perusal of the Officer- in-Charge of the Police Stations. In cases where the charges are proved the Officer-in-Charge prepares charge sheets against the accused persons alongwith relevant documents. These charge sheets are submitted in the court having jurisdiction as per the procedure prescribed in the Police Rules and the Code of Criminal Procedure. In cases of charges, which are not proved the Officer-in-Charge prepares a Final Report, which is submitted before the Director, State Vigilance Bureau. In case the Director, accords his approval the final report is returned to the Officer-in- Charge who submits the same to the court having jurisdiction in the prescribed manner.

    Sanction for prosecution                                                                                                                                                         Go to Top

              In the cases where sanction for prosecution is required u/s 19 of Prevention of Corruption Act and Section 197 Cr.P.C. against the accused person. The competent Authority must decide the sanction for prosecution within 60 days or 90 days of the arrest of the accused as the case may be in the light of the judgement passed by Hon'ble Supreme Court dated 8.12.1997 in Writ Petition (Crl.) No. 340-343 of 1993 Vineet Narain & Others Vs. Union of India, so that the accused do not become entitle to be released on bail u/s 167 (2) Cr.P.C.

    Appendixes

    Reorganization of the Anti Corruption Machinery                                                                                                           Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                     APPENDIX 'A'
                                                                                         No. 2682-V (I)-67/10809
    From
                                 Shri S.K. Chhibber, I.A.S,
                                 Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                Vigilance Department.
    To
                                All Heads of Departments,
                                Commissioner, Ambala Division,
                               Deputy Commissioner, District and Sessions Judges in
                               Haryana and Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court,
                               Chandigarh.
                               Dated Chandigarh, the 17th June, 1967.
                               Subject:- Abolition of Haryana State Vigilance Commission and the reorganization of the Vigilance Machinery.
    Sir,
                            I am directed to say that Government have given fresh consideration to the matter of setting up of some effective, speedy and less expensive machinery for dealing with corruption in the public as well as among the officials and have decided to abolish the existing Vigilance Commissioner. In pursuance of this, notification No. 2661-V(1)- 67/10270, dated the 9th June, 1967, has been issued a copy of which has already been endorsed to you. Henceforth, the vigilance and anti- corruption work shall be disposed of in the Vigilance Department in accordance with the instructions detailed in the Annexure.
    2           (i) Government have adopted an integral approach to the problem of eradication of corruption. All matters relating to this subject shall be dealt with in the Vigilance Department which would be responsible to co-ordinate and to liaison this work. The Department will take both the types of actions, punitive as well as preventive. On the punitive side the old practice of sending the reports of investigation/inquiry to the Departments concerned for further action has been done away with. Henceforth the Special Inquiry Agency and Inquiry Officer will send their reports to this Department which would process the same up to their logical conclusion. On the preventive side this Department will suggest measures to plug the sources of corruption. The new scheme renews emphasis on the responsibility of the Heads of Departments, etc., to deal with complaints of corruption against the non- gazetted staff. The scheme further envisages the continuance of the appointment of Chief Vigilance Officers and Vigilance Officers in each Department. They will have an important role to play and their duties have been detailed in para V of the Annexure.
              (ii) The Special Inquiry Agency will continue to be an agency of the Vigilance Department and as such will investigate only those complaints which are referred to it by this Department. Any particular complaint required to be investigated through this agency may be referred to this Department.
              (iii) I am also to point out that the cases in which Vigilance Commission had already sent its recommendations direct to the Departments or where further information had been asked for by it, would now be pursued by Government in the Vigilance Department. Accordingly, those cases in which the Commission had asked for any information, the same should be supplied to this Department. Likewise, if in any case it is considered appropriate to deviate from the recommendations of the erstwhile Vigilance Commission, prior approval of the Government in the Vigilance Department would be necessary.
    3.           Government is fully committed to curb the evil of corruption and expect you to fully share their anxiety and responsibility in this behalf. As a matter of policy, Government have decided to deal with complaints of corruption or loss to public revenue, etc., on priority basis and therefore, wish to make it clear that any passive treatment to such complaints shall be viewed seriously. Government desires that the aim and importance of these instructions should be fully kept in view for meticulous compliance.
                                                                                                                                                         Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                        S.K. CHIBBER,
                                                                                                                                            Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                   Vigilance Department.
    No. 2682-V(I)-67/10801, dated Chandigarh, the 17th June, 1967
    A copy, with a copy of the enclosure, is forwarded, for information and necessary action to :-
              (1) the Inquiry Officer, Vigilance Department, Haryana.
              (2) the Director, Special Inquiry Agency, Haryana.

                                                                                                                                                        A.C. AGGARWAL,
                                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                           for Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                    Vigilance Department.
    No. 2682-V(I)-67/10802, dated Chandigarh, the 17th June, 1967
    A copy, with enclosure, is forwarded to the Accountant General, Punjab and Haryana, for information                                                                                                                                     A.C. AGGARWAL,
                                                                                                                                                        Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                             for Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                         Vigilance Department.
     A copy, with a copy of the enclosure, is forwarded to :-
               (i) Financial Commissioner, Revenue and Taxation and Secretary to Government Haryana, Revenue Consolidation,
    Excise & Taxation, Rehabilitation, Relief and Settlement Departments; and
               (ii) All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana; for information and necessary action.                                                                                                                                                
                                                                                                                                                             A.C. AGGARWAL,
                                                                                                                                                             Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                               for Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                          Vigilance Department.
    To
                       (i) The Financial Commissioner, Revenue, Haryana.
                      (ii) All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
                      U.O.No. 2682-V(I)-67,                                                                                  dated Chandigarh, the 17th June, 1967.
    A copy, with a copy of the enclosure, is forwarded to the Secretaries/Private Secretaries/Personal Assistants to the Chief Minister/Ministers/Ministers of State/Deputy Ministers/Chief Parliamentary Secretary, for the information of the Chief Minister/Minister of State/Deputy Ministers and Chief Parliamentary Secretary.
                                                                                                                                                        A.C. AGGARWAL,
                                                                                                                                                   Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                         for Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                        Vigilance Department.
    To The Secretaries/Private Secretaries/Personal Assistants to the Chief Minister/Ministers/Ministers of State/DeputyMinisters.

    Enquiry in anonymous and pseudonymous complaints                                                                                                 Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                                                                 APPENDIX 'B'

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    Availability of record within 48 hours                                                                                                                                  Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                                                                   APPENDIX 'C'

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    Writing of the Case Diaries in (Form No. 25.54 etc.)                                                                                                        Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                                                                   APPENDIX 'D'
    PPR 25.17 Supervision by gazetted officers.
     (1) In all important cases gazetted officers are required personally to supervise the investigation so far as is possible and when necessary to visit
            the scene of the offence.
    (2) A record of investigations by gazetted officers shall be kept in the prescribed column of the register of cognizable offences and an
          abstract thereof shall be shown in the quarterly Inspection Statement and in the Annual Provincial Statement.
    (3) Every gazetted officers shall maintain a running note-book of offences, in which he shall enter the salient points of the first information
           report and case diaries as he hears them. The following are some of the points that should be entered in his note-book.
    First Information Report
                     
    (a) Police Station, village, section, date and time of offence ;
                      (b) Distance of village from police station and date and time of investigation opening.
                      (c) Name and rank of investigating officer, who should always be the senior officer available. Reasons for
                            junior officer taking up cases should be most carefully checked ; and
                    (d) Salient features of the case.
    Cases Diaries

                      (a) Date of case diaries ;
                      (b) By whom written and where ; and
                      (c) Salient features.
              All unnecessary delays in the course of investigation, in chalaning successful cases or in submitting final reports in untraced cases should be carefully observed and stopped. Deputy Inspector-General shall call for these note-books at their inspections and insist on their being intelligently used for the purpose of efficient supervision of investigations.
    (4)        Gazetted officers shall interest themseleves in the chalans of cases in their charge as they come in and discuss them with the prosecuting inspector, and if possible, with the officers who investigated them ; and shall keep in touch with the proceedings in court.
    (5)        Every gazetted officer in headquarters should see daily the English register (27.36) of cognizable offences, with special reference to columns 14 to 17 in regard to cases in his charge, and he should bring to the notice of the District Magistrate through the proper channel, any unnecessary delay that occur in dealing with cases in courts, instances in which witnesses come up with chalans and are sent back unheard, and delays in framing Charges, hearing arguments or pronouncing judgements.
    (6)         Gazetted officers should follow closely the progress of cases in their charge through the courts and they should ascertain, as soon as possible, the grounds for all discharges and acquittals. If the grounds for the discharges or acquittals appear to be unreasonable, they should at once bring the cases prominently to the notice of the District Magistrate through the Superintendent of Police.
    PFR 25.53 Case Diaries.
    (1)           Section 172 (i), Code of Criminal Procedure requires that a case diary shall be maintained shall submitted daily during an investigation by the investigating officer. In such diary shall be recorded, concisely and clearly, the steps taken by the police, the circumstances ascertained through the investigation and the other information required by section 172(i), Code of Criminal Procedure.
    (2)            Case diaries shall be as brief as possible ; shall not be swollen with lengthy explanations and theories, and shall be written either in English or in simple Urdu.
    Only such incidents of the investigation shall be included as have a bearing on the case.
    (3)            Detailed lists of stolen property, or of property seized in the course of a search, shall be entered in the first case diary submitted after the facts relating to such property were reported to, or discovered by the investigating officer.
    (4)            The fact the copies of the record prepared under the provisions of section 165 or 166, Code of Criminal Procedure, have been sent to the nearest magistrate empowered to take cognizance of the offence shall also be noted.
    PPR 25.54.
    Record of case diaries.
     (1)            Case diaries shall ordinarily be submitted in Form 25.54 (1) and each sheet shall be numbered and stamped with the station stamp. Two or more copies, as may be ordered, shall be made by the carbon copying process by the officer conducting the investigation. The officer writing a case diary shall enter in such diary a list of the statements, recorded under section 161, Criminal Procedure Code, which are attached to such diary and the number of pages of which each such statement consists.
    (2)              They shall be sent from the scene of investigation to the police station without delay.
    (3)              On arrival at the police station the number and date of each case diary shall be recorded on the reverse of the police station copy of the first information report, and the date and hour of receipt shall be entered on each copy of the diary.
    (4)             The original shall be dispatched with as little delay as possible to the Inspector or other superior officer as may be ordered, after the time of despatch has been entered in the space provided in the form on both the original and the copy or copies.
    Orders for the disposal and record of case diaries in the headquarters office are contained in rule 11.70. Also see rule 27.38.
     (5)            A copy of every case diary shall be retained at the police station, a separate file being maintained for each case. Such files shall be destroyed in accordance with the periods fixed in sub-rule 27.39 (5).
    (6)            Copies of all orders received at a police station in connection with case diaries and the replies thereto shall be made on blank sheets of paper and shall be attached to the case diary to which they refer.
     

    CASE DIARY

        POLICE STATION             ____________________________________________________                 DISTRICT     First Information Report No.                                                                                                                                                                  of 19        Case Diary No.     Date and Place of occurrence

    Time and date of receipt in Police

    Station.
        Offence:-    
    Date (with hour) on which action was taken Serial No. of report Record of Investigation
         
      CASE DIARY-CONTINUED  
         
     

    Functions of Police Stations                                                                                                                                                    Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                                                                   APPENDIX 'E'
                                                                                                                                                                         
    (Authorised English Translation)
                                                                                       HARYANA GOVERNMENT
                                                                                                                           HOME DEPARTMENT
                                                                                                                                        Notification
                                                                                                                          The 16th December, 2002
    No. S.O. 102/C.A. 2/1974/S. 2/2002 :- In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (5) of Section 2 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Central Act 2 of 1974), and in supersession of Haryana Government, Home Department, notification No. S.O. 1/C.A. 2/1974/S. 2/97, dated 2nd January, 1977, the Governor of Haryana hereby declares that the offices specified in column 1 of the Schedule 1 given below, shall be police stations and they shall have jurisdiction within the areas specified against each of them in coulmn 2 of the said Schedule for the purposes of offences mentioned in Schedule II below, namely :-
    SCHEDULE I
    Name of offices Areas of Jurisdiction
    Office of   the   Superintendent   of Police, State   Vigilance   Bureau, Ambala The Districts of Ambala, Kaithal and Kurukshetra.
    Office of the Superindent of Police, State Vigilane Bureau, Rothak. The  Districts  of  Rohtak,  Karnal, Panipat, Sonipat and Jhajjar.
    Office of   the   Superintendent   of Police, State   Vigilance   Bureau, Hisar. The Districts of Hisar, Sirsa, Jind, Bhiwani and Fatehabad.
    Office of   the   Superintendent   of Police, State   Vigilance   Bureau, Gurugram. The      Districts      of      Gurugram, Faridabad, Narnual and Rewari.
    Office of   the   Superintendent   of Police, State   Vigilance   Bureau, Head Quarters, Panchkula. The  Districts  of  Panchkula  and Yamunanagar.

                                                                                                     SCHEDULE II
    (a) Officers punishable under Sections 161 to 165 A, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 197, 198, 201, 204, 217, 218, 379 to 382, 384 to 389, 403, 406 to 409, 411 to 414, 417 to 420, 465 to 471 and 477A of Indian Penal Code 1860 (45 of 1860)
    (b) Offences punishable under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (49 of 1988).
    (c) Offences relating to the contravention of Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (10 to 1955) and Official Secret Act, 1923 (19 of 1923).
    (d) (Attempts in respect of offences mentioned in items (a) to (c) above by whom so ever committed.
                                                                                                                                                                                                BIRBAL DASS DHALIA,
                                                                                                                                                                    Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary
                                                                                                                                                                                                to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Home Department.

                                                     

    Investigating Officers Kit  Kit                                                                                                                                     Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                                                                Annexure -F
     INVESTIGATING OFFICER'S KIT

                         1. One bottle 50 gm. containing Phenolphthalein Powder.
                         2. One bottle 500 gm. containing Sodium Carbonate.
                         3. Minimum 4 empty NIP.
                         4. Four white cloth stitched bag.
                         5. One meter white cloth for parcel.
                         6. One water jug.
                         7. Two bottle of water.
                         8. Sealing wax.
                         9. Candle stick.
                       10. Match box.
                       11. Seal.
                      12. Stitching thread.
                       13. Sewing needle.
                       14. One dozen blank envelope.
                       15. One tin slate.
                       16. One gun bottle.
                       17. One scale.
                       18. White paper.
                       19. Carbon.
                      20. Oil pin.
                      21. One torch.
                      22. One bundle tags.
                      23. One pair of scissor.
                      24. One brush.
                     25. Sketch pen.
                     26. Ball point pen.
                     27. Compass.

    Powers to conduct Raid                                                                                                                                                            Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                                                                   APPENDIX-G
                                                                                         Haryana Government
                                                                                        
    HOME DEPARTMENT
                                                                                              Notification
                                                                               
    Dated, Chandigarh the 16-8-2000 
    No. 8/113/2000-6HGI.- In excercise of the Powers conferred by First Proviso to Sub-section (I) of Section 17 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 (49 of 1988) and in supressesion of Haryana Govt. Home Department order No. 8261-2H-70/32862, dated 23/34 Dec. 1970, the Governor of Haryana hereby authorises for the purpose of the said proviso, the Inspectors of Police serving in the State Vigilance Bureau of the Vigilance Department of Haryana to investigate any offence punishable under this Act without the order of the Magistrate of Ist Class or make any arrest, therefore, without a warrant.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Birbal Dass Dhalia,
                                                                                                                                                                      Financial Commissioner & Secretary to Govt.,
                                                                                                                                                                                         Haryana, Home Department.
    Endst. No. 8/113/2000-6HGI                                                                                                            Dated, Chandigarh the 16.08.2000
    A copy is forwarded to the Controller, Priniting Press, UT, Chandigarh. He is requested to publish this notification in the next issue of gazette of Haryana Govt. and 50 spare copies be sent to the Home Department.
                                                                                                                                                                                         Sd/- Section Officer Home,
                                                                                                                                                               Financial Commissioner & Secretary to Govt.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Haryana, Home Department.
    Endst. No. 8/113/2000-6HGI                                                                                                                Dated, Chandigarh the 16.08.2000
    A copy is forwarded to the following for information and necessary action :-
                           (1) Financial Commissioner & Secretary to Govt., Haryana, Vigilance Department.
                           (2) The Director General of Police, Haryana, Chandigarh.
                           (3) The Director, State Vigialnce Bureau, Haryana, Chandigarh.
                                                                                                                                                                                              Sd/- Section Officer Home,
                                                                                                                                                               for Financial Commissioner & Secretary to Govt.,
                                                                                                                                                                                  Haryana, Home Department.
                                                                                                                                      office of the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, Chandigarh.
    Endst. No. 12218/22 1/SVB(H),                                                                 dated 17-08-2000
    A copy of the above is forwarded for information and necessary action to:-
                          1. The Supdt. of Police, SVB Ranges, Ambala, Rohtak, Hisar & Gurugram. They are requested to criculate it to all IOs/Insprs.
                              in their Ranges.
                          2. DSP/SVB(H) Hqrs., Chandigarh for information & similar action.
                                                                                                                                                                                     for Director General,
                                                                                                                                                                          State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Chandigarh.

    Checklist for Red Handed Captures                                                                                                                                       Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                                                        APPENDIX -H
    CHECK LIST for red handed captures
    1.          Receipt of written complaint and preliminary verification of complaint. (motive of demand of illegal gratification, amount
                 demanded, date, time and rendezvous point should be clearly reflected in the complaint).
    2.         Constitution of raiding party and briefing of the member of the raIding party. Signal to be adopted for communication should be
                  clearly explained.
    3.         Preparation of seizure memo of currency notes, notes should always be taken from the complaintant, Investigating Officer should not
                 provide the notes.
    4.        The Investigating Officer/GO should initial all the currency notes and carefully apply phenolphthalein powder on each of the notes.
    5.        Personal search of complainant and his companions (including shadow witness) should be carried out.
    6.        Handing over of currency notes to complainant, memo to be prepared.
    7.        Departure for the spot, rounding up of the accused and recovery of currency notes.
    8.        Preparation of seizure memo of notes recovered.
    9.        Hand wash of the accused to be carried out recovery memo to be prepared.
    10.      Currency notes recovered to be washed, wash memo to be prepared.
    11.      Pocket of shirt/paint wash to be carried out and wash memo to be prepared.
    12.     Seizure memo of shirt/paint/diary etc. to be prepared.
    13.     Seizure memo of relevant records.
    14.     Inspection of sites and preparation of site plan.
    15.      Examination of witnesses.
    16.     Examination of accused.
    17.     Examination of accused as per procedure.
    18.       Arrest of accused as per procedure.
    19.      After completion of investigation preparation of challan.
    20.      Obtaining necessary prosecution sanction.

    Procedure for investigation of Cases relating to Disproportionate Assets                                                                    Go to Top

                                                                                                                                                                                       Annexure -I
                                       DETAILED PROCEDURE PRESCRIBED FOR INVESTIGATION OF CASES OF
                                                  ASSETS DISPROPORTIONATE TO KNOWN SOURCES OF INCOME.
            Before the amendment of Section 5 of Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947, the possession of disproportionate assets by a Government servant did not create an offence or criminal misconduct independently. It was merely a rule of evidence which empowered the court of presume the guilt of a delinquent official under certain specified circumstances. After the amendment, however, the possession of disproportionate assets by a delinquent official has become a substantive offence. Sub-section (3) of Section 5 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947, which dealt with the subject place of other clause (e) has been added to Sub-section (1) of Section 5 of the said Act. The amended Section 5(1) now reads as under
    �Section 5(1). A public servant is said to commit the offence of :- criminal misconduct
              (a)__________________________________
             (b)__________________________________
             (c)__________________________________
             (d)__________________________________
             (e) If he or any person on his behalf is in possession or has, at any time during the period of his office, been in possession, for which the public servant cannot satisfactorily account of pecuniary resources or property disproportionate to his known sources of income.
    2.         The necessary conditions which must be satisfied before the offence of criminal misconduct can be said to be committed by a person under Section 5(1) (e) are :-
              (i) The accused must be a public servant.
             (ii) He or some other person on his behalf must be found in possession of pecuniary resources or property, which is
                    disproportionate to his known sources of income;
             (iii) The date on which the accused is found to be in possession of disproportionate assets must fall after 18-12-1964. This is
                      necessary because the offence u/s (5) (1) (e) has not been given retrospective effect ;
             (iv) The accused is not able to satisfactorily account for the possession of such disproportionate assets. Since the possession of disproportionate assets becoming a substantive offence, the responsibilities of the Investigating Officers, while investigating such cases, have considerable increased. They should collect sufficient material so as to be in a position to satisfy the court beyond and reasonable doubt that the offence under Section 5(1)          (e) has been committed.
    3.          The subject of disproportionate assets cannot be discussed effectively, unless a few common terms, which are likely to be used frequently, are explained. For illustrating these terms, sometimes, a reference to Statements I to IX already circulated vide Circular No. 21/1/60-GD dated 7.11.1964 has become necessary, though these Statements will come up for discussion subsequently.
    I.          Assets : For cur purpose the term Assets means the total value of the property, both movable and immovable possessed by a Government servant at he time of checking Assets should in no case be confused with income or emoluments or receipts. They refer only to what is actually in possession of a person at a particular time. Various categories of items mentioned in Statements Nos. I, III and V are the example of immovable and movable assets.
    II.          Period of Check : The period during which a delinquent officer is suspected to have indulged in corrupt practices and for which his accounts and conduct are subjected to a check is known as the Period of check. It is this,  Period of check during which the entire income and expenses have to be worked out and the excess of income over expenditure calculated. This difference will give the quantum of Likely Savings or Over spending which is used for measuring whether the assets in possession of the delinquent offence at the end of this period were disproportionate to his known sources of income.
             The Period of check has to be fixed after due consideration, taking care that it should not be unduly long as to make through investigations for the earlier years absolutely impossible and nor should it be too short that some crucial years are simply ignored. It has to be the optimum period during which the accumulation of assets by the delinquent officer was the maximum and during which he is suspected to have indulged in malpractices. There are a few advantages in having a reasonably short period of check. Its is easier to make through checking for a shorter period than for a longer one. It is more difficult to make investigations and to get useful evidence for earlier years than for later ones. Moreover even a moderate disproportion discovered for a shorter period will be more effective than that for a longer period because if it is spread over the entire period the net effect may turn out to be negligible.
    III.          Total Income : Total Income during the period of check may include not only the income from salary but also other receipts of various categories. The items usually constituting Total Income are illustrated in Statement No. VII.
    IV.          Total Expenditure : Under the head Total Expenditure are included all items which are clear and out-right expenses of the delinquent officer during the Period of Check. Expenses which constitute the acquisitions of assets should not at all be considered under this head. They will come in the category of Assets. Examples of items which should generally constitute the total Expenditure are detailed in Statement No. VIII.
    V.          Likely Savings
    VI.          Over Spending
    VII.          Disproportion Assets If the Total Expenditure during the Period of Check is deducted from the Total Income during the same period, the result would be the Likely Savings. On the other hand, if the Total Expenditure exceeds Total Income during the Period of Check, the excess would give a measure of the Over Spending. In the case of an honest officer, the value of Assets at the end of the Period of Check may be less than or at the most equal to the likely Savings. In any other case where the Assets exceed the Likely Savings or elsewhere there is over Spending the officer concerned will be considered to possess assets disproportionate to his known sources of income or simply disproportionate Assets.
    4.          It may not be out of place to mention here that the possibility of a good case arises only if the Assets are considerably more than the Likely Savings and are thus sufficiently disproportionate to the known sources of income. Once the disproportion is discovered the delinquent officer should particularly be asked to explain as to how he got the disproportionate or excessive assets i.e., those which cannot be explained by the Likely Savings. If he cannot account for that satisfactorily he would be liable to the charge of possession of assets disproportionate to his known sources of income. Accordingly, the provisions of clause (e) of Sub- Station (1) of Section 5 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947 will be attracted.
    5.          The accused cannot be said to have discharged the onus lying on him for rebutting the charge of possession of disproportionate assets by merely offering a plausible explanation as to how he came by the unaccounted wealth. On the other hand he has to satisfy the court by leading good evidence that his explanation was worthy of acceptance. In view of this the Investigation Officer should be well prepared and be in possession of material to counter such evidence, if and when produced by the accused.
    6.          Coming to the general investigational aspect of this matter, it is well known that no books of account giving details of income, expenditure etc., are likely to be maintained by Government servants. Therefore the success of a case of disproportionate assets will greatly depend upon the information which an Investigating Officer can procure from various other sources. And the bank accounts of a Government servant normally afford a very useful sources of information. It is, therefore, very necessary that in addition to other particulars, all the bank accounts, which an officer is suspected to have operated at any time must be collected and subjected to a very thorough and searching scrutiny. It has been found from experience that an intelligent scrutiny of the bank accounts invariable helps of in a number of ways and the chances of making a good case are sufficiently brightened. I may discuss a few instances indicating how the scrutiny of bank accounts may yield useful results :
    (i)          In a current of savings accounts, small odd amounts may be found credited. On enquiries or sometimes even from the narration given in the statements of account, it may be found that these amounts actually represent interest on Fixed Deposit or Short Term Deposit or cash Certificates etc. If the relevant accounts from which the interest in question is credited are in turn called and scrutinized, large amounts may be found credited in those accounts and that would give clue to assets, which might not have been disclosed by the accused
    (ii)          It may also be found that a cheque from another undisclosed bank account of the accused is credited in the account, which is under scrutiny. Getting details of the other bank accounts, which had so far been undisclosed, would bring to light further assets of the accused
    (iii)          Sometimes, an accused official might have opened bank account in the name of some of his dependents. Detailed scrutiny of the transactions in that account would also prove useful in discovering undisclosed assets. Sometimes, the account may be in the name of a domestic servant or a close relative. To prove that the account actually belonged to the accused and was also operated by him, it will be necessary and to get from the bank, the Bank Account Opening Form and also establish the identity of the person, who introduced the ostensible owner of the account of the bank, the specific instructions to the bank for operation of the account in question may also prove useful. In many cases, it would be found that it was the accused person, who had got that account opened in the name of the servant or the relative ;
    (iv)          The dates of cash deposits in the bank, if scrutinize minutely, would prove very useful in cases where it is alleged by the accused that the deposits were out the loans taken from some friends or relatives. If there is evidence in the personal accounts, if any, of those persons that the money for giving the loan in question had actually been withdrawn on a later date, the cash credited at an earlier date in the bank account of the accused, would clearly show that the amount deposited did not represent the loan amount and it was some other unexplained money of the accused. In order to cover up that credit, the accused might have taken a loan subsequently ;
    (v)          The accused may, sometimes, take loan from the bank for the purposes of constructing property or meeting some other big expenses. In such a case, though the source of that particular expenditure is satisfactorily proved as having come from the bank, still security on the bases of which the loan is received will throw considerable light on the assets possessed by the accused official. Scrutiny of the documents executed for obtaining the loan would bring to light some fixed deposits, shares, securities or properties on the security of which loan had been taken. These assets might not have initially come to the notice of the Investigating Officer.
    (vi)          Banks usually purchase and sell shares or securities for their constituents. These transactions are normally recorded in the constituents current accounts. A close scrutiny of such an account would indicate what shares or securities had been purchased by the accused and if they had not been sold whether they find a place in the assets disclosed by him or discovered by the I.O. Similarly, the information regarding the sale of shares or securities would help to find out if the initial source of investment in the said shares or securities is explainable or not ;
    (vii)          The scrutiny of the deposits in the bank accounts would indicate whether all the salary cheques or income from other known sources has been deposited in these accounts or not. If it is found that all the incomes are faithfully deposited in the bank account, but the withdrawals for personal and house-hold expenses from these accounts are not sufficient for maintaining the standard, which the accused official is actually observing these will be sufficient indication that the accused official had met his expenses out of the money received by him by corrupt practices ;
    (viii)          The credits in bank account in respect of dividends on shares or interest on securities would help the Investigating Office to find out what share and securities were possessed by the accused. This would help him to discover further disproportionate assets.
     (ix)          Investigation into the major items of credits or debits would help in a number of ways e.g., they would throw light on the sales or acquisitions of assets, which might not have been disclosed; receipt of money from insurance companies on maturity of policies, the payment of premia for which might not have been shown; amounts received on maturity of certain fixed deposits which might not have been disclosed earlier, etc.
    (x)          It is needles to emphasize that the quantum of normal expenses can easily be determined from an intelligent scrutiny of the bank accounts. From the above, it is clear that a close scrutiny of the bank accounts is likely to bring to light a lot of useful information, which otherwise may not at all be possible. It is true that a lot of labour is involved in the scrutiny of bank account and in collecting the information on various interesting items sorted out therefrom. This labour is very necessary and ultimately it is bound to yield very useful results.
    7.          After having discussed the general aspects, let us now come to the specific issued, which an Investigating officer has to tackle while processing a case of disproportionate assets. So far as the Total Income of a delinquent officer is concerned, it is necessary that all known sources should be discovered, and investigated, and income therefrom should be fully considered. It is likely that a delinquent officer may sometimes try to inflate his income with a view to explain a way the disproportionate assets possessed by him. The Investigating Officer has to guard against such a tendency.
    Some of the major items which are likely to figure in the statement of total income are discussed below :-
    (1) Pay and Allowances.
             
     There is generally no difficulty in ascertain the emoluments drawn by a Government servant during the Period of Check. Sometimes it has been complained that this information is not forth-coming quick enough. It is, therefore, necessary that requisitions for supply of this informations may be sent to the disbursing authorities immediately a case is taken up for investigation. Sometimes back some difficulty was experienced in obtaining information regarding pay and allowances of Gazetted Officers also from various Accountants General. Vide their letter No. 2685-Admn. 632-63 dated the 2nd November, 1963 the office of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India had asked all the Civil Accounts General also the Accountant General, Posts & Telegraphs to furnish the information to the SPE on a priority basis. Recently, their letter No. 2065-T. A.I/632-663 dated the 12th July, 1965 all the Accountants General have been asked to supply the information, with in one month of the receipt of request from the S.P.E. In view of this no difficulties may be experienced in future. The Superintendents of Police are, however, advised to address the communication to the Accountants General concerned by name, so that is not lost sight of.
    (2) Income from Immovable Property
     This can be derived in three different ways, viz.
             (i) Sale proceeds of property;
             (ii) Compensation arising on acquisition of property;
             (iii) Income by way of rent of property.
             So far as the transactions of sale of immovable property are concerned; all documents are required by law to be registered in the Registrars office. The actual sale-price of property can be easily ascertained after examining the records in the Registrars office. If necessary the personal books of accounts and records of the purchaser may also be usefully examined. Sometimes the evidence of important witnesses may be useful. Regarding the compensation for acquisition of property, it can easily be ascertained from the official records of the authority allowing such Compensation.
             The income form rent etc. can be collected by examining the tenants and sometimes also be examining the rent receipts issued from time to time and the documents executed for the lease of property. Information on some of the aspects noted above can also sometimes be obtained form the records available in a Municipal Committee.
             Information on all these aspects can also be obtained form the Income Tax assessment records of the person possessing the property in question and also sometimes of its purchase (in case of sale of property in question). These records may sometimes contain useful information regarding the explanations which the persons concerned had furnished in the course of investigations by the Income Tax Department. These explanations may sometimes be usefully utilized by us.
    (3) Income from Moveable Assets :  The income can come in a number of manners, the important ones being :-
             (i) Dividend on shares.
             (ii) Interest on Securities or Debentures;
             (iii) Interest on deposits;
             (iv) Profits or sale proceeds arising out of sale of shares, securities, debentures or other movable assets.
             So far as the income from shares, securities, deposits etc. is concerned, this can be obtained from the companies or the firms, with which the said investments stand.
             Regarding sale of movable articles the information can be obtained by examining the relevant records or by interrogating the persons having knowledge of such transactions.
             Again for this purpose the Income Tax assessment records may sometimes serve a very useful purpose. So far as the dividend on shares of interest or securities concerned, the income tax at the maximum rate is normally deducted at source before the payments are made to the owners of the relevant shares or securities. The refund of extra tax which is deducted has to be claimed by the holders by filling their individual return of income. Therefore, the relevant information regarding the possession of such assets and also the income there from can conveniently be obtained from the income tax assessment files.
    (4) Income from Bequests and Gifts.
             In quite a large number of cases the delinquent officials seek to trace sizable portion of their income to bequests and gifts, allegedly received from various relatives and friends on occasions like marriages, child births, deaths etc. The Investigating Officer has to verify whether the alleged donors were in a position to make such payments to the delinquent officer as alleged. In this connection it may also have to be seen whether the delinquent officer was singled out for such favours or whether he was similarly placed as others in the same position. If there is any documentary evidence indicating such presents that has to be critically examined. The possibility that such an evidence has been created subsequently to shield the delinquent officer is always there and such a possibility should never be left unexplored. In respect of gifts etc. if there are made on stamp paper, the security of the relevant stamp papers and the dates on which the were purchased is sometimes likely to serve very useful purpose. Supposing the stamp paper had been printed on was sold on a date after the said transaction had allegedly taken place it would immediately establish that the document was prepared subsequently with a view to shield the concerned official.
             The Income Tax assessment records of the alleged donors, in case of gifts of big amounts may sometimes confirm or disprove the alleged transaction. If the gifts of amounts bigger that the values exempted under the Gift Tax Act are made a reference to the Gift Tax records of the donors may prove whether the transactions were genuine or else they were merely a device to shield the suspect officer.
    (5) Income from Miscellaneous Sources
             
    Apart from the specific sources noted above, the delinquent officer may sometimes have income from some other sources, e.g., matured insurance policies, Income Tax refunds, reimbursement of medical charges or travelling expenses, loans or overdrafts etc. In respect of all these sources it is necessary that the Investigating Officer may collect the relevant information from all possible quarters concerned.
    8.          After having collected full information about all known sources of income of the delinquent official, the Investigating Officer should complete Statement No. VII. Income from specific sources detailed in the said Chart should be indicated against the respective heads (S. No. 1 to 13). If there is income from some other unspecified sources, that may be shown in head No. 14. Of course details of such sources must be briefly mentioned.
    9.          For ascertaining the correct income of an individual the scrutiny of income tax assessment records is always likely to prove very useful. For income tax assessment purposes the tendency of a person is always to understate the income so that he has to pay less tax. When the same persons case is being investigated for working our disproportionate assets he will try to exaggerate his income. Thus between these two extremes reasonable figures can always be ascertained provided the Income Tax records are minutely studied and at the same time the evidence produced in support of alleged sources of income is critically examined.
    10.          It may not be out of place to mention here that it is the net income from all sources which is available to a person for meeting his expenses and also for securing the assets which he possesses. In case the gross income has been taken into account, all expenses which were deducted at source or which were incurred before the income was actually received for meeting day-to-day expenses should be considered under the head Total Expenses. The policy followed should be uniform. The ultimate result in either case is not going to differ provided the calculations are made in a correct and systematic manner.
    (11)          After having discussed the Total Income we come to the Total Expenses during the Period of Check. For making an appropriate and realistic estimate of the expenditure incurred by a delinquent office due regard has to be paid to his official status, his mode of living number of dependents, the places of posting etc. With the change in any of these factors the amount of expenditure is likely to differ. It is a common knowledge that the delinquent officer will invariably try to understate his expenditure so that the quantum of likely savings is correspondingly increased. It is the duty of the Investigating Officer to bring to surface all such expenditure which has not been disclosed by an officer.
    (12)          Some of the common items of expenditure and the modes of their verification are discussed in the following paras :
    (1) Income Tax Payments
             Information regarding correct and up-to-date income tax payments can be obtained from the pay bills of the concerned offices. In case such an officer has been filing his income tax returns either on account of his having some other sources of income or for claiming motor-car or scooter rebate etc., the information of income-tax payments may best be obtained from his income tax assessment records.
    (2) Provident Fund Contributions
             
    The information regarding contributions to the Provident Fund can be obtained from the appropriate disbursing authorities. Normally these contributions are deducted before the salary is paid.
    (3) Insurance Premia
             If premia for certain types of insurance policies e.g., Postal Life Insurance etc. are deducted from the pay bills, the information in respect of the Enquiry can be obtained from the disbursing authorities. In other cases, the information regarding insurance premia can be collected from the Insurance Companies concerned after obtaining the full particulars of insurance policies etc. from the delinquent officer. Both for provident fund contributions and insurance premia the best way to get the information in case of persons who regularly file their income tax returns is to examine their income tax assessment records. So long as the total payment under both these heads is less than the limits prescribed under the Income Tax Law, an officer is bound to claim rebate of income tax on the entire amount. While doing so sometimes the Insurance Policy numbers, dates of policies and the periodical premia are also mentioned clearly in the Income Tax assessment records. All this information can be usefully employed, not only for getting Information about the total payments made under these heads but also for discovering some bank accounts of the delinquent officer by ascertaining from the insurance companies concerned whether the payments were made by cheques or by case and, if by cheques, by taking details thereof including the names of bank.
    (4) House Rent
             The information regarding house rent, in case the delinquent officer has been in occupation of Government accommodation, can be ascertained from the disbursing authorities, because the house rent is normally deducted at source from the salary before the payment is made. Where, however, the rent is paid to private owners of building enquiries have to be conducted with the land-lords. It is necessary to examine the agreement for occupying the premises and also the rent receipts. In case the payments are stated to have been made by cheques the bank accounts will also help the Investigating Officer considerably. Sometimes enquiries with contents may yield useful results.
    (5) Electricity and Water Charges.
             The information in respect of electricity and water charges can be easily obtained from the authorities which supply these services e.g., the Municipal Authorities, Electricity Supply Companies etc.
    (6) Expenditure on Education of Children
             
    The Investigating Officer has to make intelligent enquiries to find the instructions in which the children of the delinquent officer go for education. From these institutions enquiries can be made regarding the school fees or other charges paid. If the delinquent officer is entitled to reimbursement, whether wholly or partly of expenses on education of children according to the conditions of his service, the information regarding the actual expenditure incurred could be obtained from the official records. While ascertaining the expenditure on education it is equally necessary to obtain the information regarding expenditure on books, stationery, private coaching, uniforms wherever prescribed etc. Certain institutions insist on receiving their school fees by cheques. In such cases, the information regarding this expenditure can be obtained by a scrutiny of the bank accounts. Sometimes the children of a delinquent officer may be sent for study to schools a out stations, where they are required to stay in hostels. The boarding and lodging expenses at the hostels must also be taken into consideration for arriving at the reasonable estimate of expenditure on education.
    (7) Maintenance of Motor-Car or other Conveyance
             
    Where a delinquent officer owns a motor car or other modes of conveyance, the expenditure on maintenance of such conveyance has to be estimated by having regard to the make, horse power, the year of manufacture etc. If he possesses more than one conveyance, the information regarding all of them must be obtained. The expenditure on petrol, servicing could be obtained from the service stations where the official ordinarily goes for such services. The information regarding road tax, repairs insurance etc. can be obtained from the authorities or persons, to which payments were made.
             For some time past, however, the Income Tax Department has been allowing some rebate for the use of his own car for official purposes by a salaried employee. For claiming this rebate he has to furnish full details under various head of expenditure incurred on the maintenance and also the wear and tear of the conveyance. This information can very usefully be utilized for ascertaining the expenditure on motor car or other conveyance.
    While claiming rebate for expenditure on own conveyance a delinquent officer may sometimes try to exaggerate the quantum of expenses. On the other hand, when the case is being processed for disproportionate assets, his tendency may be to understate this expenditure. Therefore, the comparative scrutiny of both these versions, i.e. one made before the Income Tax authorities and the other before the Investigating Officer, will certainly prove to be useful.
    (8) Expenses on Marriage etc.
             
    Expenditure on marriages of the dependents or on other religious or social ceremonies can be approximately calculated from the circumstantial evidence e.g., the official position of the delinquent officer, his social status, his family background, his personal habits, the status of the other party concerned (in the case of marriage the time and place where the function took place etc.)
             Sometimes certain amounts of money are continuously deposited in the account of a daughter for her marriage purpose and at the time of marriage the entire amount is withdrawn. In such a case, unless, proved to the contrary, the entire, amount may reasonably be taken as the expenditure incurred on the marriage.
             In case a delinquent officer gives some dowry in the form of fixed or other deposits, shares, securities etc. in the marriage of his daughter, the income tax assessment records of his daughter or the son-in-law are likely to throw some useful light on the expenditure. Again if the son-in-law happens to be in Government service and he declares the receipts of such amounts under the Conduct Rules applicable to him the information available in his declarations may be usefully utilized.
    (9) Pleasure Trips :
             The expenditure on pleasure trips is likely to form a sizable portion if a person has been regularly undertaking such a trips for long durations. So far as the expenditure on actual fare is concerned it can be estimated at the prevailing rates after ascertaining the mote and class of transport actually made use of. The duration of the trip and the places visited would also help to form a reasonable estimate of the expenses. The information regarding the hotel bills may serve a useful purpose. In case of journeys abroad, the entries in his passport would indicate the places actually visited by him. This information may be suitably made use of.
    (10) Club and Entertainment Expenses :
             It is necessary to obtain information regarding the clubs or the other institutions of which a delinquent officer is a member. Information regarding membership fees paid and also other expenses incurred may not be difficult to ascertain.
    (11) Medical and Travelling Expenses :

             Where the medical expenses or travelling expenses are reimbursable, the amount of actual expenditure is likely to be more or less equal to the amount of reimbursement. Out of travelling expenses small fractions of savings may be expected, but so far as reimbursement of medical expenses in concerned the precondition for such reimbursement is that the entire amount of expenditure shown must have been actually incurred. Therefore, there is absolutely no question of any saving out of these expenses. In case the official a bank account of a carefully scrutiny of the said account will help the Investigating Officer to as certain the nature and amount of the actual expenditure under these heads.
    (12) License Fees :
             
    Payment for the renewal of licences for various items like radio set, driving motor vehicle, fire arms etc. may be ascertained from the concerned licensing authorities. Sometimes the information regarding various licence fees paid by an official may also help to ascertain the assets which the possesses and for which no information has already come to the notice of the Investigation Officer.
    (13) Losses Sustained in Disposal of Assets :
             
    If the delinquent officer claims loss in certain transactions of sale of movable or immovable properties, it has to be verified. Such a loss will constitute a part of the total expenditure of the office.
    (14) House hold Expenses :
             Whereas all the expenses enumerated above and certain others of specific nature not mentioned can be ascertained more or less precisely, the estimate of house hold expenses poses a very difficult problem Normally, the household expenses include expenses on kitchen, clothes, servants, washing, smoke, drinks etc.
             These expenses are likely to differ from individual to individual depending on his habits, personal tastes, values in life, family background, etc. Even in the case of same person, there is likelihood of variation in these expenses from time to time depending on the following status :-
             (a) Number of dependents ;
             (b) Ages of dependents ;
             (c) Number of domestic servants ;
             (d) Number of guests, received and the frequency thereof ;
              (e) Place of posting etc.
              Thus, no strict yardstick can ever be applied for arriving at an estimate of household expenses. No doubt the expenditure under this head constitutes a major portion of the Total Expenses yet the Investigating Officers are advised not to lose their balance while estimating household expenses, which have to be worked out on a very sound basis, if the case has to succeed. The Investigating Officers have often been found stumbling on the question of estimate of household expenses. Any error made here is likely to considerably weaken our case. Normally, the delinquent officer may be given a chance to give his own estimate of the household expenses for the period of Check. This estimate may be taken in a detail fashion and if possible on year-wise basis. Thereafter this may be subjected to a strict Scrutiny with the help of clues detected in the course of investigation. Wherever an under statement is detected and the same can be substantiated by documentary evidence, the necessary adjustments may be made. An estimate finally arrived on this basis will stand on sound footings. This will certainly be accepted by the Court or the Enquiry Officer, as the case may be.
    12.          Another method, through slightly cruder in form of estimating household expenses in the case of bank minded persons is to analyse the bank drawals from all the banks from month to month. After taking out specific items for purchase of assets or other specific or unusual expenses the remaining withdrawal may be found to be more or less uniform and they would represent roughly the day to day household expenses. A combination of this method and the one mentioned earlier is likely to give ideal results.
             In case an official has spent a part of the Period of Check in a foreign country an estimate of household expenses has to be made having regard to the conditions prevailing in country visited and also the amount of emoluments actually received abroad.
    While making an estimate of household expenses sometimes the expenditure on minor assets like crockery, cutlery, clothing etc. is including in day to day expenses. There is nothing wrong in that. But care should be taken that such items, if already included in expenses, are not once against included in Assets. Otherwise very fantastic results are likely to be arrived at.
    13.          After details to Total Expenses under various heads have been worked out, they may be incorporated in Statement No. VIII. Expenses falling under particular heads indicated in this chart may be shown under the appropriate items from Sr. No. 1 to 14. The remaining types of expenses may be shown against Sr. No. 15 after giving brief details.
    14.          The value of all immovable and Movable Assets of a delinquent official has to be considered at the end of period of Check. Various categories of items to be considered are detailed in Statements No. I, III and V. These assets are not exhaustive. Apart from those mentioned in these Statements, if any other assets are possessed by a delinquent officer they will have to be specifically included therein. In the course of investigations the Investigating Officer has to remember that it is not necessary that all the assets acquired or possessed by a Government official must stand in his own name. It is likely that some assets might have been acquired in the names of dependents or other persons. It is equally likely that certain other assets, after having been acquired in his own name, might have been transferred in the names of the dependents or other persons. Documentary evidence regarding such benami purchases or transfers must be collected and made full use of.
    15.          The information regarding assets possessed by a delinquent officer is likely to be collected in any one or more of the following manners.
    (1) Sub rule (4) of Rule 18 of the Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules, 1964 authorizes the Government to required a Government servant to furnish a full and complete statement of such movable or immovable property as may be specified held or acquired by him or on his behalf or by any member of his family the details of the means by which or the source from which such acquisitions had been made may also be required to be indicated. Such a statement has to be time limit specified in the said order. By making use of this rule the Investigating Officer may get delinquent officer to furnish a complete statement of his assets.
    (2)          Sub rule (1) of the Rule 18 of the same rules requires every Government servant on his first appointment to any service or post and the rafter at such intervals as may be specified to submit a return of his assets and liabilities in the prescribed form. These statements may also be utilised for getting information regarding various assets possessed by an official.
    (3)          In case the premises of a delinquent official are searched the information regarding assets actually possessed by him at the time of such search may be obtained. This is an extreme step which should be resorted to only when the Superintendent of Police, have fully satisfied themselves that the delinquent officer had in fact suppressed vital information about his assets and but for a search such information could not be obtained. Search Warrants should be obtained and executed in accordance with the due process of law. If more than one premises are to be searched actin should be taken simultaneously by the Enquiry Officer.
    (4)          Yet there is another method of obtaining information regarding assets possessed by an official, and that is by an intelligent scrutiny of the accounts of documents which have come into possession of the Investigating Officer. Some instances as to how the scrutiny of accounts can be helpful for discovering assets are detailed below :-
             (i) The dividend warrants or vouchers of interest on securities filed by the delinquent officer in the Income Tax Office for claiming refund of income tax deducted at source will clearly indicate the number of shares or debentures possessed by him. With this information, the companies or other issuing authorities concerned can be requested to give complete holdings of not only the delinquent official but also of his dependents. The date of allotment of the shares and also the particulars of receipts of money from the official or his dependents may also be obtained. This process will considerably help in obtaining definite information above assets possessed by the delinquent officer and/or his dependents,
             (ii) Interest on deposits etc. may declared by the accused in his return of income filed in the Income Tex Department may be checked. From this information it will be possible to find out that he had deposited his funds. By reference to these institutions complete statements of accounts of the accused and/or his dependents can be obtained. These statements of accounts, if scrutinized closely, will bring to light very valuable information in addition to indicating the balance due to the accused and/or his dependents at the time of check.
              (iii) Whenever statements of accounts are received, major transactions in those accounts should be closely followed up. They will show at what other places the accused official is likely to have his accounts or dealings;
             (iv) If huge, withdrawals are made by the accused from his bank accounts or from his accounts with other institutions, the utilization of those withdrawals should be very critically scrutinized. In most of the cases, they may be found to have been utilised for making secret investments; (v) Balances in Post Offices Savings Bank Accounts or investments in National Savings Certificates may be even be discovered from the Income Tax records, because interest on these items is specially exempted under the Income Tax Law. Still, it has been noticed that in some cases some persons mention the amount of interest and claim exemption in respect of that.
             (vi) Sometimes a close scrutiny of expenses, which may come to notice either from the bank accounts or from the accounts seized from the delinquent officer, may indicate that the expenditure was incurred for an asset, which had not been disclosed. For example, license fees for radios, radiograms, fire arms etc., repair charges of refrigerators, air conditioners etc., repairs of property, municipal taxes of buildings etc., Though the expenses may appear to be very negligible and not worth pursuing but the purpose for which they are incurred may bring to light big items of assets
    16.          It may be understood that the declarations filed by the delinquent officers have not to be taken at their face value. The Investigating Officers has to make sure that information about all assets has been collected and the possibility of any item (big or small) having been omitted has been completely rules out. For this purpose more than one of the methods indicated in the preceding para may be made use of.
    17.          While working out disproportionate assets an important point which has to be kept in view is that so far as possible the actual cost of the assets to an individual should be taken into account. If the present marked price is attempted to be taken the results arrived would be fantastic. To give an example I may say that an official might have purchased a plot or land for a sum of Rs. 5,000/- somewhere in 1935. The present market value of the same plot might have risen to Rs. 50,000/-. The substitution of market value of the plot in out workings of a case of disproportionate assets will mean inflation of the value of assets by a sum of Rs. 45,000/-. It simply represents the appreciation in the value of the assets and we are primarily concerned with the expenditure which a delinquent officer has actually incurred for acquiring the assets and not some fancy amounts which he would have spent under certain conditions.
    18.          While preparing statement of Assets the Investigating Officer should make sure that an item which has already been considered by him in the Total expenses should not one again be included in the Assets. Otherwise the results obtained by the Enquiry Officer will be erroneous. An item of expenditure can come either in the category of Total expenses or in Assets but never in both.
    19.          In their zealousness to make a case, sometimes the Investigating Officers are found to work on the presumption that a delinquent official at the beginning of the Period of Check had no assets whatsoever. They attempt to work out Total Income Total Expenses during the period of check and the Assets at the end of this period. Ignoring the possibility of Assets possessed by the delinquent officer at the beginning of the Period of Check they immediately jump to the conclusion that a case of Disproportionate Assets is made out. In the subsequent proceedings, however, when it is proved that assets of substantial value were possessed at the beginning of the period, the case weakens considerably. Therefore, it is necessary that, every effort should be made to ascertain the value of Assets which were actually in possession of the delinquent official at the beginning of the Period of Check The value of these Assets should be deducted from the value of those at the end of this period. It is this net figure i.e. excess of value of Assets at the end of the Period of Check, over that at the beginning the Enquiry, which should be compared with the Likely Savings.
    20.          After having collected the information about the Total Income and Total Expenses during the Period of Check and also the value of Assets first at the beginning of this period and again at the end of the said period, the Statement No. IX, must be completed. The final result displayed by this statement will indicate whether or not the assets possessed by the delinquent officer are disproportionate to his known sources of income.
    21.          The following extract- from the Circular, Order No.22 dated 7- 6-1956 of the Inspector General of Police, Special Police Establishment is relevant in this connection.
             The crux of the case will depend upon this comparison between Assets and likely Savings. While making this comparison it should not be overlooked that there is a scope for argument on certain items of expenditure e.g., expenses on marriage and religious ceremonies and on food, clothing, servants etc. On all such arguable items the benefit must be given to the Government servant concerned unless clear and definite proof is available against him. In view of the difficulty in calculating income and expenditure absolutely accurately the case will not be good if the Assets are equal to or even a little more than the Likely Savings. The possibility of a good case arises only if the Assets are considerably more than the Likely Savings and are thus obviously disproportionate. In such cases there will be need for further and more detailed scrutiny and check. At this stage, the Government servant concerned should be particularly asked to explain as to how he got the disproportionate, or Excessive assets i.e., those which cannot be explained by the Likely Savings. If he cannot give a satisfactory explanation he would obviously be liable for a charge of possessing Assets disproportionate to his known source of income.
             The contents of this extract are very important and must never be lost sight of by the Investigating Officer.
    22.          The statement Nos. I to IX must invariably be used in every case of disproportionate assets. When open enquiries are being conducted Statement Nos. I to VI should be given to the suspect officer for being filled in. In case of secret enquiries the Investigating Officer has to collect information himself on the lines of Statement Nos. I to VI to the extent he possibly can under the limitations of a secret enquiry. Statement Nos. VII & VIII are to be prepared by the Investigating Officer himself. Statement No. IX should be prepared only after all the remaining Statement have been fully prepared and verified. The purpose of Statement Nos. II, IV and VI is mainly to help the Investigating Officer in verification. It must be repeated that Statement to be prepared by the suspect officer should not be taken for granted. The Investigating Officer must satisfy himself regarding the correctness the Enquiry. In case some additional assets which have not been disclosed are discovered, a specific list therEnquiry Officerf must be prepared on the lines of the existing statement. This additional information must also be incorporated in Statement No. IX.
    23.          The Final Reports on cases relating to disproportionate assets should be sufficiently detailed and they must always be accompanied by copies of Statement No. I to IX. This will enable the officers in the Headquarters to exercise proper check and supervision over these cases. If necessary they may be able to issue suitable instruction to Branches for further improving the cases.
    24.          While investigating cases of disproportionate assets the Investigating Officer should also find out whether under the Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rule in force current or applicable during the material time any contravention had been made by the official concerned. Specific cases of misconduct should be brought out in the course of enquiries.
    25.          Cases of disproportionate assets generally consume a lot of time and labour, which should neither be grudged nor spared. Quick and successful results can, however, be achieved only if the enquiries are conducted, speedily and methodically. Otherwise there is a risk of valuable evidence being destroyed or tempered with. Various steps indicated in the foregoing paras should be taken simultaneously by the Enquiry Officer. If evidence has to be collected at place beyond the local limits of the Investigating Officers jurisdiction, the Branches concerned should be requested at the very outset to conduct part enquiries, for which the detailed terms of reference should be furnished to them. In exceptional cases where the Superintendent of Police feels that the Investigating Officer should himself conduct all the enquiries they may be done after obtaining his DIGs order in accordance with the standing instructions on the subject. It may not be out of place to mention that the working for disproportionate assets is equally a matter relating to accounts and specialised assistance on this subject from the Technical Division (Accounts) should, therefore, be freely sought. This will definitely improve the quality of work. Lastly it must be admitted that the success of a case will largely depend upon the alertness and observation, integrity and industry, imagination and intuition, perseverance and tenacity displayed by an Investigating Officer.

    Other Instructions as per Index                                                                                                                                             Go to Top

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    Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery                                                                                                                        Go to Top

    No. 4/22/78-Vig (I)
    From
                                    Shri L.D. Kataria, I.A.S.,
                                    The Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana,
                                     Vigilance Department.
    To
                       (1) All Heads of Departments.
                      (2) The Commissioners of Ambala and Hisar Divisions, All Deputy Commissioners in Haryana and Sub-Divisional Officers (Civil) in Haryana.
                      (3) Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court and all the District and Session Judges, in Haryana.
                      Dated Chandigarh, the 14th February, 1980
    Subject :- Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery.
             Sir, I am directed to invite your attention to the Haryana Government letter No. 2682-V(I)-67/10801, dated the 17th June, 1967 in which the organisation of the Vigilance Machinery in the State was defined.
    2.          The matter has been under consideration of the Government for some time past and it has been decided to redemarcate the jurisdiction and functions etc., of this machinery as per Annexure enclosed. Further it has also been decided that henceforth :-
                      (i) When the Vigilance Department starts investigation or initiates an enquiry against a Government Employee on the basis of complaint received by it direct, it will inform the Secretary of the Department concerned of this fact.
                      (ii) The Vigilance Department will forward its report in respect of every complaint, whether received direct or through the department concerned, whether received direct or through the department concerned, to the said department indicating therein the proposed action to be taken to enable the department to proceed further in the matter according to the rules but it will be within the discretion of the Appointing Authority to take final decision as to the nature of the Departmental enquiry to be conducted against the delinquent. Final decision taken by the department shall be intimated to the Vigilance Department.
                       (iii) As a result of investigation, if it is found that criminal misconduct is involved in the case, the Vigilance Department may institute criminal proceedings at its own level. Instrucitons dated 17th June, 1967 may be considered to have been modified to this extent.
                                                                                                                                                  Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                       M. ISA DASS
                                                                                                                                           Joint Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                      for Commissioner & Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                                                                                                                            Vigilance Department.
    No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (I) dated, Chandigarh, the 14th Feb. 1980.
    A copy with a copy of its ensclosures is forwarded to :-
                      (1) Financial Commissioner, Revenue and Financial Commissioner and Addl. Chief Secretary to Government, Haryana.
                      (2) All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana, for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                             M. ISA DASS
                                                                                                                                                             Joint Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                  for Commissioner & Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                    Vigilance Department.
    A copy with a copy of its enclosures is forwarded to Secretaries/Private Secretaries to the Chief Minister/Ministers/Deputy Ministers/Chief Parliamentary Ministers/Ministers of State/Deputy Ministers/Chief Parliamentary Secretary and Parliamentary Secretary.
                                                                                                                                                                 M. ISA DASS
                                                                                                                                                             Joint Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                  for Commissioner & Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                    Vigilance Department.
    To
      The Secretaries/Private Secretaries to the Chief Minister/ Ministers/Ministers of State/Deputy Ministers/Chief Parliamentary Secretary and Parliamentary Secretary.
    U.O. No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (I) dated, Chandigarh, the 14th Feb. 1980.

    Annexure                                                                                                                                                                                    Go to Top

                                                                                ANNEXURE
    The Vigilance and anti-corruption work will be carried out in the Vigilance Department in accordance with the following instructions :- Jurisdiction
    The Vigilance Department shall have the Jurisdiction to -
                      (i) lay down overall Policy in matters relating to vigilance and anti- corruption work.
                      (ii) investigate and inquire into the complaints and information setting forth allegations of corruption against any Government servant or public servant when received in the Vigilance Department. It may either entrust such complaints to the State Vigilance Bureau ; for investigation or may require the Department concerned to inquire and take further necessary action;
                      (iii) take cognizance of action and investigate complaints of corruption and the like against employees of non-departmental public sector undertakings;
                      (iv) the responsibility for inquiry in complaints against non-gazetted Government servants shall primarily be of the Heads of Departments/punshing authorities but if in any case both gazetted and non-gazetted Government servants are involved the same may be inquired into by the Vigilance Department through its own agency. This, however, will not debar the Vigilance Department from undertaking investigation inquiry into such complaints against non-gazetted staff;
                      (v) undertake any inquiry/investigation into any transaction in which a Government servant/public servant or non-official is suspected of having acted in a corrupt or negligent manner causing loss to Government revenue or misuse of public funds;
                      (vi) inquiry into any other complaints relating to public servants which in the circumstances of a case, it may deem it ;
                      (vii) recommend black-listing of any firm having dealings with the Government which may come to its adverse notice during the course of any inquiry/investigation;
    Note :- The ministers, Ministers of State, Deputy Ministers, the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha shall not be within the purview of the Vigilane Department.
    II Functions
    (a) The functions of the Vigilance Department will generally be -
                      (i) to collect data regarding the source and extent of corruption in various departments and to suggest remedial measures
                            to eradicate it ;
                      (ii) to bring about general liaison and coordination over the vigilance and anti-corruption work in various departments
                             and undertakings ;
                      (iii) to prescribe and call for returns, statements and reports from the various departments of the State Government/Undertakings ;
                      (iv) to prosecute the delinquents under the relevant law and for this purpose may require the State Vigilance Bureau to
                               register a regular case and to investigate it ;
                      (v) to get all complaints of corruption investigated through the State Vigilance Bureau or any other departmental agency ;
                      (vi) to suggest changes in the rules and procedure as applicable to various departments of the State Government with a view
                               to plugging sources of corruption;
                      (vii) to pursue where necessary such enquiry/investigation report which may be sent to the department concerned for taking
                               final action;
                      (viii) to reward suitably the persons giving information about the leakage of Government revenue and loss of public funds caused
                               due to the negligence or corruption on the part of the public servant ;
                      (ix) to issue clearance certificate towards pension to the gazetted officers retiring from Government service ;
                      (x) to impress upon the department concerned the need for the expenditious disposal of pending cases in which Government
                             servants are under suspension and to call for reports/returns in this repsect from them;
                      (b) The Vigilance Department shall also perform such other functions in the interest of Vigilance work as may be necessary.
                      (c) The Vigilance Department shall take steps to prosecute persons filing false and frivolouse complaints of corruption.
                      (d) The Vigilance Departent shall push forth the Vigilance work but shall also ensure that the morale and discipline in public
                               servants is not impaired.
    III. Procedure in the Vigilance Department

    (a)          The complaints and information received in the Vigilance Department shall be thoroughly scrutinized and examined. Anonymous/psyeudonymous complaints shall normally be rejusted and destroyed. The complaints shall be required normally to furnish affidavits in support of their allegations of corruption. However, Vigilance Department shall have no over- riding discretion to initiate investigation/inquiry into the anonymous/psyeudonymous and such complaints where specific and verifiable data may be found to be available.
    (b)                   In the case of Government servants, the Vigilance Department may before entrusting the investigation to the State Vigilance Bureau, call for broad. practical executive assessment from the department concerned within a specified period, or any require the department concerned to hold preliminary inquriy and indicate the results thereof. Thereafter it will decide whether further probe by the Vigilance Department would be necessary. When the Vigilance Department initiats an inquiry against a Government employee on the basis of a complaint, the Administrative Department concerned shall be informed of this fact. (c) The State Vigilance Bureau after investigations, shall submit the reports to the Vigialnce Department.
    (d)                   On receipt of an investigation report, it shall be scrutinized by the Vigilance Department and forwarded to the Administrative Department for further action in accordance with the decision taken by the Vigilance Department.
    (e)                   In departmental inquiries against Grade A & B Officers under rule 7 of the Punjab Civil Services (Punishment & Appeal) Rules or any other rules applicable concerned shall normally appoint the Inquiry Officer of the Vigilance Department as such under intimation to the Vigilance Department.
    (f)                   The Inquiry Officer shall submit his inquiry report to the Administrative Department by whom the inquiry was entrusted to him.
    (g)                   In the cases where inquiries have been undertaken at the instance of a Minister the same, when completed, shall be submitted to the Minster Incharge (Vigilance Department) who may informally consult the Minister concerned before passing final orders.

    IV Maintencance of Secrecy

             Strict secrecy shall be maintained at all levels with regard to the cases which are processed in the Vigialnce Department. No leakage should take place while investigation is in progress. This is essential in order to avoid unnecessary harassment of those who may ultimately be proved innocent and to maintain morale and discipline. The old concention under which the papers of the Vigilance Department could not be requisitioned by other Departments shall continue to be enforced strictly.

     V. Departmental Vigilance Officers

             Anti-corruption work is the premier responsibility of Heads of Departments/Officers and should form an integral part of their day to day duties. To achieve this, every Directorate, Department shall nominate a Chief Vigialance Officer for the entire department who will have under him an appropriate number of Vigilance Officers, wherever necessary. Normally, wherever administrative officers are in position, they will be made the Chief Vigilance Officers. In other cases, number two in the departmental heirachy may be given this position. The officers so nominated, should be of a high caliber with irrefutable reputation for integrity. The Vigilance work will be an important additional assisgnment for them and they shall discharge their functions under the general supervision of heads of departments. Their appointment shall, however, be subject to approval of the Government in the Vigilance Department. Their functions will be as follows :-
             (a) To examine all aspects of the work with a view to locating the points where opportunity for corruption is likely to arise ; for organizing regular and surprise inspectons and devising other ways and means for minimizing the scope of corruption.
             (b) To initiate prompt action and pursue it with vigour and speed when there appears to be reasonable grounds for suspicion of corruption and malpractices against individual officers.
             (c) To examine and review departmental rules and procedures and suggest measures to improve and tighten them so as to plug the loop holes for corruption.
             (d) To ensure that all complaints relating to corruption are looked into promptly.
             (e) To eusure complinance with the Code of Conduct prescirbed for its officers.
             (f) To initiate administrative action, as under, in case where material is considered to be sufficient to lead to a moral conviction about lack of integrity in a particular Government servant :-
             (i) Transfer to a post of lesser responsibility.
             (ii) Reversion to a substantive ranks.
             (iii) Compulsory retirement.
             (iv) Termination of service in case of purely temporary hands.
             (v) Proper scrutiny of property statements.
             (g) To ensure cooperation with the vigilance department or with
    any other agency dealing with corruption cases, specially in regard to :-
             (i) Making relevant records available without any avoidable delay.
             (ii) Giving techinical assistance wherever necessary.
             (iii) Making available departmental witnesses required during investigation and departmental proceeedings.
             (iv) Service of documents e.g. charge-sheets, statements of allegations or show cause notices, etc.
             (h) To ensure that departmental inquiry and disciplinary proceedings are completed expeditiously.
             (i) To expeditiously finalise cases of suspended Government servants.
    (ii) To ensure that punishment are awarded adequately. Government may constitute investigation staff to assist the Chief Vigilance Officers in selected departments.
    VI          Supervision over Departmental Vigilance Officers The control over the working and conduct of the Vigilance Officers shall be exclusively of the Secretary to Government or of the Head of the Department concerned but the Secretary to Government in the Vigilance Department shall be competent to record his assessment on the work of any vigilance officer and forward the same to the controlling authority concerned in cases when in his opinion the good work done by the officer or not done should be brought to the notice of Government.
    VII.          State Vigilance Bureau
                      (a) The Director, State Vigilance Bureau and his subordinate staff including District Attorney, shall be under the administrative control of the Vigilance Department.
                      (b) Techinical Adviser-Government may appoint technical advisers e.g. and Executive Engineer and one Deputy Excise and Taxation Commissioner, to give technical assistance to the State Vigilance Bureau investigating into complaints relating to technical departments. They shall be under the administrative control of the Vigilance Department.
                                                                                                                                                        L.D. KATARIA
    Dated, Chandigarh                                                                                                 Commissioner & Secretary to Govt., Haryana,                                                   The 14th Feb., 1980                                                                                             Vigilance Department.

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    Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery                                                                                                                         Go to Top

    No. 4/22/78-Vig (1)
    From
                                    The Chief Secretary to Govt.,
                                    Haryana, Vigilance Department.
    To
                               (1) All Heads of Departments.
                               (2) The Commissioners of Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram Divisions, All Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                               (3) All Heads of Boards and Corporations.
                               Dated Chandigarh, the 19th April, 1990.
    Subject :-   Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery.
     Sir,
                                I am directed to refer to Haryana Govt. letter No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (I), dated the 14the Feb., 1980, on the subject noted above and to say that it has been observed that departments do not attach adequate importance to vigilance enquiries or serious complaints forwarded to them with the recommendation of the Vigilane Departmen. Moreover, final decision taken by the Department is seldom in intimate to the Vigilance Department, with the result that Vigilance Department is not aware of the action taken by the Department against the delinquents. Government consider it necessary that Vigilance Department should monitor more effectively and regularly anti- corruption work carried out by the Government.
    2.          To ensure, therefore, that appropriate action is taken promptly by the competent authority on vigilance enquiries or serious complaints which are forwarded to them by the Vigilance Department, it has been decided by the Government that, as a matter of follow up, all Administrative Departments should furnish monthly reports in respect of Departments under their control to Vigilance Department on the enclosed proforma. The first such report on the enclosed proforma, should reach the Government by 15.05.1990 and subsequently by the 15th of every month positively.
    3.          Kindly acknowledge receipt.
                                                                                                                                           Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                         Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                          for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                  Vigialnce Department.
    Endst. No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (I)                                     Dated, Chandigarh, the 19th April, 1990
    A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, Chandigarh.
                                                                                                                                                                  Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                   Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                          for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                  Vigialnce Department.
    A copy each is forwarded for information and necessary action to :-
                               (1) All Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
                               (2) All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
                                                                                                                                                               Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                   Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                          for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                  Vigialnce Department.
    All Financial Commissioners, Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
    All Administrative Secretaries to Govt., Haryana.
    U.O. No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1)                                                                                  Dated Chandigarh, 19th April, 1990

    Appointments and functions of the Departmental Chief Vigilance Officers/ Vigilance Officers.                            Go to Top

    Most immediate Date Bound
    No. 4/1/92-5V(1)
    From
                            The Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                             Vigilance Department.
    To           
                             (1) All Heads of Departments.
                             (2) The Commissions of Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram Divisions, All Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                            (3) All Heads of Boards and Corporations.
                           Dated Chandigarh, 3 rd May, 2001.
                            Subject:- Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery- Appointments and functions of the Departmental Chief
                                                  Vigilance Officers/ Vigilance Officers.
    Sir,
                            I am directed to refer to the instructions contained in the Vigilance Department letter No. 4/22/78-1v(1). dated the 14th Feburary,1980 and the letters of even No. dated 22nd August,1986 and 15th March,1990 , on the subject mentioned above which inter-alia lays down the criteria for the appointment of Departmental Chief Vigilance Officers / Vigilance Officers. In the letter dated 15-3-1990, it was envisaged that all the Departments/ Boards/ Corporations may send a panel of three names of suitable officers to this department for making selection of the Chief Vigilance Officers / Vigilance Officers. The matter was reexamined in the Vigilance Department and vide circular letter No. 4/1/92-1v(I), dated the 13 the January, 1992, it was decided that nominations of Chief Vigilance Officers / Vigilance Officers of the Departments/ Boards/ Corporations will be made in future by the Administrative Secretary of the department concerned and there is no need to send a panel of names to the Vigilance department for this purpose. You were also requested to send the names of the Chief Vigilance Officers / Vigilance Officers so nominated to the Vigilance department.But the information regarding nomination of the names of the Chief Vigilance Officers / Vigilance Officers was recieved from a few Departments/ Boards/ Corporations at that time. Most of the officers from amongst them have since retired/transferred. But thereafter , the information regarding the names of Chief Vigilance Officers / Vigilance Officers nominated from time to time is not being sent to the Vigilance department. I am therfore , desired to request you kindly to send the names of the Chief Vigilance Officers / Vigilance Officers of your Department so nominated, to the Vigilance Department within two days positively.
                                                                                                                                                                             Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                        for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                         Vigilance Department.
    Endst. No. 4/1/92-5v (1)                                                                 Dated 3rd May ,2001
    A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana,Chandigarh.
                                                                                                                                                                               Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                        for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                         Vigilance Department. 
    A copy is forwarded for necessary action to:-
                      (1) All the financial commissioners/ commissioners and Secretaries of Government Haryana.
                      (2) All the Administrative Secretaries to Government Haryana.
                   2. They are requested to direct all the Departments under their control to send the requisite information to this Department within two day positively.
                                                                                                                                                                               Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                        for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                         Vigilance Department. 
    To
                       (1) All the financial commissioners/ commissioners and Secretaries of Government Haryana.
                       (2) All the Administrative Secretaries to Government Haryana.
                      U.O. No. 4/1/92-5v (I) Dated 3 rd May 2001,

    Requisition of services of officers of specialised nature for Vigilance enquiries.                                                       Go to Top

    No. 4/4/03-1 Vig (1)
    From
                           The Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                           Vigilance Department.
    To
                          1 All Heads of Departments.
                          2 The Commissions of Ambala,Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram Divisons, Deputy Commisioners and S.D.O (Civil) in the state.
                          Dated Chandigarh, the 19th June, 2003.
    Subject:- Requisition of services of officers of specialised nature for Vigilance enquiries.
    Sir,
                         I am directed to invite your attention to the State Government instructions issued vide circular letter No. 4/2/87-1 Vig. (1), dated February 1,1990 on the above noted subject and to say that Chief Minister's Flying Squad is entrusted with the investigations of complaints relating to corruption and technical matters. For proper investigation of such cases, sometimes services of specialized nature become unavoidable. As per decision of the State Government, Services of officers who have expertise and knowledge in technical matters should br made available to the Chief Minister's Flying Squad, whenever needed, for specific purposes and for specified periods of time. The association of such officers with the conduct of inquiry will go a long way in speedy disposal of investigation of complaints entrusted to Chief Minister's Flying Squad. Therefore, I am to request you that whenever services of the said officers are required, the same may please be made available to them.
    These instructions may please be brought to the notice of all concerned officers under your control for compliance.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Your's faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                                                        (Y.K.Sharma)
                                                                                                                                                                           Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                                              for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                                                 Vigilance Department.
    A copy each is forwarded to all the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries and Administrative Secretaries to Government Haryana, for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                                          Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                                              for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                                                 Vigilance Department.
    To
                           All the Financial Commissioners and Principal Secretaries and Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana,
    U.O. No. 4/4/03-1 vig (I)                                                                   Dated Chandigarh 19th June, 2003
    No. 4/4/03-1 Vig (1)                                                                             Dated chandigarh, 19th June, 2003
    A copy each is forwarded to:-
    All Chairman / Chief Administrator/ Managing Directors of Corporations/Boards in the State for similar action in the matter.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                                          Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                                              for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                                                 Vigilance Department.
    No. 4/4/03 Vig (1)                                                                                Dated Chandigarh, the 19th June, 2003.
    A copy each is forwarded to the Additional Director General of Police, Chief Minister's Flying Squad (Haryana), Chandigarh, with reference to his memo No. 751/PA/ADGP dated 27-5-03 for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                                          Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                                                              for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                                                 Vigilance Department.

    Supply of copies of documents to the delinquest officials in departmental enquiries                                              Go to Top

    Copy of Memo No. 6747-V(I)-61/2056, dated the 9th February, 1962, from Shri Hardev Singh Chhina, IAS, Secretary to Government, Punjab Vigilance Department to the Deputy Inspector General of Police C.I.D. (Vigilance) Punjab,Chandigarh.
    Subject:- Supply of copies of documents to the delinquest officials in departmental enquiries.
    Reference your memo No. 14130-Vig/61(A) 60 dated the 15th November, 1960 on the subject noted above.
    2.          In continuation of punjab Government Memo No.8273 V (1) 61/13583, dated the 17th Novembeer ,1961, it is stated that the right of access to official records to which a Government servants is entitled is not unlimited and it is open to the Government to deny any such access if in its opinion such record are not relevant to the case, or it is not desirable in the public interest to allow such access. The power to refuse access to official record should however be very sparingly exercised. The question of relevancy should be looked at from the point of view of the defence and if there is any possible limit of defence to which the document may, in some way be relevant, though the relevancy is not clear to the displinary authority at the time when the request is made, the request for access should not be rejected. The power to deny access on the ground of public interest should be exercised only when there are reasonable and sufficient grounds to believe that the public interest will clearly suffer. Cases of the latter type are likely to be very few and normally occasion for refusal of access on the ground that is not in public interest, should not arise if the document is intended to be used in proof of the charge and if it is proposed to produce document before the Inquiry Officer, if any enquiry comes to be held. In any case where it is decided to refuse access. reasons for the refusal should be cogent and substantial and should invariable be recorded in writing.
    3.          Government servants involved in departmental enquiries often ask for access to and /or supply of copies of:-
                              a) Documents to which reference has been made in the statement of allegations;
                              b) Documents and records not so far reffered to in the statement of allegations but which the Government servant concerned considers are relevant for purpose of his defence;
                              c) Statement of willingness recorded on the course of;
                                                   (a) a preliminary enquiry conducted by the departments.
                                                                           or
                                                   (b) investigation made by the police.
                             d) reports submitted to Government or other competent authority including the displinary authority, by an officer appointed to hold preliminary inquiry to as certain facts:-
                           e) reports submitted to Government or other authority including the displinary authority by the police and investigation.
    4.          While there is no doubt that the Government servant should be given access to various officials records like documents to which reference has been made in the statement of allegations and documents and records which the Government servant concerned considers are relevants for the purpose of his defence though the relevancy is not clear to the displinary authority, doubts, very often arises regarding the documents mentioned at items (d) and(e) in para 3 above. Reports made after the preliminary enquiry or the report made by the Police after investigation,other than those reffered to in clause (a) of sub-srction (I) of section 173 of code of Criminal Procedure,1898, are usually confidential and intended only to satisfy the competent authority whether further action in the nature of regular departmental enquiry or any other action is called for. These reports are not usually made use of or considered in the inquiry, ordinarily even a reference to what is contained in these reports is not made in the statement of allegations. It is not necessary to give access to the Government servants to these reports.It is necessary to strictly avoid any reference to such reports, in the statement of allegations as, if any, reference is made it would not be possible to deny access to these reports and giving of such access to those reports will be in public interest for the reasons stated above.
    5.          Government servants concerned need not be given access to the statement of all wittnesses examined in the priliminary enquiry or investigation made by the Police and access be given to the statements of only those wittness who are proposed to be examined in proof of the charges or the facts stated in the statement of allegations. In some cases, the Government servant may require copies of the statements of some witnesses in which no reliance is proposed to be placed by the disciplinary authority on the ground that he proposes to examine such witnesses on his side and that be required the previous statements to corruborate the testimony of such witnesses before the enquiring authority.Previous statements made by a person examined as witness is not admissible for the purpose or corroboration and access to such statements can safely be denied. However, the law recognizes that if the former statement was made at or about the time when the fact took place and the person is called to give evidence about such fact in any proceedings, the previous statement can be used for purposes of corroboration. In such cases, it will be necessary to give access to the previous statements.
    6.          The further point is the stage at which the Government servants should be permitted to have access to the statements of witnesses proposed to be relied upon in proof of the charges of the facts stated in the statement of alligations. Copies of the statement of witnesses can be used only for the purpose of cross- examination and therefore, the demand for copies is to be acceeded to when witnesses are called for examination at the oral enquiry. If such a request is not made, the interferernce would be that the copies were not needed for that purpose. The copies can not be used at any subsequent stage as those statements are not taken into consideration by the disciplinary authority also. Copies should be made available within a reasonable time before the witnesses are examined. It would be strictly legal to refuse access to the copies of the statements prior to the evidence stage in the departmental enquiry.
    7.          As the Punjab Civil Services (Punishment and Appeals) Rules 1952 do not provide for supply of copies of various documents it is not ordinarily necessary to supply copies thereof audit would be sufficient if the Government servants is given access to those documents. Govt. servants involved in departmental proceedings when permitted to have access to official records some times seek permission to take photostate copies thereof such permissions should not normally be given especially if the officer proposes to make the photostate copies through a private photographers as thereby third parties would be allowed to have access to official records which is not desirable.If however. the documents which photostate copies are sought for, so vitally relevant to the case(e.g where the proof of the charges depends upon the proof of the handwriting or a document the authenticity of which is disputed) the Government should itself make photostate copies and supply the same to the Government servants. In case which are not of this or similar type (example given above is only illustrative and not exhaustive ) it would be sufficient if the Govt. servant is permitted to inspect the official records and take extracts therefrom. These instructions may please be brought to the notice of all concerned.

    ljdkjh deZpkfj;ks ds f[kykQ foHkkxh; dk;ZokghA                                                                                                            Go to Top

    dzekad 419&1 pkS0 1&71@3928
    izs"kd
                                lfpo gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                                 1 gfj;k.kk ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] dfe'uj]vEckyk@fglkj rFkk lHkh mik;qDrA
                                 2 jftLVkj] mPp U;k;ky;] iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx< vkSj gfj;k.kk ds lHkh ftyk
                                     rFkk l= U;k;k/kh'kA
                               fnukad]p.Mhx< 16 Qjojh]1971
    fo"k;%& ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ds f[kykQ foHkkxh; dk;ZokghA
    egkssn;]
                              mijksDr fo"k; ij eq>s ;g funsZ'k gqvk gS fd vkidk /;ku bl ifji= la[;k 2682&ch 1&67@10801 fnukad 17 twu]1967 dh vksj fnykuk vkSj dgwa fd ;g ckr ljdkj ds fopkjk/khu Fkh fd Hkz"Vkpkj ds ,sls ekeykas esa ftuesa nksuks dk;Zokgh vFkkZr foHkkxh; dk;Zokgh rFkk U;k;ky; esa dk;Zokgh ljdkjh deZpkfj;kas ds f[kykQ dh tk ldrh gks] esa ls dkSu lh dk;Zokgh igys vkSj fdu gkykrksa esa dh tk;sA ekeykas ij fopkj djus ds i'pkr fuEufyf[kr fu.kZ; fd;k x;k gS%&
                            1 ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ds os ekeys ftuesa vkjksi fj'or]xcu vkSj fdzehuy feldaMDV ds gks vkSj ftuesa 'kgknr bruh etcwr gks fd vnkyr dh Nkuchu es iwjh mrj ld]s dksVZ esa igys Hkstk tk;sA izR;sd dsl dh uksfo;r dks Hkh     ns[kuk pkfg,A
                            2 VSªi ds ekeyksa esa ;fn 'kgknr etcwr u gks rks vnkyr esa eqdnek djus ds LFkku ij foHkkxh; dk;Zokgh djuh vf/kd mi;qDr gksxhA
                            3 fdUrq tgka vkjksi xEHkhj u gks] ,sls dslks esa xq.kkas ij fu.kZ; fy;k tk;sA dsoy vfu;ferrk,a ;k Vsdfudy =qfV;ka  okys ekeys foHkkx esa gh Mhy gksus pkfg;sA
                           4 ;fn dksbZ deZpkjh vnkyr ls cjh gks tk;s rks mlds f[kykQ foHkkxh; dk;Zokgh djus ;k u djus dk fu.kZ; dsl ds xq.k o voxq.k ds vk/kkj ij fd;k tk;sA
                        2- vki ls fuosnu gS fd mijksDr fu.kZ; lHkh deZpkfj;ksa@vf/kdkfj;kas dks lwpuk o ekxZ n'kZu ds fy;s muds uksfVl esa yk fn;k tk;sA
                                                                       Hkonh;]
                                                                       gLrk@&
                                                                       voj lfpo pkSdlh] d`rs%
                                                            foÙkk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]pkSdlh foHkkxA
                     ,d izfr fuEufyf[kr dks
                      1- foÙkk;qDr dfe'uj jktLo]gfj;k.kk rFkk
                      2- lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj dks lwfpr rFkk vko';d dk;Zokgh ds fy;s Hksth tkrh gSA
                                                                                      voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                                      d`rs% foÙkk;qDr ,oa lfpo]
                                                                                      gfj;k.kk ljdkj]pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                   1- foÙk dfe'uj] jktLo] gfj;k.kk rFkk
                   2- lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj
    v0 dzekad 419&1 pkSdlh 1&71 fnukad]p.Mhx< 16 Qjojh]1971
    ,d izfr fuEufyf[kr dks lwpukFkZ izsf"kr
                           1- eq[; ea=h ds iz/kku@mi iz/kku lfpo]
                           2- eaf=;kas@mi eaf=;kas rFkk eq[; lalnh; lfpo ds lfpo@fuft lfpo
                                                                                      voj lfpo pkSdlh] d`rs%
                                                                                      foÙkk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk
                                                                                      ljdkj]pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                           1- eq[; ea=h ds iz/kku@mi iz/kku lfpo]
                           2- eaf=;ks@mi eaf=;ks rFkk eq[; lalnh; lfpo ds lfpo@fuft lfpo
    v0 dzekad 419&1 pkS 1&71 fnukad]p.Mhx< 16 Qjojh]1971

    Supply of copies of documents to the deliquent officials in preliminary enquiries                                                   Go to Top

                          A copy of letter No. 3298-I Vig. (2)- 72/29575 dated 18/24 October, 1972 from the Secretary to Government,Haryana, Vigilance Deptt. to all Heads of Departments, Deputy Commissioners, Commissioners, Ambala Division,Registrar,Punjab and Haryana High Court and Distt. and Session Judges,Haryana.
    Subject:- Supply of copies of documents to the deliquent officials in preliminary enquiries.
                       I am directed to enclose a copy of Punjab Government Memo No. 6747-V(1)61/2056 dated the 9th February,1962 to the address of Deputy Inspector General,CID(Vigilance) Punjab alongwith a copy of extract taken from the Punjab Government letter No. 407-Vig (1) 62/6349 dated the 12th June,1962, on the subject noted above and to say that the question of supply of copies of documents to the delinquent officials in the course of preliminary enquiries had been under the consideration of the Government, and it has been decided that in future lists of witnesses and documents on which the prosecution rely, should be supplied to the delinquent officials alongwith the statement of allegation and charges. It has further been decided that delinquent officials should be shown relevant record in question, on basis of which statement of allegations against them are prepared.  
                         2. In some cases delinquent public servant may ask for copies of the statements of persons who were examined during preliminary enquiries or investigation but prosecution does not propose to produce them as witnesses in formal inquiry,on the grounds that he wishes to examine them as defence witnesses. Statements made by persons during the priliminary investigations are not permissible for the purpose of corroboration and it has, therefore, been decided that access to such statements may be denied.
                        3. These instructions may be brought to the notices of all concerned for strict compliance.
                        Kindly acknowledge the reciept of this communication.
                       Copy of letter No. 3669-VIG (I)-76/12216 dated 9th May,1987 from Deputy Secretary to Government ,Haryana,Vig Department to all Heads of Departments,Commissioner Ambala and Hissar Divn. and all D.C's, S.D.O's(Civil), Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court,Financial Commissioner and all Administrative Secretaries.
    Subject:-Supply of copies of documents to the deliquent officials in preliminary enquiries.
                   I am directed to enclose a copy of the Haryana Government Letter No. 3298-I Vig(2)29575 dated the 18/24 th October 1972 together with a copy of its enclosures and to say that the words" Preliminary enquiries" appearing in the subject and in line seven in that letter shall be read "Departmental Enquiries".
               2. These instructions may be brought to the notice of all concerned for guidance and strict compliance.

    vf/kdkfj;ks@deZpkfj;ks ds f[kykQ iatkc lsok;s  n.M rFkk vihy  fu;kekoyh 1952 ds v/khu foHkkxh; tkap ds fy;s.. Go to Top

    fo"k;%& vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;kas ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok;as n.M rFkk vihy fu;kekoyh 1952 ds v/khu foHkkxh; tkap
            ds fy;s vf/kdkjh dh fu;qfDrA
             D;k gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh iz'kklfud lfpo] mijksDr fo"k; ij eq[; lfpo gfj;k.kk ds ifji= dz0 25@1@79&6 th0 ,l0 1] fnukad 30-4-79 dh vksj /;ku nsus dk d"V djsaxs \
    2          lanfHkZr ifji= esa lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpokas ls vuqjks/k fd;k x;k Fkk os vius v/khu foHkkxkaas esa Js.kh A o AA ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;kas ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds v/khu foHkkxh; tkap djus ds fy;s pkSdlh foHkkx esa fu;qDr tkap vf/kdkjh (vkbZ0,0,l0 ds dkMj dk pkSdlh o mlds lkFk layXu veys dh lsok,sa izkIr djs ijUrq ;g voyksdu fd;k x;k gS fd bl lEcU/k esa vuqns'kksa dh vuqikyuk iw.kZ :i ls ugha dh tk jgh gS vkSj r=so fu;eksa ds vUrxZr foHkkxh; tkap ds fy;s tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dh lsok,sa u izkIr djds foHkkxh; vf/kdkfj;kas dks preference nh tk jgh gSA foHkkxks }kjk viukbZ tkus okyh ;g iz.kkyh jkT; ljdkj dh fgnk;rks dh xEHkhj vogsyuk gSA
    3-          bl fLFkfr ds n`f"Vxr muls iqUk% vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd muds v/khu foHkkxkas esa iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds v/khu vf/kdkfj;kas Js.kh A o AA ds f[kykQ foHkkxh; tkap ds fy;s izR;sd voLFkk esa tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh rFkk mlds lkFk fu;qfDr veys dh lsok,s izkIr dh tk;sA
    4-          blds vfrfjDr ;g Hkh ns[kus esa vk;k gS fd tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks r=s; fu;ekas ds vUrxZr foHkkxh; tkap lkaSirs le; foHkkx mUgs iwjk lEcf/kr fjdkMZ miyC/k ugha djokrs ftl dkj.k tkap iw.kZ djus esa vuko';d le; u"V gksus ds lkFk&lkFk nsjh Hkh gksrh gSA vr% ;g vuqjks/k gS fd vius v/khu foHkkxk/;{kksa ds /;ku esa ;g =qVh yk nh tk;s vkSj mUgsa funsZ'k fn;s tk;sa fd tkap ls lEcf/kar iw.kZ fjdkMZ tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks tkap lkSirs le; gh miyC/k djok fn;k tk;sA
    5-          lHkh lEcfU/kr i{kksa ds /;ku esa ;g vuqns'k d`i;k dM+h vuqikyuk gsrq yk fn;s tk;sA
    6-          d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh HkstsA
                                                                              gLrk@&
                                                                              la;qDr lfpo]pkSdlh d`rs%
                                                                             foÙkk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk
                                                                             ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
    lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
    v'kk ]dzekad 8@2@84&1 pkS 1 fnukad 26-3-1984

    Js.kh&A rFkk AA ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ks ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy  fu;ekoyh 1952 ds ...                                  Go to Top

    fo"k;%& Js.kh&A rFkk AA ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ks ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e
            7 ds rgr dk;Zokgh djus gsrq foHkkxh; tkap ds fy;s tkap vf/kdkjh fu;qDr djus dk ekeykA
             D;k lHkh foÙkk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj d`i;k mijksDr fo"k; dh vksj /;ku nsaxs\
    2-          eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds va'kk% dzekad 25@1@79&6 th0 ,l0 1 fnukad 30 vizSy]1979 }kjk tkjh fd;s x;s ifji= esa lHkh iz'kkldh; foHkkxks ls ;g vuqjks/k fd;k x;k Fkk fd Js.kh A rFkkAaA ds ftu vf/kdkfj;ksa ds f[kykQ fu;fer foHkkxh; tkap djuk izLrkfor gks] mu ds ckjs esa tkap djus ds fy;s tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks gh tkap vf/kdkjh fu;qDr fd;k tk,A blh fo"k; esa pkSdlh foHkkx ds v'kk% dzekad 74@5@78&4 pkS0 1 fnukad 7 vizSy]1983 }kjk tkjh fd;s x;s ifji= esa ;g voyksdu fd;k x;k Fkk fd fu;e 7 ds rgr tks fu;fer foHkkxh; tkaps tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks lkSih tkrh gS] muds lkFk izk;% ewy fjdkMZ ftl ds vk/kkj ij tkap iw.kZ dh tkuh gksrh gS] ugha Hkstk tkrk] ftl ds dkj.k tkap vf/kdkjh }kjk tkap djuk laHko ugh gksrk rFkk dkQh i= O;ogkj djus ij Hkh lEcfU/kr fjdkMZ miyC/k u djok;s tkus ij os tkapsa fcuk tkap fd;s gh okfil ykSVkuh iMrh gSA bl ifji= esa lHkh iz'kkldh; foHkkxks ls ;g vuqjks/k fd;k x;k Fkk fd iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds v/khu fu;fer foHkkxh; tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks tkap gsrq lksairs le; ml eqvkeys ls lEcfU/kr lkjk fjdkMZ mUgs Hkst fn;k tk;k djs rkfd tkap djus esa vuko';d foyEc u gksA pkSdlh foHkkx ds v'kk% dzekad 8@2@84&1 pkS A fnukad 26 ekpZ] 1984 }kjk tkjh fd;s x;s ifji= esa eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds ifji= fnukd 30 vizSy]1979 rFkk pkSdlh foHkkx ds ifji= fnukad 7 vizSy 1983 }kjk tkjh dh xbZ fgnk;rkas dks iqu% nksgjk;k x;k FkkA bl ds ckotwn tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh }kjk ljdkj ds /;ku esa yk;k x;k gS fd dbZ vf/kdkfj;ksa ds f[kykQ tkapas bl dkj.k yfEcr iM+h gqbZ gSa fd mu tkapks ls lEcfU/kr iw.kZ fjdkMZ mUgs ugha Hkstk x;k gS ;|fi fjdkMZ Hkstus ds fy;s mu }kjk vuqjks/k fd;k tk pqdk gSA vr% lHkh iz'kkldh; foHkkxks ls iqu% vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd os fdlh Hkh Js.khA rFkk AA ds jktif=r vf/kdkjh ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds v/khu fu;fer foHkkxh; tkap] tkap vf/kdkjh dks lkSirs le; ml ekeys ls lEcfU/kr iw.kZ fjdkMZ miyC/k djok fn;k djsaA mu ls ;g Hkh vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd bl izdkj dh foHkkxh; tkapks dks 'kh/kz lEiUu djus ds mnns'; ls fdlh ftEesokj vf/kdkjh@ deZpkjh dks tkap ds nkSjku presenting officer dh lgk;rk djus gsrw depute dj fn;k tk;k djsA
    3-          lHkh iz'kkldh; foHkkxkas ls iqu% vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd ljdkj dh fgnk;rksa vuqlkj muds foHkkx ls lEcfU/kr Js.khA rFkkAaA ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa ds f[kykQ fu;e 7 ds v/khu tkapas fdlh vU; foHkkxh; tkap vf/kdkjh dks u lkSi dj tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks gh lkSih tk;k djsA ,slh tkaps tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks inuke ls Hksth tk;k djs u fd uke ls D;kasfda uke ls lkSih xbZ tkap dks tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh ds LFkkukUrj.k gks tkus dh fLFkfr esa pkyw ugha j[kk tk ldrk vkSj mls iw.kZ djus esa vuko';d foyEc gks tkrk gSA izR;sd tkap esa xokgkas ds Vh0 ,0@Mh0,0 vkfn ij [kpZ djus gsrq leqfpr jkf'k Hkh tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks miyC/k dj nh tk;k djsA
    d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh HkstsaA
                                                                              gLrk%@&
                                                                              voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                             d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa lfpo]
                                                                             gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkxA     
    lsok esa
    lHkh foÙkk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
    v'kk0 dzekad 8@2@86&1 pkS0 1 fnukad 17 flrEcj]1986-

    Js.kh&1 rFkk 2 ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ks ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok,sa  n.M rFkk vihy  fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds rgr tkap..     Go to Top

    fo"k;%& Js.kh&A rFkk AA ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;kas ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e
             7 ds rgr tkap vf/kdkjh dks lkSih xbZ tkapksa laca/kh ewy fjdkMZ miyC/k djokus dk ekeykA
                D;k lHkh foRrk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk d`i;k mijksDr fo"k; ij pkSdlh foHkkx ds v'kk0 dzekad 8@2@86&1 pkS0 1] fnuakd 17 flrEcj]1986 dh vksj /;ku nsaxs\
    2-          lanHkkZ/khu ifji= }kjk lHkh iz'kkldh; foHkkxkas ls vU; ckrkas ds vfrfjDr ;g Hkh vuqjks/k fd;k x;k Fkk fd os fdlh Hkh Js.khA rFkkAA ds jktif=r vf/kdkjh ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds v/khu fu;fer foHkkxh; tkap] tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh }kjk ljdkj ds /;ku esa yk;k tkrk gS fd dbZ foHkkxkas }kjk vc Hkh foHkkxh; tkap mUgsa lkSirs le; mu tkapks ls lEcfU/kr iw.kZ fjdkMZ miyC/k ugh djok;k tk jgk gSA ;gh ugh dbZ foHkkxkas }kjk rks visf{kr fjdkMZ mUgs ckj ckj Lej.k djokus ds ckotwn Hkh miyC/k ugha djok;k tk jgk gS ftl ls tkap vf/kdkjh }kjk mUgs lkSih xbZ tkapks dks lEiUu djus esa foyEc gks jgk gSA vr% mu ls iqu% vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd os Hkfo"; esa fdlh Hkh Js.khA rFkkAA ds jktif=r vf/kdkjh ds f[kykQ gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1987 ds fu;e 7 ds rgr fu;fer foHkkxh; tkap] tkap vf/kdkjh dks lkSirs le; ml tkap ls lEcaf/kr iw.kZ fjdkMZ mUgs vo'; miyC/k djok fn;k djsaA mu ls ;g Hkh vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks vc rd lkSih xbZ ftu tkapks esa iw.kZ fjdkMZ miyC/k ugha djok;k x;k gS mls Hkh vfoyEc miyC/k djok fn;k tk;sA
    d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh HkstsA
                                                                                               gLrk%@&
                                                                                              voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                            d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                             pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
    lHkh foÙkk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa lafpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
             v'kk0 dzekad 8@2@86&1 pkS% A fnukad] p.Mhx< 3&4&89
             i`0 dzekad 8@2@86&1 pkS%A fnukad 30 fnlEcj] 1988 
                                                                                             gLrk%@&
                                                                                       voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                        d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                        pkSdlh foHkkxA

    Js.kh&A rFkk AA ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ks ds f[kykQ gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1987 ds fu;e 7...Go to Top



    fo"k;%& Js.kh&A rFkk AA ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa ds f[kykQ gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1987 ds fu;e          7 ds rgr tkap vf/kdkjh dks lkSih xbZ tkapkas es tkap laca/kh ewy fjdkMZ miyC/k djokus dk ekeykA
             D;k lHkh foÙkk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk d`i;k mijksDr fo"k; ij pkSdlh foHkkx ds v'kk0 dzekad 74@5@78&4 pkS0 A fnukad 7-4-83 rFkk v'kk0 deakd 8@2@86&1 pkS% A fnukad 17 flrEcj]1986 o le dzekad fnukad 3-4-89 }kjk tkjh dh xbZ fgnk;rksa dh vksj /;ku nsaxs\
    2-          lanHkkZ/khu ewy ifji= }kjk lHkh iz'kkldh; foHkkxkas ls vuqjks/k fd;k x;k Fkk fd os fdlh Hkh Js.khA rFkkAA ds jktif=r vf/kdkjh ds f[kykQ iatkc flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e 7 ds v/khu fu;fer foHkkxh; tkap] tkap v/khdkjh pkSdlh dks lkSirs le; ekeys esa lEc/kh iw.kZ fjdkMZ Hkstk djsA
    3-          tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh }kjk ljdkj ds /;ku esa yk;k x;k gS fd dbZ foHkkxks }kjk vc Hkh foHkkxh; tkapas mUgs lkSirs le; mu tkapksa ls lEcf/kar iw.kZ fjdkMZ miyC/k ugh djok;k tk jgk gSA ;gh ugh dbZ foHkkxkas }kjk rks visf{kr fjdkMZ mUgs ckj&2 Lej.k djokus ds ckotwn Hkh miyC/k ugh djok;k tk jgk g]S ftl ls tkap vf/kdkjh }kjk mUgs lkSih xbZ tkapksa dks lEiUu djus esa foyEc gks jgk gS A
    4-          vr% muls iqu% vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd Hkfo"; esa fdlh Hkh Js.kh&A rFkk AA ds jktif=r vf/kdkfj;kas ds f[kykQ gfj;k.kk flfoy lsok,sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1987 ds fu;e 7 ds rgr fu;fer foHkkxh; tkap] tkap vf/kdkjh dks lkSirs le; ml tkap ls lEcfU/kr iw.kZ fjdkMZ mUgs vo'; miyC/k djok fn;k djsaA mu ls ;g Hkh vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd tkap vf/kdkjh pkSdlh dks vc rd lkSih xbZ ftu tkapks esa iw.kZ fjdkMZ miyC/k ugh djok;k x;k gS mls Hkh vfoyEc miyC/k djok fn;k tk;s rkfd tkap iw.kZ djus esa vuko';d foyEc u gksA ;fn tkap vf/kdkjh }kjk dksbZ fjdkMZ ekaxk tk, rks og Hkh mUgs 15 fnu ds vUnj vo'; miyC/k djk fn;k djsa rFkk bu fgnk;rksa dk n`<+rk ls ikyu fd;k tk;sA
                         d`i;k bl dh ikorh HkstsaA
                                                                                            gLrk%@&
                                                                                    voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                        d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                    pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                         lHkh foÙkk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa lfpo]
                        gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
             v'kk% dzekad 8@2@86&1 pkS% 1 fnukad 23-4-93
             i`0 d`ekad 8@2@86&1 pkS% 1 fnukad 23-4-93
             ,d izfr tkap vf/kdkjh] pkSdlh foHkkx] gfj;k.kk p.Mhx< dks muds uksV fnukad 2-3-93 ds lanHkZ esa bl vuqjks/k ds lkFk Hksth tkrh gS fd mu dks foHkkxkas }kjk lkSih xbZ ftu tkapks esa iw.kZ fjdkMZ foHkkxksa }kjk miyC/k ugh djk;k tkrk gS mu tkapks dks okfil djus esa ljdkj dks dksbZ vkifRr ugh gSA
                                                                                        gLrk%@&
                                                                                  voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                      d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                    pkSdlh foHkkxA

    Øekad 4@1@2000&1 pkS0 1
    izs"kd
                      eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                      pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esaS
                       1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr vEckyk] jksgrd] xqMxkao rFkk fglkj e.My ,oa gfj;k.kk
                          jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDr] gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mi e.My vf/kdkjh ukxfjd
                     2- jftLVkj]iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk lHkh ftyk ,oa l= U;k;k/kh'kA
                     fnukad 16 vDVwcj] 1996
    fo"k;%& jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vUos"k.k vf/kdkfj;kas dks mu }kjk dh tkus okyh tkapkas esa izys[k miyC/k djokus rFkk iw.kZ lgk;rk@lg;ksx nsus ckjsA
    egksn;]
                       eq>s mijksDr fo"k; ij ;g dgus rFkk fy[kus dk funsZ'k gqvk gS fd funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk }kjk ljdkj ds /;ku esa yk;k x;k gS fd mu }kjk ljdkjh vf/kdkfj;kas@ deZpkfj;kas ds f[kykQ dh tkus okyh tkapks ls lEcfU/kr fjdkMZ ckj&ckj Lej.k djokus ij Hkh miyC/k ugh djok;k tkrk gS] ftl dkj.k ls jkT; pkSdlh ds vUos"k.k vf?kdkfj;ksa dks tkapkas dks iw.kZ djus esa vuko';d dfBukbZ dk lkeuk djuk iM+k jgk gS ftls ljdkj us cM+h xEHkhjrk ls fy;k gS A vr% vkils vuqjks/k gS fd ftu tkapksa esa jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vUos"k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk foHkkxksa ls fjdkMZ ekaxk tk;s og mUgsa 48 ?kUVs ds vUnj miyC/k djok fn;k djsa A blds vfrfjDr vUos"k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa dks tkapksa ls lEcfU/kr lwpuk@izys[kksa dks miyC?k djokus esa lHkh foHkkx ije vxzrk ls iw.kZ lgk;rk@lg;ksx iznku djsa A
    2-          bu fgnk;rksa dks lHkh vf/kdkfj;ksa ds ?;ku esa vuqikyu gsrq yk fn;k tk,s rFkk bldk n`<+rk lss ikyuk dh tk,A
                               d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh Hkstsa A
                                                                                                Hkonh;]
                                                                                                 gLrk@&
                                                                                      la;qDr lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                           d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                     pkSdlh foHkkx A

    ljdkjh deZpkjh@vf/kdkjh }kjk vius ls mPp vf/kdkjh ds fo:} dh tkus okyh f'kdk;r vius foHkkxk/;{k@iz'kkldh; lfpo .......           Go to Top

    Øekad 4@1@20001 pkS0 1
    iz s"kd
                   1  foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx A
                   2  gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr vEckyk] jksgrd] xqMxkao rFkk fglkj                                e.My ,ao gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDr A
                   3  jftLVkj] iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk ftyksa ds lHkh ftyk ,ao l= U;k;k/kh'k A
                    fnukad 24-4-2000
    fo"k; %& ljdkjh deZpkjh@vf/kdkjh }kjk vius ls mPp vf/kdkjh ds fo:} dh tkusokyh f'kdk;r vius foHkkxk/;{k@iz'kkldh; lfpo ds ek/;e ls djus ckjs A
    egksn;]
                eq>s funsZ'k gqvk gS fd vkidk /;ku mijksDr fo"k; dh vkSj fnykuk vkSj crkuk fd ljdkj ds /;ku esa vk;k gS fd cgqr ls ljdkjh deZpkjh vius mPp vf/kdkfj;ksa ds fo:) f'kdk;r vius foHkkxk/;{k @iz'kkldh; lfpo ds ek?;e Lks uk Hkstrs gq, lh/ks gh foRrk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj pkSdlh foHkkx@funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks dks Hksts nsrs gS A ,slk gksus ls f'kdk;r dk Hkyh Hkkarh ijh{k.k djus es bl foHkkx ds lEeq[k dfBukbZ is'k vkrh gS A D;ksafd ftl vf/kdkjh ds fo:) mlds foHkkx ds deZpkjh }kjk f'kdk;r dh tkrh gS] muds dk;Z@pfj= ds ckjs Eksa mlds foHkkxk/;{k@iz'kkldh; lfpo dks bl foHkkx ls vf/kd tkudkjh gksrh gS A blfy, ljdkj us bl ekeys esa fu.kZ; fy;k gS fd Hkfo"; esa dksbZ Hkh ljdkjh deZpkjh@vf/kdkjh ;fn vius ls mPp vf/kdkjh ds fo:) dksbZ f'kdk;r djsa rks og foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx@funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk] iapdwyk dks f'kdk;r lh/ks u Hkstrs gq, vius foHkkxk?;{k iz'kkldh; lfpo ds ek?;e ls Hkstsa A
                       2- d`i;k bu vkns'kksa dh dM+h ikyu gsrw lHkh vius v/khuLFk deZpkfj;ksa@vf/kdkfj;ksa ds /;ku esa yk fn;k tk, A
                      3- d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh Hkstsa A
                                                                                               gLrk @&
                                                                                         voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                              d`rs% foÙkk;qdr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                        pkSdlh foHkkx A
    ,d izfr lHkh foÙkk;qDrksa rFkk iz'kkldh; lfpoksa] gfj;k.kk ljdkj dks lwpukFkZ@vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrq vxzsf"kr gS A
                                                                                            gLrk @&
                                                                                     voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                  d`rs% foÙkk;qdr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                    pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                       1- lHkh foÙkk;qDr] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
                      2- lHkh iz'kkldh; v'kk0 Øekad 4@1@2000&1 pkS0 A fnukad 24&4&2000

    gfj;k.kk jkT; ds Js.kh 1 o Js.kh AA ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ds i{k esa iSa'ku ds fy, 'kks/ku i=k tkjh djus gsrq izLrko le; ij Hkstus ckjs                Go to Top

    ekad 4@2@2000&1 pkS0 1
    izs "kd
                    eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                   1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k]
                   2- vk;qDr vEckyk] jksgrd] xqMxkao rFkk fglkj e.My ,ao gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDr A
                   3- jftLVkj] iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk ftyksa ds lHkh ftyk ,ao l= U;k;k/kh'k A
                   fnukad 14-3-2002
    fo"k; %& gfj;k.kk jkT; ds Js.kh A o Js.kh AA ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ds i{k esa iSa'ku ds
             fy, 'kks/ku i= tkjh djus gsrq izLrko le; ij Hkstus ckjs A
    egksn;]
                  eq>s funsZ'k gqvk gS fd eSa vkidk /;ku foÙk foHkkx }kjk tkjh dh xbZ fgnk;rsa i= Øekad 68@2@2001&foÙk foHkkx iSa'ku ,l0 ,0 ih0 fnukad 3-9- 2001 dh vksj fnykuk vkSj crkuk fd mDr fgnk;rsa }kjk ljdkjh lsokfuo`r gksus okyh Js.kh A rFkk AA ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ds i{k es iSa'ku ds fy, 'kks/ku i= tkjh djus dk izLrko pkSdlh foHkkx dks vf/kdkjh dh lsok fuo`r frfFk ls ,d o"kZ iw.kZ Hkstus ds funsZ'k fn;s Fks] ijUrq izk;% ;g ns[kus esa vk;k fd foHkkx/;{kksa@iz'kkldh; foHkkxksa ds }kjk lEcfU/kr vf/kdkfj;ksa ds lEcU/k esa pkSdlh dks 'kks/ku i= tkjh djus dk izLrko le; ij ugha Hksts tkrs gS vkSj ;k fQj vf/kdkjh ds lsok fuo`r gksus ds i'pkr Hkstk tkrk gS A ftlls lEcfU/kr vf/kdkfj;ksa dks lsok fuo`r gksus i'pkr~ mudks ns; jkf'k le; ij u feyus esa dkQh dfBukbZ dk lkeuk djuk iM+rk gS vkSj dbZ ckj rks lsok fuo`r vf/kdkjh }kjk ns; jkf'k C;kt lfgr vnk djus ckjs dksVZ ds Hkh dj fn;s tkrs gS] ftlls ljdkj ds vuko';d C;kt vnk djuk iM+rk gS A
                 ljdkj ds /;ku esa vk;k gS fd foRr foHkkx }kjk tkjh dh xbZ mDr fgnk;rksa dk n`<+rk ls ikyu ugha fd;k tk jgk gs a bl lecu />k esa eq[; lfpo egksn; dh v/;{krk esa iz'kkldh; lfpoksa dh fnukad 5-2-2002 dks gqbZ cSBd esa fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd lEcfU/kr Js.kh A rFkk AA ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ds iSa'ku dslksa ds lEcU/k esa pkSdlh foHkkx frfFkc) o ije vxzrk vk/kkj ij 'kks/ku i= tkjh djsa A rnkuqlkj vkils vuqjks/k gS fd d`i;k bu fgnk;rksa dk n`<+rk ls ikyu fd;k tk;s rfkk hkfo"; esa lsokfuo`r gksus okys vf />kdkfj;ksa ds i{k esa 'kks/ku i= tkjh djus dk izLrko eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx dks fuf'pr le; ij Hkstsa tk;sa A
                 d`i;k bldh ikorh Hkstsa A
                                                                                  Hkonh;]
                                                                                  gLrk @&
                                                                        voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                               d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                     pkSdlh foHkkx A
    i`0 Øekad 4@2@2002&1 pkS0 A fnukad 14-03-2002
              ,d izfr funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk dks bl vuqjks/k ds lkFk Hksth tkrh gS fd ljdkj }kjk vf/kdkjh ds 'kks/ku i= tkjh djus ds lEcU/k esa ekaxh lwpuk rhu fnu ds vUnj Hkstuk lqfuf'pr djsa A
                                                                       voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                               d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                     pkSdlh foHkkx A
    ,d izfr fuEufyf[kr dks lwpukFkZ ,ao vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrq Hksth tkrh gS %&
             1- lHkh foÙkk;qDr ,ao iz/kku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
             2- lHkh vk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
                                                                       voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                               d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                     pkSdlh foHkkx A

    lsok esa
                    1- lHkh foÙkk;qDr ,ao iz/kku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
                    2- lHkh vk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
    v'kk0 Øekad 4@2@2002&1 pkS0 A fnukad 14-3-2002

    Action on Vigilance Inquiry Report                                                                                                                                     Go to Top

    No. 4/1/03-1 Vig. (I)
    From
                          The Chief Secretary to Government, Haryana,
                        Vigilance Department.
    To
                       1. All Heads of Department.
                      2. The Commissioners of Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram Divisiions, all Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                     3. All Heads of Boards and Corporations.
                     Dated, Panchkula, the 11th July, 2003.
    Subject:- Action on Vigilance Inquiry Report.
    Sir,
                      I am directed to refer to Haryana Government letter No. 4/3/81-1 Vig. (I), dated April, 1990 on the subject noted above and to say that it has been observed that Administrative Departments do not attach aequate importance to the recommendations of Vigilance Department in vigilance inquiries. Besides, final decision taken by the department is seldom intimated to the Vigilance Department with the result the Vigilance Department is not aware of the action taken by the Administrative Department against the delinquents.
                   2. It has come to the notice of the Vigilance Department that the recommendations of the Vigilance Department are being diluted by the Administrative Departments at their own level. This has been happening at two stages and details are as under :-
                                          (i) At the time of issuing charge sheet; Where Vigilance Department recommended action under rule 7 of Haryana Civil Services Rules for major punishment, the Administrative Department while issuing the charge sheet converts it into a proceeding under Rule-8 of Haryana Civil Services Rule for minor pensalties.
                                          (ii) At the time of award of punishment upon inquiry into the charges; the A.D. takes the decision to award minor punishment even in cases where the Vigilance Department recommended action under rule 7; or alternatively issues a simple warning, in cases where Vigialnce Department recommended action under rule 8 of Haryana Civil Services Rules.
                 It has now been decided that while issuing the charge sheet; the Administrative Department should not dilute the recommendations of Vigilance Department. Further, in all such cases where chargesheet is issued for major penalty and upon the conclusion of inquiry minor punishment is proposed to be awarded, prior concurrence of Vigilance Department be takenby sending the comlete record of the case for examination in the Vigilance Department. In other cases, where charge sheet is issued under rule 8 of Haryana Civil Services Rules for minor penalties and a simple warning is proposed to be given, the A.D. shall show the case to the Hon'ble C.M. on their file bringing out the recommendation of Vigilance Department into relief.
                          4. Nodal Officers/Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers of the Departments should ensure that the Government instructions are strictly complied with in letter and spirit and they should send Quarterly Reports to the Government on the action taken on each enquiry/complaint. They should attend without fail meetings convened by the Director, State Vigilance Bureau to review Vigilance cases.
                                                                                                                                                   Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                             Sd/-
                                                                                                                                  Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                            Vigilance Department.
    A copy each is forwarded to all the Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretaries/Commissioner and Secretaries/Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                           Sd/-
                                                                                                                                  Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                            Vigilance Department.
    To
                     1. All the Financial Commissioner & Prinicipal Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
                     2. All the Commissioner & Secretaries to Govt., Haryana.
                    3. All the Administrative Secretaries to Govt., Haryana.
    U.O. No. 4/1/03-1 Vig. (I)                                   Dated, Chandigarh the 11th July, 2003
    Endst. No. 4/1/03-1 Vig. (I)                               Dated, Chandigarh the 11th July, 2003
    A copy is forwarded to the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                          Sd/-
                                                                                                                                  Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                                                                                                                                            Vigilance Department.

    rRdky
    Øekad 9@17@96&1 pkS0 1
    izs"kd
                          eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                          pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                        1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr vEckyk] jksgrd] xqMxkao rFkk fglkj
                      e.My ,ao gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDr] gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mi e.My vf/kdkjh ukxfjd A
                      2- jftLVkj] iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk lHkh ftyk ,ao l= U;k;k/kh'k A
                     fnukad p.Mhx<+ 11 tqykbz] 2003
    fo"k; %& jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vUos"k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa dks mu }kjk dh tkus  okyh tkapksa esa izys[k miyC/k djokus
              rFkk iw.kZ lgk;rk@lg;ksx nsus ckjs A
    egksn;]
                 mijksDr fo"k; ij eq>s vkidk /;ku ljdkj ds ifji= Øekad 9@17@96&1 pkS0 1 fnuakd 16vDrqcj 1996 dh vksj vkdf"kZr djus rFkk ;g dgus dk funsZ'k gqvk gS fd ljdkj dh fgnk;rksa ds vuqlkj ftu tkpksa es jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vUos"k.k vf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk foHkkxksa ls fjdkMZ ekxk tk, og mUgs 48 ?kUVs ds vUnj &2 mIyC/k djok fn;k djsa rFkk tkpksa ls lEcf/kr lwpuk@izys[kksa dks miyC/k djokus ls lHkh foHkkx ije vxzrk ls iw.kZ lgk;rk@lg;ksx iznku djsaA  
             ijUrq ljdkj ds /;ku esa ;g yk;k x;k gS fd tkap ds lEcU/k esa fjdkMZ lEcfU/kr tkap vf/kdkfj;ksa dks ckj&ckj Lej.k djokus ij Hkh miyC/k ugha djok;k tkrk gS vkSj ifj.kkeLo:i vUos"k.k vf/kdkjh dks ,slh tkapksa dks iw.kZ djus esa vuko';d nsjh rFkk dfBukbZ dk lkeuk djuk iM+rk gS A ljdkj us bls xEHkhjrk ls fy;k gS vkSj vkils iqu% vuqjks/k gS fd Hkfo"; esa budk n`<+rk ls ikyu fd;k tk;s rkfd tkapksa dks iwjk djus esa Hkfo"; esa nsjh u gksA
    d`i;k bldh ikorh Hkstsa A
                                                                                           Hkonh;]
                                                                                           gLrk@&
                                                                                      voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                   d`rs % eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                  pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
             1- lHkh foÙkk;qDr@iz/kku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
             2- lHkh vk;qDr ,ao iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
             v'kk0 Øekad 9@17@96&1 pkS0 1  fnukad p.Mhx<+ 11 tqykbZ] 2003
             i`"Bkadu Øekad 9@17@96&1 pkS0 1  fnukad p.Mhx<+ 11tqykbZ] 2003
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                                                                                 gLrk@&
                                                                        voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                        d`rs % eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                          pkSdlh foHkkx A

    ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa dk nq:i;ksx A                                                                                                                                          Go to Top

    Ø ekad 3060&1 pkS0 1&74@24700
    izs"kd
                          foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                         1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr] vEckyk rFkk fglkj e.My] lHkh mik;qDr rFkk mi e.My                        vf/kdkjh flfoy A
                       2- jftLVkj] iatkc ,ao gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk lHkh ftyk rFkk lSa'ku tt] gfj;k.kk A
                          fnukad p.Mhx<+ 18 uoecj] 1974
    fo"k; %& ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa dk nq:i;ksx                 

             eq>s funsZ'k gqvk gS fd mijksDr fo"k; ij vkidk /;ku la;qDr lfpo iatkc pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk tkjh fd;s x;s ifji= Øekad 1732&ch 1&61@3866] fnukad 3-4-1961 izfr layXu gS dh vksj fnykuk vkSj dgwa fd ljdkj ds uksfVl esa ;g ckr vkbZ gS fd dbZ foHkkxksa esa ljdkjh xkfM+;ks dk nq:i;ksx fd;k tk jgk gS A ljdkj bl ekeys dks cM+k XkEHkhj le>rh gS vkSj og pkgrh gS fd vki ;g lqfuf'pr djsa fd ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa dk iz;ksx mUgha mns';ksa ds fy, fd;k tk;s ftlds fy;s ;g miyC/k dh xbZ gS A bl fLFkfr esa vkils iqu% vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd mDr lanfHkZr i= esa tkjh dh xbZ fgnk;rksa dh dM+h vuqikyuk dh tk;s vkSj ;g fgnk;rsa iqu vkids v/khu ljdkjh vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;ksa ds /;ku es ykbZ tk;sa A mUgsa ;g Hkh Li"V dj fn;k tk;s fd ;fn dksbZ ,slk ekeyk Hkfo"; esa ljdkj ds /;ku esa vk;k tks lEcfU/kr vf/kdkjh@deZpkjh ds fo:) dM+h vuq'kklfud dk;Zokgh dh tk;sxh A
                      2- vkidks ;g Hkh lwfpr fd;k tkrk gS fd pkSdlh foHkkx ds QhYM LVkQ dks Hkh bl ckjs pSfdax djus dh fgnk;rsa tkjh dj nh xbZ gS A vkils vuqjks/k gS fd vki bl ckjs mUgsa iw.kZ lg;ksx iznku djsa A
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                                                             d`rs% lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx A
    ,d izfr %&        1- foÙkk;qDr jktLo] gfj;k.kk rFkk
                      2- lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpoksa A
                      dks lwpuk rFkk vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrw izsf"kr gS A
                                                                                                   gLrk@&
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                                                             d`rs% lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx 

    ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa dk nq:i;ksx A                                                                                                                                          Go to Top

                 1- foÙkk;qDr jktLo] gfj;k.kk
                2- lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpoksa A
    v'kk0 Øekad 3060&1 pkS0&741                                 fnukad 16-11-1974
    Øekad              foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa lsok
                 1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr] vEckyk o fglkj e.My A lHkh mik;qDr rFkk mi e.My vf/kdkjh                   ukxfjd A
                 2- jftLVkj] iatkc ,ao gfj;k.kk] mPp U;k;ky; rFkk ftyk ,ao l= U;k;k/kh'k] gfj;k.kk A
                      fnukad p.Mhx<+ qjojh 8-3-1983
    fo"k; %& ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa dk nq:i;ksx
                eq>s funsZ'k gqvk gS fd eSa vkidk /;ku gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds ifji= Øekad 3060&1 pkS% 1 74@24700 fnukad 18-11-1974 izfr vuqyaXud lfgr lyaXu gS dh vksj vkd`"V d:a vkSj vuqjks/k d:a fd ljdkj ds /;ku esa vk;k gS fd fofHkUu foHkkxksa esa ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa dk iz;ksx djrs le; mDr ifji= esa bafxr vuqns'kksa dh ikyuk ugha gks jgh gS tks fd ,d xEHkhj ekeyk gS A vr% vkils vuqjks/k gS fd mDr vuqns'k lHkh lEcfU/kr vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;ksa ds /;ku esa dMh vuqikyuk gsrw yk fn;s tk;sa rkfd miyC/k ljdkjh xkfM+;ksa ds nq:i;ksx dh c<+rh gqbz izo`fr dh jksdfkke gks lds a
                           d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh Hkstsa A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          gLrk@&
                                                                                          mi lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                            d`rs% foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                           pkSdlh foHkkx A

    Indiscriminate use of Government Vehicles                                                                                                                       Go to Top

    No. 1732-V (I)-61/3865
    Date: 3.04.1991
    From
                       Shri Hardev Singh Chhina, I.A.S.,
                       Secretary to Government,
                       Punjab Vigilance Department.
    To
                     All Heads of departments, Registrar, Punjab High Court, Commissioners of Divisions, District and Sessions Judges, Deputy Commissioners and Sub-Divisional Officers (Civil) in Punjab.
    Subject:- Indiscriminate use of Government Vehicles.
                  I am directed to invite a reference to rule 5 of the rules regulating the use of Government owned vehicles and conditions of service of drivers of those vehicles in Punjab and to say that Government vehicles are primarily meant for official touring outside the headquarters and for journeys on bonafide official duties at the headquarters under certain circumstances. Under rule 7 thereof, the Government vehicles can, however, be permitted to be used for certain non-duty journeys, prescribed therein, by the Administrative Secretaries or the Heads of Departments to a limited extend, subject always to the condition that their use for such purposes, does not interfere with the official requirements in any way. The use of Government vehicles for journeys to places of public amusement such as cinemas, races, clubs etc. is strictly forbidden under rule 8 of the rules. As such, not only the indiscriminate use of the vehicles and the misuse thereof for private journeys is a contravention of these rules and existing instructions but it also amounts to misuse of Government property and wastage of public funds. These rules were further supplemented by Punjab Government circular letter No. 5316-ST-57/5114-CH/59598, dated the 6th/15th July, 1957 whereby instructions were issued for the maintenance of log books by the drivers, of the vehicles, making of the prescribed entries in respect of private jouneys before the commencement thereof and prohibiting the garaging of Government vehicles at the residence of the Officers. The observance of these instructions enables the checking staff to distinguish between genuine cases of private use on payment and other cases in which the vehicl is used private purposes but the journeys is being charged to Government. The necessary of ensuring proper use of vehicles for official purposes was emphasised in circular letter No. 266-328/17, GB/58/GVB, dated the 11th March, 1959, from the Secretary, Government vehicles Board addressed to all Heads of Departments etc.
                    It has, however, been noticed that despite repeated instructions Government vehicles are often not being used strictly for the purpose for which these are meant and continue to be used for non-duty and private journeys in contravention of the Rules and instructions issued from time to time. With a view to discourage this increasing misuse of Government vehicles, it has been decided that a very strict notice shall be taken of such contravention in furture and a very severe and deterrent punishment shall be imposed for such proved cases of default as is in the case of drawal of false T.A. The precise punishement should, of course, depend upon the nature of the offence. It may be added that the driver of the vehicle who fails to make necessary entries in the Log Book before commencing a journey shall also be held responsible for his lapse and ommission. The vigilance field staff has been entrusted with the function of test checks, co-operations in this behalf may please be extended to them.
                    I am to request that these orders should be got noted by all Government servants under your control at the head quarters and in your subordinate offices. A certifiate to the effect that this has been done should be forwarded to Government in the Vigilance department within one month of the receipt of this letter.
                                                                                                                                                    Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                              Sd/-
                                                                                                                                   (HARDEV SINGH CHHINA)
                                                                                                                                   Secretary to Government, Punjab,
                                                                                                                                         Vigilance Department.

    fofHkUu foHkkxksa esa fu;qDr eq[; pkSdlh vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkfj;ksa dks pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk vxzsfkr tkap fjiksVksZa ds lEcU/k esa dh xbZ ...Go to Top

    fok; %& fofHkUu foHkkxksa esa fu;qDr eq[; pkSdlh vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkfj;ksa dks pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk vxzsf"kr tkap fjiksVksZa ds lEcU/k esa dh xbZ dk;Zokgh dh lwpuk Hkstus ds lEcU/k esaA
    D;k %&
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                     3- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh vk;qDr ,ao lfpoA
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    mijksDr fo"k; dh vksj /;ku nsaxsA
                     2- dqN le; ls ;g vuqHko fd;k tk jgk gS fd pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk fofHkUu foHkkxksa ds deZpkfj;ksa vf/kdkfj;ksa ds  f[kykQ dh xbZ tkap fjiksVksZa tks fofHkUu iz'kkldh; lfpoksa dks vkxkeh dk;Zokgh gsrq vxzsf"kr dh tkrh gS] mu ij iz'kkldh; foHkkx@foHkkxk/;{k dkQh le; rd dk;Zokgh iw.kZ ugha dj ikrsA dqN ekeyksa esa rks ;g Hkh ns[kus esa vk;k gS fd iz'kkldh; foHkkx }kjk 4&5 o"kZ dh vof/k ds mijkUr ekeyk mBk;s tkus ij u;s fljs ls tkap fjiksVZ dh izfr;ka ekaxh tkrh gSa] tks fd vR;Ur [ksntud fLFkfr gSA bl izdkj dh fLFkfr ls fuiVus ds fy, ;g fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd Hkfo"; esa izR;sd foHkkx ls lEcfU/kr tkap fjiksVksZa ij dh xbZ dk;Zokgh ckjs fofHkUu foHkkxksa esa fu;qDr eq[; pkSdlh vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkjh ,d =Sekfld fjiksVZ pkSdlh foHkkx dks Hkstsaxs ftlesa lHkh yfEcr tkap fjiksVksZa ckjs dh xbZ dk;Zokgh dh orZeku fLFkfr dk fooj.k fn;k tk,xk vkSj Inter-alia ;g Hkh Li"V fooj.k fn;k tkuk gksxk fd ekeys dks vfUre :i nsus esa D;k D;k dfBukbZ;ak is'k vk jgh gSaaA vr% muls ;g vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd vius v/khuLFk lHkh foHkkx/;{kksa dks ;g funsZ'k tkjh djsa fd muds foHkkxksa esa fu;qDr eq[; pkSdlh
    vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkjh ;g lqfupr djsa fd mijksDr =Sekfld fjiksVZ pkSdlh foHkkx dks tuojh] vizSy] tqykbZ rFkk vDrwcj dh 15 rkjh[k rd izR;sd voLFkk esa fu;fer :i ls Hksth tk;sA bu vuqns'kksa dh vogsyuk dks ljdkj xEHkhj :i ls ysxh rFkk lEcaf/kr eq[; pkSdlh vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkjh dks bl lEca/k esa gqbZ dfe;ksa ds fy, O;fDrxr :i ls ftEesokj Bgjk;k tk;sxkA ;gka ;g Hkh Li"V djuk mfpr gksxk fd Hkfo"; esa bl izdkj ds dslksa dk k fd;k tkrk gS fd vius v/khuLFk lHkh foHkkx/;{kksa dks ;g funZs�k tkjh djsa fd muds foHkkxksa esa fu;qDr eq[; pkSdlh vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkjh ;g lqfuf�pr djsa fd mijksDr =Sekfld fjiksVZ pkSdlh foHkkx dks tuojh] vizSy] tqykbZ rFkk vDrwcj dh 15 rkjh[k rd izR;sd voLFkk esa fu;fer :i ls Hksth tk,A bu vuqns�kksa dh vogsyuk dks ljdkj xEHkhj :i ls ysxh rFkk lEcfU/kr eq[; pkSdlh vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkjh dks bl lEcU/k esa gq, lapse ds fy, O;fDrxr :i ls ftEesokj Bgjk;k tk;sxkA ;gka ;g Hkh Li�V djuk mfpr gksxk fd Hkfo�; esa bl izdkj ds dslksa dks Properly pursue djuk lEcfU/kr foHkkx esa fu;qDr eq[; pkSdlh vf/kdkjh@pkSdlh vf/kdkfj;ksa dh fo'ks"k ftEesokjh gksxh vkSj ;g fLFkfr eq[; ea=h egksn; dks le; le; ij izLrqr dh tk,xhA
                        bl lEcU/k esa 31 vDrwcj] 1981 rd izkIr tkap fjiksVZ ckjs igyh fjiksVZ 15 uoEcj] 1981 rd pkSdlh foHkkx dks Hkst nh tk, rFkk mlds ckn =Sekfld fjiksVZl tuojh] vizSy] tqykbZ rFkk vDrwcj dh 15 rkjh[k rd fu;fer :i ls Hksth tk,aA
                     3- dqi;k bl ifji= dh ikorh HkstsaA
                                                                                          gLrk@&
                                                                                          la;qDr lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                         d`rs % foÙkk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                  pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                        1- eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
                       2- lHkh foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
                       3- lHkh vk;qDr ,ao iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
                       4- lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
    v'kk% dzekad 4@3@81&1 pkS0&1 fnukad p.Mhx<+ 5&11&1981

    Reorganization of the Vigilance Machinery- Appointment and functions of the Departmental...                          Go to Top

    No. 4/22/78-1 Vig (II)
    From
                             The Commissioner & Secretary to Govt., Haryana.
                             Vigilance Department.
    To
                             (1) All Head of Departments.
                            (2) The Commissioner of Ambala and Hisar Divisions, All Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                           Date Chandigarh, the 22nd August, 1986.
    Subject : Reorganization of the Vigilance Machinery- Appointment and functions of the Departmental Vigilance Officers. Sir,
                         I am directed to invite your attention to Haryana Government letter No. 4/22/78-Vig.(1), dated the 14th February, 1980 on the subject noted above vide which Jurisdiction and functions of the Vigilance Department were intimated to you in detail. Part V of the Annexure appended to the said letter deals with the appointment and functions of the Departmental Vigilance Officer which is re-produced below :-
                      "Anti - corruption works is he premier responsibility of Heads of Departments/ Officers and should form an integral part of their day to day duties. To achieve this, every Directorate, Department shall nominate a Chief Vigilance Officer for the entire department who will have under him an appropriate number of Vigilance Officers, wherever, necessary. Normally wherever Administrative Officers are in position, they will be made the Chief Vigilance Officers. In other cases, number two in the departmental heirachy may be given this position. The officers so nominated should be of a high calibre with irrefutable reputation for integrity. The Vigilance work will be an important additional assignment for them and they shall discharge their functions under the general supervision of heads of departments. Their appointment shall, however be subject to approval of the Government in the Vigilance Department. Their functions will be as follows :-
                                    (a) To examine all aspects of the work with a view to locating the points where opportunity for corruption is likely to arise, for organising regular and surprise inspections and devising other ways and means for minimising the scope of corruption.
                                    (b) To initiate prompt action and pursue it with vigour and speed when they appears to be reasonable grounds for suspicion of corruption and malpractices against individual officers.
                                    (c) To examine and review departmental rules and procedures and suggest measures to improve and tighten them so as to plug the loop holes for corruptions.
                                  (d) To ensure that all complaints relating to corruption are looked into promptly.
                                  (e) To ensure compliance with the Code of Conduct prescribed for its officers.
                                  (f) To initiate administrative action, as under, in case where material is considered to be sufficient to lead to a moral conviction about lack of integrity in a particular Government servant :-  
                                                           (i) Transfer to a post of lesser responsibility.
                                                           (ii) Reversion to a substantive rank.
                                                          (iii) Compulsory retirement.
                                                          (iv) Termination of Service in case of purely temporary hands.
                                                         (v) Proper scrutiny of property statements.
                                   (g) To ensure co-operation with the vigilance department or with any other agency dealing with corruption cases, specially in regard to :-
                                                           (i) Making relevant records available without any avoidable delay.
                                                           (ii) Giving technical assistance wherever necessary.
                                                          (iii) Making available departmental witnesses required during investigation and departmental proceedings.
                                                          (iv) Service of documents e.g. charge-sheets, statement of allegations or show cause notices, etc.
                                 h) To ensure that departmental inquiry and disciplinary proceedings are completed expeditiously.
                                (i) To expeditiously finalise cases of suspended Government servants.
                                (j) To ensure that punishments are awarded adequately. Government may constitute investigation staff to assist. The Chief Vigilance Officers in selected departments.
                 2. The matter has been considered further and with a view to having an assessment of the work being done by the various Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers, it has been decided to obtain quarterly reports indicating in detail the work done by the Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance/Officers. Such reports should be sent to the Vigilance Department through the Administrative Department concerned by the 20th of the month following the close of the quarter concerned. You are, therefore, requested to send immediately the report for the quarter ending on 30.06.1986 and also ensure timely submission of such reports in future.
                                                                                                                                                      Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                                Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                     Joint Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                          for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana,
                                                                                                                                              Vigilance Department.
    A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to :-
                        1. The Financial Commissioner & Secretary to Govt., Haryana, Revenue Department.
                        2. All Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt., Haryana.
    They are requested to ensure that the quarterly report on the work of the Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers working in the departments under their administrative control are submitted to the Vigilance Department by the stipulated date.
                                                                                                                                                               Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                     Joint Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                          for Commissioner & Secretary to Govt. Haryana,
                                                                                                                                              Vigilance Department.
    To
                   1. The Financial Commissioner & Secretary to Govt., Haryana, Revenue Department.
                  2. All Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt., Haryana.
    No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1)                                                                                          date, Chandigarh, the 22nd August, 1986

    Requisition of services of officers of specialized nature for Vigilance enquiries                                                        Go to Top

    No. 4/2/87-1 Vig. (1)
    From
                         The Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                         Vigilance Department.
    To
                        1.All Heads of Departments,
                        2 .Commissioner, Ambala, Hisar, Gurugram and Rohtak Division/Deputy Commissioners and S.D.O. (Civil) in the State.
                       dated, Chandigarh the 1st February, 1990.
    Subject :- Requisition of services of officers of specialized nature for Vigilance enquiries.
    Sir,
                      I am directed to address you on the subject noted above and to say that many a time Anti-corruption Board/C.M.'s Flying Squad is entrusted with investigation of complaints relating to technical matters. For proper investigation of such cases requisition of services of officers of specialised nature become unavoidable. Accordingly, the matter was discussed in the meeting of the Implementation Sub-Committee held on 05.07.1989 at 11.30 A.M. The Committee has recommended that services of officers of specialised nature of duty be placed at the disposal of Anti-Corruption Board/Chief Minister's Flying Squad, wherever needed, for specific purpose and time. The Government consider that association of officers of specialized nature with the conduct of enquiries will go a long way for the speedy disposal of investigation of complaints entrusted to Anti-Corruption Board/C.M.'s Flying Squad. As such, I am to request you that whenever services of officers of specialized nature are requisitioned by the Member Secretary, Implementation Sub-Committee, Anti-Corruption Board or by the D.I.G. C.M's Flying Squad, services of said officer be placed at their disposal for specific purpose and time after seeking approval of appropriate competent authority. I am, therefore, to request you that these instructions may kindly be brought to the notice of all officers working under your control for compliance.                                               
                                                                                                                                                                  Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department.
    Endst. No. 4/2/07-1 Vig. (1) Dated Chandigarh the 1st February, 1990.
    A copy each is forwarded for information and necessary action :-
                             1. Member Secretary, Implementation Sub-Committee, Anti-Corruption Board.
                             2. D.I.G. C.M.'s Flying Squad.
                                                                                                                                                                Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department.
    A copy each is forwarded to all the Financial Commissioners and Secretaries to Government, Haryana for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                                Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department.
    To All Financial Commissioners/commissioners & Secretary to Government, Haryana.

    U.O. No. 4/2/97-1 Vig. (1)                                                                          Dated Chandigarh the 1st February, 1990.

    Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery Appointment and functions of the Departmental...                           Go to Top

    Immediate
    No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1)
    From
                             The Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana,
                            Vigilance Department.
    To
                            1.         All Heads of Department
                            2.         The Commissioner of Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram Divisions, all Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                            3.         All Heads of Boards and Corporations.
                           Dated Chandigarh, the 15th March, 1990.
    Subject:- Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery Appointment and functions of the Departmental Vigilance Officers.
    Sir,
                        I am directed to refer to the Vigilance Department's letter No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1) dated the 14th February, 1980 and a letter of even number dated the 22nd August, 1986 followed by discussion in a meeting of Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers of the various Departments held on the 4th July, 1989, on the subject noted above, and to say that in the above said letters it was emphasised that every Directorate/Department shall nominate a Chief Vigilance Officer for the entire department. The officer so nominated should be of a high caliber and highly motivated with interest in this type of work with impecable reputation for integrity. Their appointment shall be subject to the approval of the Government.
                     2. This matter has been considered and it has been felt that following points may be kept in mind before the selection of a suitable officer for this post :-
                                           (i) The selection and appointment of the Chief Vigilance Officer is to be by name keeping in view the suitability of the Officer concerned and not by Designation.
                                           (ii) No Vigilance enquiry should be pending against that officer nor should he had been indicated in any Vigilance enquiry in the past.
                                           (iii)The Chief Vigilance Officer should not be less than two ranks junior to the Head of the Department. (For example in the P.W.D. the Chief Vigilance Officer should preferably be of the rank of Senior Superintending Engineer.) A right selection at this time will be in the interest of Department.
                     3. As decided in the meeting of the Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers of the various departments held on 04.07.1989. Chief Vigilance Officers in each Department/Board/Corporation thus appointed will have regular consultations with the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, regarding their work and functioning.
                    4. I, therefore, request that you may please give your personal attention to this important task and arrange to send a panel of 3 suitable officers conforming to the above norms to this office within a week for making selection of the Chief Vigilance officers for your Department/Board/corporation.
    Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                                Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department.
    Endst. No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1)                                                       Dated, Chandigarh the 15th March, 1990.
    A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, Chandigarh with reference to his memo. No. 13334/SVB (H) dated 20.10.89.
                                                                                                                                                                Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department.
     A copy each is forwarded for information and necessary action to :-
                         (1) All Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
                         (2) All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
                                                                                                                                                                Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
    To
                       All the Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
                     All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
     U.O. No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1)                                                                         Dated, Chandigarh the 15th March, 1990.

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    No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1)
    From
                         The Chief Secretary to Govt., Haryana,
                        Vigilance Department.
    To
                   1.         All Heads of Departments in Haryana.
                  2.         The Commissioner of Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram Divisions, all Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                  3.         All Heads of Boards and Corporations in Haryana.
                Dated Chandigarh, the 8th May, 1990.
    Subject:- Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery.
    Sir,
                              I am directed to refer to Haryana Government, letter No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1) dated the 19th April, 1990, on the subject noted above and to say that proforma circulated with above said letter has been revised with a view to ensure that information furnished to Government, is complete & comprehensive. Revised proforma, now prescribed, is enclosed. As such, I am to request you that requisite information should be furnished to Vigilance Department every month on the enclosed proforma. The first such report on the enclosed proforma, should reach the Government by 15th May, 1990 and subsequently by the 15th of every month positively.
    2. Kindly acknowledge receipt.
                                                                                                                                                Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                                Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
    . Endst. No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1) Dated, Chandigarh the 8th May, 1990.
    A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, Chandigarh.
                                                                                                                                                               Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
     A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to :-
                      (1) All Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
                     (2) All Administrative Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
    He is requested kindly to ensure tat requisite information is furnished to Government by Departments under this control by the 15th of every month positively.
                                                                                                                                                               Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
    To
             1.All the Financial Commissioners/commissioners and Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
             2.All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
    U.O. No. 4/22/78-1 Vig. (1)                                                        Dated, Chandigarh the 8th May, 1990. No. 4/1/92-1 Vig. (1)

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    From
                         The Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana,
                         Vigilance Department.
    To
                                 1.         All Heads of Departments.
                                 2.         The Commissioner of Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram Divisions, all Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                                 3.          All Heads of Boards and Corporations.
                                 Dated Chandigarh, the 13thJanuary, 1992.
    Subject:- Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery Appointment and functions of the Departmental Chief Vigilance                   Officers/Vigilance Officers.
    Sir,
                I am directed to refer to the instructions contained in the Vigilance Department letter No. 4/22/78-1 Vig (1) dated 14th February, 1980 and letters of even No. dated 22nd August, 1986 and 15th March, 1990 on the subject noted above which inter-alia lay down the criteria for the appointment of Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers. In the letter dated 15.03.1990 it was envisaged that all the Departments/Boards/ Corporations may send a panel of three names of suitable Officers to this Department for making selection of the Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers. The matter has been re-examined, and it has been decided that nominations of Chief Vigilance Officers/ Vigilance Officers of the Departments/Boards/corporations will be made in future by the Administrative Secretary of the department concerned and there is no need to send a panel of names to Vigilance Department for this purpose. However, the Administrative Secretaries may ensure that the criteria out-lined in the instructions dated 15.03.1990 is strictly followed while making appointment of the Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance officers. The name of Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance officers so nominated should be sent to Vigilance Department immediately.
                                                                                                                                                              Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
    To
                      Endst. No. 4/1/92-1 Vig (1) Dated Chandigarh, the 13.1.92
    A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to the Director General, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, Chandigarh.
                                                                                                                                                              Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
    To
             A copy is forwarded for information and necessary action to :-
                             (1) All Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
                             (2) All Administrative Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
                                                                                                                                                              Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
     To
                         All the Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
                         All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
    U.O.No. 4/1/92-1 Vig. (1)                                               Dated, Chandigarh the 13th January, 1992.

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    Most Immediate Date Bound Reminder
    No. 4/1/92-1 Vig. (1)
    From
                            The Chief Secretary to Govt. Haryana,
                           Vigilance Department.
    To
                             1.         All Heads of Departments.
                            2.         The Commissioner of Ambala, Hisar, Rohtak and Gurugram Divisions, all Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                            3.         All Heads of Boards and Corporations. Dated Chandigarh, the 11.08.2003.
    Subject:- Reorganisation of the Vigilance Machinery - Appointment and functions of the Departmental Chief Vigilance                   Officers/Vigilance Officers.
    Sir,
                          I am directed to refer to Government letter No. 4/1/92-5V (1), dated the 3rd May, 2001 and reminders dated 29.05.2001 and 06.07.2001 and 31.01.2002 on the subject mentioned above vide which you were requested to send the names of Chief Vigilance Officers/Vigilance Officers of your Department so nominated, to the Vigilance Department within two days positively. But the requisite information has not been received from several departments/offices. You are, therefore, requested to supply the requisite information pertaining to your department/office to the Vigilance Department by return post.
                                                                                                                                  Superintendent Vigilance,
                                                                                                               for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                          Vigilance Department.
    A copy is forwarded to :-
                             (1) All the Financial Commissioners/Principal Secretaries/ Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
                            (2) All the Administrative Secretaries to Govt. Haryana.
     With reference to this department U.O. No. 4/1/92-5V(1) dated 3rd May, 2001 and reminders dated 29.05.2001 and 06.07.2001 and 31.01.2002 for information and necessary action.
    They are requested to direct all the departments under their control to send the requisite information to this department by return of post positively.
                                                                                                                                                             Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
     To
                        (1) All the Financial Commissioners/Principal Secretaries/ Commissioners and Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
                       (2) All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
    U.O.No. 4/1/92-1 Vig. (1)                                                  Dated, Chandigarh the 11.08.2003.
    No. 4/1/92-1 Vig. (1)                                                           Dated, Chandigarh the 11.08.2003.
    A copy is forwarded to Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, C- 10, Sector-6, Panchkula with reference to his D.O. letter No. 9820/1-4/SVB (H), Panchkula, dated 18.07.2003 for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                             Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
     

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    Subject :- Regarding prior consultation with the Central Govt., before entrusting a case to C.B.I.
    Wills--
                             1.All the Financial Commissioner, Haryana; and
                             2.All the Administrative Secretaries to Govt. of Haryana. Kindly refer to the subject noted above ? 4
            2. For sometime past, Government of India have noticed that State Govt. (S) make announcements about entrusting cases to C.B.I. for investigation, without prior consultation with the Govt. of India, which cause considerable embrrassment, all over in case of failure of the C.B.I. to take up to investigations for certain obvious reasons. In this connection, copies of D.O. letter No. 321/4/79-AVD-III, dated 26.06.1979 from Secretary to Govt., of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of personnel and Administrative Reforms to all the State Govt. (s) and D.O. letter No. 321/5/72-ADV (III), dated 05.06.1972 from Shri Ram Niwas Mirdha, Minister, Govt. of India, Department of Personnel, Cabinet Secretariat; together with enclosures are enclosed. It is requested that whenever it is proposed to entrust a case to the C.B.I. for investigation, the instructions contained in the communications referred to above may please be kept in view.
                                                                                                                                                           Sd/-
                                                                                                                                    Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     for Chief Secretary to Government Haryana,
                                                                                                                                      Vigilance Department. 
     To
                               1. All the Financial Commissioner, Haryana; and
                                2. All the Administrative Secretaries to Govt. of Haryana.
     U.O. No. 1/5/80-1 Vig.                                                                                                            Dated Chandigarh, the 14.07.1980

                                                                                          Confidential

    Mahashwar Prasad                                                                                             D.O. No. 321/4-79-AVD-III
    Secretary                                                                                                                      Government of India
                                                                                                                                             Ministry of Home Affairs
                                                                                                                                        Department of Personnel & A.B.
                                                                                                                                       New Delhi- 110 001 June 25, 1979.
    Dear Shri
                      Often, announcements are made about entrusting cases to the C.B.I for investigation. No doubt, the C.B.I will try to assist the State Government wherever possible, but it has certain limitations both of resources and jurisdiction. If, therefore, any announcements are made to the effect that investigation is being entrusted to the C.B.I and later it is found that the C.B.I is not in a position to take it up, it might cause considerable embarrassment all round, more so, if an assurance for a C.B.I investigation is sought for and given in the State legislative.
                  2. The types of cases which can be taken up for investigation by the C.B.I were broadly indicated to the State Governments in a confidential demi-official letter No. 321/5/72-AVD. III, dated June 5,1972, addressed to your Chief Minister, a copy of which is enclosed. As explained therein, the C.B.I. has a limited and specified jurisdiction. While it might be useful to bring in the agency of the C.B.I. where examination of a large number of documents, etc. is primarily involved, it may be noted that the C.B.I. may have no special advantage over the local or the State Police in matter where knowledge of local conditions, local bad characters, etc., is essentially needed.
                 3. While the Government of India will certainly try to assist the State Governments in extending to them the services of the C.B.I wherever possible, the need and the desirability of consulting the Central Government before making any announcements regarding entrusting of cases to the C.B.I cannot be over-emphasised. I shall be grateful. If this matter is brought to the notice of the State Government suitability, so that the factors involved may be considered carefully wherever it is proposed to ask for cases being entrusted to the C.B.I. for investigation.
                                                                                                                                                                   Yours sincerly,
                                                                                                                                                                       Sd/- (M. Prasad)

    Type of cases which are generally taken up for investigation by the C.B.I.

                                           TYPES OF CASES WHICH ARE GENERALILY TAKEN UP FOR
                                                                    INVESTIGATION BY THE C.B.I.

                            The Investigation Division of the C.B.I. is called the S.P.E. Division and functions under the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946. The S.P.E. was created to investigate cases involving Central Government Servants and cases involving interests of Central Government or Central Government Public Sector Undertakings. Later of cases relating to breaches of certain laws with the enforcement of which the Government of India is particularly concerned namely, braches of Import & Export (Central) Act and those of Foreign Regulations Act, and enforcement branch was created in the S.P.E. The C.B.I. was established round the nucleus of S.P.E. on 1st April, 1963. The S.P.E. became the main division of the C.B.I. A letter later the S.P.E. Division was divided into two Wings-General Offences Wing and Economic Offences Wing. The G.O.W. new investigate all cases relating to Central Government servants employees of Central Public undertakings, and other general offences involving interests of Government of India. The E.O.W. investigates economic offences, i.e., offences under the Import & Export Act, Foreign Exchange Regulations Act, Customs Act etc. Cases of frauds etc., involving Joint Stock Companies are also mostly investigated by E.O.W.
                          2. Under the D.S.P.E. Act the C.B.I. can only investigate the offences which have been notified by the Department of Personnel under section 3 of the D.S.P.E. Act. A complete list of the offences notified under this section is enclosed.
                          3. Legally the S.P.E. Division of the C.B.I. can investigate into any of the offences contained in the enclosed list. However, in accordance with the understanding with the State Governments it takes up, suo moto, only those cases which involve either Central Government servants of officers belonging to Public Sector Undertakings under the Central Government, or which involve financial or other interests of Central Government, or which involve financial or other interests of Central Government or Public Sector undertakings under the Central Government. It also takes up on its own initiative offences under certain Central Acts, mentioned above, with the enforcement of which Central Government is concerned. Cases not falling under any of the above categories, i.e. those mainly involving State Government employees or private persons can also be taken up by the C.B.I. but with the concurrence or at the request of the State Government concerned.
                          4. The C.B.I. is a small specialized investigating agency. The staff available with the C.B.I. for taking up cases referred to by States is extremely limited and the best use of the limited resources can be made by having a proper appreciation of the types of cases for which the C.B.I. has acquired an expertise. As a great majority of cases handled by the C.B.I. related to allegation of corruption or/cases relating to economic offences, the C.B.I. has acquired some expertise in investigation of such cases. As C.B.I. Officers, unlike local police officers, do not have any local influence they have naturally to depend more on documentary evidence than on oral evidence. They have, therefore, acquired considerable experience in examination of documents and accounts etc. There is also a Technical Division in the C.B.I. named by Income-tax Officers and Chartered. Accountant which provided technical assistance to Investigating Officers in cases involving examination of accounts of various types.
                        5. For the reasons mentioned above, the most suitable cases for being entrusted to the C.B.I. by states would be those which involving, examination of voluminous or difficult documents, or which cannot be properly investigated by the police of one State on account of Inter  State or even international ramifications. It will really be a waste of the limited resources of the C.B.I. to ask them to investigate cases which are investigated by the State Police will fall under this head. It might also be added that in such cases the C.B.I. suffers from certain disadvantages in prosecutions in Court because, unlike to local police, they do not have any hold over witnesses and, therefore, these can be more easily won over.
                                                                                    
                                                                                           Confidential

    D.O. No.321/5/72-1 VD (III)
    Minister, Department of Personnel
    Cabinet Secretariat
    Government of India.                                                                                                            New Delhi, 5 June, 1972.
                      From time to time we get requests from State Governments seeking help of the C.B.I. for investigating cases in the States. As the resources of the C.B.I. are very limited only a small number of cases which are really important and complicated in nature or may have Inter-State or international ramifications are given to it for investigation. I am enclosing herewith a note which briefly indicates the types of cases which are generally taken up for investigation by the C.B.I.
                      2. It may be seen that the C.B.I. is a small specialized Central Police Agency and derives its power of investigation from the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946. It is mainly meant for investigation of case relating to Central Government servants, employees of Central Public Undertakings and other general offences involving interests o the Govt. of India. It also investigates important economic offences, i.e., offences under the Imports & Exports Act, Foreign Exchange Regulations Act, Custom Act and frauds etc. involving Joint Stock Companies. The C.B.I. has no great advantages over the local police in investigating ordinary crimes like murders, riot, burglary and dacoity etc. Investigation of these crimes requires lot of oral evidence as well as knowledge of local criminals. Such crimes should, therefore, be left to the local police for investigation unless in any particular case there are special reasons for which its investigation need to be entrusted to the C.B.I.
                      3. While we will always be ready to make available the services of the C.B.I. to the States whenever requests for the same are made, you may kindly bear in mind its limited resources and the types of cases for the investigation of which it is really better equipped. In any case it will be desirable not to make any public announcement for entrusting a case to the C.B.I. for investigation without prior consultation with us.
                                                                                                                                                                              Yours sincerely,
                                                                                                                                                                                      Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                                         (Ram Nowas Mirdha)
                                                                                                                                                         The Chief Ministers of all the States.

    List of offences noticed under section 3 of the delhi special police esteblishment act, 1946 (25 of 1946)

    LIST OF OFFENCES NOTIFIED UNDER SECTION 3 OF THE DELHI SPECIAL POLICE ESTABLISHMENT ACT, 1946 (25 OF 1946).
    GROUP A
                             OFFENCES WHICH THE DELHI SPECIAL POLICE ESTABLISHMENT IS COMPETENT TO INVESTIGATE IN ALL STATES           INCLUDING JAMMU & KASHMIR EXCEPT IN CASES WHERE ANY OF SUCH OFFENCES HAS BEEN INDICATED BELOW AS NOT APPLICABLE TO ANY PARTICULAR STATE OR A PORTION THEREOF.
    M.H.A. Notification No. 25/12/62-ADV.1, dated 18.02.1963 read with M.H.A. Notification No. 25/9/64-AVD, dated 01.09.1964 Notification No. 228/2/65- AVD.II, dated 19.05.1966.
                      Offence punishable under sections 161,162,163,164,165,165A, 166,167,168,169,182,193,197,108,201,204,211,218,231,232,233,234, 235,236,237,238,239,240,241,242,243,244,245,246,247,248,249, 250, 251,252,253,254,255,256,257,258,259,260,261,262,263,263A,379,380, 381,382,384,385,386,387,388,389,403,406,407,408,409, 411, 412, 413, 414,417,418,419,420,465,466,467,468,471,,472,473,474,475,476,477A ,489A, 480B, 489C, 489D and 489E of the Indian Penal Code 1860 (XLV of 1860)
                 (These offences are not applicable to the State of Jammu & Kashmir).
                  2 .         Offences punishable under the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1947, (II of 1947)
                (These offences are not applicable to the State of Jammu & Kashmir).
                  3  .         Offences punishable under the Defence of India Act, 1962 and the Defence of India Rules framed there-under.
                  4.           Offences punishable under the Foreign Exchange Regulations Act, 1947 (VII of 1947).
                   (Applicable to Kohima and Mokokchung Districts of the State of Nagaland and not to the whole of Nagaland).
                  5.         Offences punishable under sections 01,52,55 and 56 of the India Post Office Act, 1898 ( VII of 1898).
                  6.         Offences punishable under section 63,68,116,538,539,540,541,542, 628,629 and 630 of the Companies Act, 1956 (1 to 1956).
                  7.         Offences punishable under the Indian Official Secrets Act, 1923 (XIX of 1923).
                  8.         Offences punishable under section 7 and 8 of the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (X of 1955) and conspiracies in relation thereto or in connection therewith.
                   9.         Offences punishable under section 24 (1) (iii) of the Industries (Development ad Regulation) Act, 1951 (LXV of 1951) and conspiracies in relation thereto or in connection therewith.
                  10.         Offences punishable under the Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act, 1933 (XVII of 1933).
                  11.         Offences punishable under  Telegraph wires (Unlawful Possession)Act, 1950 (XIXV of 1950)
                  12.         Offences punishable under section 27 of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 (XVII of 1885)
                  13.         Offence punishable under rule 6 of the Indian Passport Rules, 1950 read with sub-section (3) of section 3 of the Indian Passport Act, 1920 (XXIV of 1920)
                  14.         Offences punishable under section 4 of the registration of Foreigners Act, 1939 (XVI of 1939).
                  15.         Offences punishable under sections 10,11 and 12 of the Aircraft Act, 1934 (XII of 1934) and under any rule made under sections 5,7,8A or 8B of the said Act.
                  16.         Offences punishable under section 14 of the Foreigners Act, 1946 (XXXI of 1946).
                  17.         Attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the offences mentioned in items 1 to 7 and items 10 to 16 above and any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    II. M.H.A. Notification No. 25/3/60-AVD-II dated 1.4.1964
                
    18.         Offences punishable under section 132,133,134,135 and 136 of the Customs Act, 1962 (52 of 1962).and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with these offences and any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    III. M.H.A. Notification No. 228/1/65 (1) AVD-II dated 08.02.1965.
                 19.         Offences punishable under section 10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19,20 and 21 of the Dangerous Drugs Act, 1930 (2 of 1930).
    IV. M.H.A. Notification No. 25/4/64- AVD.II dated 21.11.1967.
                 20.         Offences punishable under section 277 and 278 of the Income Tax Act, 1961, (43 of 1961).
                 21.         Offences punishable under sections 9 and 17 of the Central Excises and Sale Act, 1944 (1 of 1944), and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    V. M.H.A. Notification No. 228/6/67- AVD.II dated 15.07.1970
                22.         Offences punishable under section 12 of the Passport Act, 1967 (15 of 1976), and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts
    VI.Department of Personnel Notification No. f228/1167-AVD-II, dated 03.09.1970.
                23.         Offences punishable under section 6 of the Air Craft Act, 1934 (22 of 1934), and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    GROUP B
                       OFFENCES IN WHICH JURISDICTION OF THE DELHI SPECIAL POLICE ESTABLISHMENT HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DIFFERENT STATES BUT NOT TO ALL THE STATE. NAME(S) OF THE STATE/STATES IN WHICH JURISDICTION AND POWERS HAVE NOT BEEN EXTENDED, HAVE BEEN INDICATED IN SQUARE BRACKETS BELOW EACH ITEM.
    I. M.H.A. Notification No. 228/4/66 AVD-II(1), dated 23.12.1966.
                   1.          Offences punishable Under Sections 124A and 505 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860), and attempts, abetment and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any of these offences.
     (States of Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and J&K).
    II. M.H.A. Notification No. 25/12/62 AVD-I dated 18.02.1968.
                   2.          Offences punishable under the Imports and Exports (Control) Act 1947 (XVIII OF 1947);
                   3.         Offences punishable under sections 104 and 105 of the Insurance Act 1938 (IV of 1938);
                   4.         Offences punishable under the Railways Stores (Unlawful Possession) Act, 1955 (II of 1955); and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the offences mentioned in item 2 to 4 above and any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    (State of Nagaland).
    III. M.H.A. Notification No. 228/1/65- AVD-II dated 08.02.1965.
                5.         Offences punishable under section 9 of the Opium Act, 1978 ( I of1978) (Jammu & Kashmir)
    IV. M.H.A. Notification No. 25/4/64 AVD-II dated 21.11.1967.
               6.         Offences punishable under section 196,199 and 200 of the India Penal Code ( 45 of 1860), and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the one or more of these offences and any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    (State of Jammu & Kashmir)
    V. M.H.A. Notification No. 228/7/65- AVD-II dated 13.07.1970.
               7.         Offences punishable under section 500, 501 and 502 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860( 45 of 1860), and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the one or more of these offences and any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    (State of Punjab &Tamil Nadu).
    M.H.A. Notification No. 228/3/66- AVD-II dated 10.07.1980
             8.         Offences punishable under section 171E and 171F of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (48 of1860);
             9.         Offences punishable under sections 31 and 32 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 ( 43 of1951); and
             10.         Offences punishable under sections 128,129,134 and 136 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951 ( 43 of 1951); and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the one or more of the offences mentioned in items 8 to 10 above and other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    (Jammu and Kashmir in respect of items 8 to 10 and Tamil Nadu in respect of item 8 above);
    Note The offences mentioned in item 5, above apply to the Tuensang Distt. Of Nagaland and not to the whole of Nagaland.
    GROUP C
                          OFFENCES UNDER THE STATE ACTS AND WHICH CAN BE INVESTIGATED BY THE DELHI SPECIAL POLICE ESTABLISHMENT IN THE STATE CONCERNED ONLY.
    M.H.A. Notification No. 228/4/66 AVD-II(1), dated 07.10.1986.

             Offences punishable under the West Bengal Security Act, 1950(West Bengal Act XIXof 1950) as re-acted by the West Bengal Security (Re- enactment and Validation) Ordinance, 1966; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences.
    (Applicable to the State of West Bengal only)
    M.H.A. Notification No. 25/3/60- AVD-II dated 01.04.1964.
    2.          Offence punishable under sections 161,162,163,164,165,166,167, 168, 169,182,193,197,198,201,204,211,218,231,232,233,234,235,236, 237,238,239,240,241,242,243,246,247,248,249,250,251,252,253,254, 258,259,260,261,262,263,263A,379,380,381,382,384,385,386,387, 388,389,403,406,407,408,409,411,412,413,414,417,418,419,420,465, 466,467,468,471, 472, 473, 474, 475,477A,489A,489B,489C & 489D of the Jammu and Kashmir State Ranbir Penal Code, 1989 ( 12 of1989).
    3.          Offences punishable under the Jammu & Kashmir State Prevention of Corruption Act, 2006 (13 of 2006).
    4.          Attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the offences mentioned in items 2 and 3 above any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    (Applicable to the State of Jammu and Kshmir only).
    M.H.A. Notification No. 228/8/67 AVD-II dated 02.01.1969.
             Offences punishable under sections 47and 55 of the Bihar and Orissa Excise Act, 1915 (Bihar and Orissa Act 2 of 1915); and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the one or more of the offences and any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    (Applicable to the States of Bihar and Orissa only).
    M.H.A. Notification No. 228/3/69 AVD-II dated 24.10.1969.
             Offences punishable under sections 5.6.9 and 10 of the Assam Opium Prohibition Act, 1947; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the one or more of these offences mentioned above and any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    (Applicable to the State of Assam only)
    GROUNP D.
                                    OFFENCES IN WHICH JURISDICTION OF THE DELHI SPECIAL POLICE ESTABLISHMENT HAS NOT BEEN EXTENDED BY A GENERAL ORDER TO ANY STATE AND WHICH CAN BE INVESTIGATGED BY THEM IN THE UNION TERRITORIES ONLY. I. M.H.A Notification No.228/5/65-AVD-II, dated 26-6-1965
             Offences punishable under sections 13,27 and 28 of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act,1940 (23 of 1940)
    Offences punishable under section 16 of the Preventions of Adulteration of Food Act, 1954; and attempts abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with these offences and any other offences committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    II. M.H.A Notification No.228/1/66-AVD-II dated 1-3-1966 read, with their Notification No.228/1/68-AVD-II(I), dated 18-2-1968 .
             Offences punishable under one or more the following section of the Indian Penal Code ,1860(45 of 1860) namely:- Sections 302,303,304,304-A and 307 & 308 ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    III. M.H.A Notification No.228/1/70-AVD-II, dated 13.2.1970
             Offences punishable under Sections 148,149 and 452 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    IV. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/8/70-AVD-II, dated 7-9-1970
             Offences punishable under Sections 147,336 and 342 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    V. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/9/70-AVD-II, dated 19-12-1970

             Offences punishable under Sections 114 and 456 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    VI. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/4/71-AVD-II, dated 27-3-1971
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             Offences punishable under Sections 285,286,426 and 436 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    VII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/2/71-AVD-II, dated 21-4-1971

             Offences punishable under Sections 2 of the Criminal Law Act, 1961(28 of 1961) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    VIII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/6/71-AVD-II, dated 15-5-1971.
             Offences punishable under Sections 435 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    IX. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/9/71-AVD-II, dated 5-6-1971.
             Offences punishable under Sections 279 or sections 304-A of both the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    X. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/10/71-AVD-II, dated 9-7-1971.
             Offences punishable under Sections 323,324,354,379 and 399 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860)
             Offences punishable under Sections 25 and 26 of the Arms Act, 1959 (54 of 1959)
             Offences punishable under Sections 4 and 5 of the Explosive substance Act,1908 (6 of 1908) 14.
    Attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in items 11,12 and 13 and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XI. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/5/72-AVD-II, dated 21-4-1972.
             Offences punishable under Sections 338 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
     XII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/8/72-AVD-II, dated 2-5-1972.
             Offences punishable under Sections 337,427,440and 454 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XIII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/1/69-AVD-II, dated 7-6-1972.
             
    Offences under Sections 85,86,87,88,89,90,91 and 96 of the Gold (Control) Act.1968 (45 of 1968) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XIV. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/9/72-AVD-II, dated 14-6-1972.
    18. Offences punishable under Sections 5 of the Antiquities (Export Control) Act,1947 (31 of 1947 ); and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XV. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/7/72-AVD-II, dated 2-7-1972.
             
    Offences punishable under Sections 363,363-A, 364 and 365 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XVI. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/12/72-AVD-II, dated 25-10-1972.
             Offences punishable under Section 457 of both the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XVII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/21/72-AVD-II, dated 27-2-1973.
             Offences punishable under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XVIII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/9/73-AVD-II, dated 2nd June 1973.

             Offences punishable under Section 394 the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
     XIX. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/2/74-AVD-II, dated 23rd April 1974. 23.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act,1973 (46 of 1973)
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any offence mentioned in clause (a) and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XX. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/215/75-AVD-II, dated 22nd July, 1974.
             (a) Offences punishable under the Defence of India Act , 1971 (42 of 1971); and the Defence of India Rules 1971.
             (b) attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any offence mentioned in clause (a) and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXI. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/21/74-AVD-II, dated 22nd July 1974.

             (a) Offences punishable under the Atomic energy Act, 1962 (33 of 1962) ; and attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences mentioned in clause (a)and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts. XXII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/1/75-AVD-II, dated 7th January 1975. 26(a) Offences punishable under section 3 the Explosive substance Act 1980 (6 of 1908)
             (b) Offences punishable under section 120-B of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860):
             (C) attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any offences, mentioned in clause (a) and (b) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXIII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/26/74-AVD-II,dated 21st February 1975.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under sections 333, 353, 395, 396, 397, 504, 506 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 ( 45 of 1860) ; and
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any offence mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXIV. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/13/75-AVD-II, dated 19th August 1975.
             (a) Offences punishable under the Additional Emoluments (Compulsory Deposit) Act, 1974 (37 of 1974 and
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any offence mentioned in clause (a)and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXV. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/3/75-AVD-II, dated 28th August 1975.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under section 35 of the Gift Act, 1958 (18 of 1958);
             (b) Offences punishable under section 36 of the Wealth Tax Act. 1957 (27 of 1957);
    XXVI. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/1/75-AVD-II,dated 15th September 1975.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under section 27 of the Arms Act, 1959 (54 of 1959) ;
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a)above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXVII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/4/76-AVD-II, dated 23rd March 1976.
            
    (a) Offences punishable under sub section (3) of section 5 and section 12 of the Indian Explosive Act. 1884 (4 of 1984) ; and
             (b) Offences punishable under section 6 of the Explosive substances act, 1908 (6 of 1908);
             (c)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more or the offences mentioned in clause (a)and (b) and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXVIII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/11/76-AVD-II, dated 25th July 1976 .
             (a) Offences punishable under sections 121, 121-A and 122 the Indian Penal, Code 1980 (43 of 1980);
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts. \
    XXIX. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/18/76-AVD-II, dated 26th July 1976.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under section 431 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860) ;
             (b) Offences punishable under section 127 of the Indian Railways Act, 1890 (9 of 1890) (C) attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a)and (b) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXX. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/13/76-AVD-II, dated 13th September 1976.
             (a) Offences punishable under section 25 of the Antiquities and Art Treasures Act,1972 (52 of 1972)
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXXI. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/1/77-AVD-II, dated 10th February 1977.
             (a) Offences punishable under section 509 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860);
             (b) attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXXII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/7/77-AVD-II,dated 4th June 1977 .
             (a) Offences punishable under sections 220 and 344 of the Indian Penal Code 1860 (45 of 1860):
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of these offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXXIII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/9/77-AVD-II,dated 19th September 1977.

             (a) Offences punishable under section 293-A of the Companies Act, 1956 (1 of 1956);
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any of the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXXIV. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/13/77-AVD-II,dated 9th December 1977
    .
             (a) Offences punishable under section 447 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, (45 of 1860)
             (b) attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXXV. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/11/78-AVD-II, dated 12th July 1972 .
             (a) Offences punishable under section 112 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939 (4 of 1939); 44
             (b) Offences punishable under section 40 of the Indian Electricity Act, 1910 (9 of 1910) ;
             (c) attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) & (b) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXXVI. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/12/78-AVD-II, dated 18th July ,1978.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under section 186, 189 and 443 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (45 of 1860); and
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
     XXXVII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/3/75-AVD-II, dated 31st July 1978.
             (a) Offences punishable under section 35-A, 35-D ,35-E and 35-F of the Wealth Tax Act, 1957 (27 of 1957) ; and
             (b) Offences punishable under section 276-C of the Income Tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961):and
             (c ) attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with any of the offence mentioned in clause (a) and (b) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXXVIII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/3/78-AVD-II, dated 7th October 1978.
             (a) Offences punishable under section 25 of the General Insurance Business (Nationalization) Act 1972 (57 of 1972) ; and
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XXXIX. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/13/76-AVD-II, dated 22nd November 1978.
             (a) Offences punishable under section 25 of the Antiquities and art Treasures Act ,1972 (52 of 1972) ; and
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XL. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/9/79-AVD-II, dated 17th July 1979.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under sections 277,325,332,392,398 and 495 of the Indian Penal Code 1860 (45 of 1860) ; and
             (b) offences punishable under section 120 of the Indian Railways Act 1890 (9 of 1890); (c ) attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) and (b) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XLI. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/11/79-AVD-II, dated 8th November 1979.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under section 68-A of the Companies act 1956 (1 of 1956) :
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.
    XLII. Department of Personnel Notification No.228/14/79-AVD-II, dated 21st November 1979.
             
    (a) Offences punishable under section 376 of the Indian Penal Code 1860 (45 of 1860);
             (b)attempts, abetments and conspiracies in relation to or in connection with one or more of the offences mentioned in clause (a) above and any other offence committed in the course of the same transaction arising out of the same facts.

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    No.4/1/84-I Vig.(I)
    From
                                  Financial Commissioner and secretary to Government,
                                 Haryana, Vigilance Department.
     To 
                               1.All Heads of Departments, Commissioners Ambala and Hisar Divisions and All the Deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
                              2.The registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh. Dated Chandigarh, the 18th June 1984.
    Subject: Sanction for prosecution to accused officials/officers of various Government Departments.
    Sir,
                              I am directed to invite your attention to the subject noted above and to say that a number of Criminal cases are pending with the State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana as necessary sanction for prosecution from the Government/Heads of Departments concerned have not so far been received. Most of these cases relate to raid cases wherein accused persons were caught red handed. In normal course competent Law Court i.e District Special Judge is to decide whether an accused is guilty or not. Delay in issuing sanction for prosecution leads to delay in submission of the challan in the courts. This spoils the cases as PWs are either won over by the accused in due time or they lose interest in the case. This results into failure or a case, which is a serious matter.
                          2. It is , therefore, requested that it may kindly be ensured that necessary sanction for prosecution is issued to the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana without any delay.
                                                                                                                                                               Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                                         Sd/- 
                                                                                                                                                                   Joint Secretary,
                                                                                                                       Vigilance for Financial Commissioner and Secretary
    '                                                                                                                              to Government, Haryana, Vigilance Department.
    Copies forwarded to the :-
                                      1.All Financial Commissioners, Haryana.
                                      2.All Administrative secretaries to Government, Haryana for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                                         Sd/- 
                                                                                                                                                                   Joint Secretary,
                                                                                                                       Vigilance for Financial Commissioner and Secretary
    '                                                                                                                              to Government, Haryana, Vigilance Department.
    To
                                  1.Financial Commissioners, Haryana.
                                  2.All Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
    U.O No.4/1/84-I Vig(I)                                                                          dated the 18the June ,1984.
    No.4/1/84-I Vig(I)                                                                                   dated the 18the June ,1984.
                                 A copy is forwarded to the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, Chandigarh with reference to his D.O No.8155 dated 16th May,1984 for information and necessary action. Yours faithfully.
                                                                                                                                                                         Sd/- 
                                                                                                                                                                   Joint Secretary,
                                                                                                                       Vigilance for Financial Commissioner and Secretary
    '                                                                                                                              to Government, Haryana, Vigilance Department.

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    Øekad 4@1@84&1pkS 1
    izs"kd
                          vk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                          pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                        1- gfj;k.kk ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr fglkj rFkk vEckyk e.My ,oa gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDr A
                         2- jftLVkj] iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky;]rFkk ftyksa ds lHkh ftyk ,oa l= U;k;k/kh'k A
                      fnukad 11 ekpZ 1985
    fo"k; %&

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    egksn;]
                       eq>s mijksDr fo"k; ij vkidk /;ku gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds ifji= dzekad 4@1@ 84 &1 pkS 1 fnukad 13 twu 1984 dh vksj fnykus rFkk ;g dgus dk funsZ'k gqvk gS fd funs'kd]jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks]gfj;k.kk }kjk ljdkj ds /;ku esa yk;k x;k gS fd tc fdlh ljdkjh deZpkjh ds fo:} U;k;ky; esa pkyku izLrqr djus ls iwoZ mlds vfHk;kstu dh lSD'ku nsus ds fy;s l{e izkf/kdkjh ls visf{kr lSD'ku tkjh djus ds fy;s vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS rks os dbZ ckj lEcfU/kr deZpkfj;ksa ds ckjs esa vius Lrj vFkok vius v/khuLFk vf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk ,d lkekUrj tkap vkjEHk dj nsrs gS ftl ls ekeys dks U;k;ky; esa izLrqr djus esa vuko';d nsjh gks tkrh gS A ljdkj us bl ekeys ij fopkj fd;k gS vkSj ;g ik;k x;k gS fd l{e izkf/kdkjh;ksa }kjk bl izdkj dh lekukUrj tkap djuk dkuwuh n`f"V ls mfpr ugh gS A vr% ;g fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd Hkfo"; esa l{e izkf/kdkfj;ksa dks nks"kh deZpkfj;ksa ds lEcU/k esa tks elkSnk tkap@vUos"k.k }kjk miyC/k djok;k tk;s os mlh ds vk/kkjij vfHk;kstu dh lSDa'ku ;Fkk'kh?kz tkjh dj fn;k djsaA ;fn fdlh fcUnq ij lEcfU/kr vf/kdkjh lUrq"V u gksa rks og vkxkeh dk;Zokgh djus ls iwoZ lEcfU/kr tkap@vUos"k.k vf/kdkjh ls viuh lUrqf"V ds fy;s vksSj lkexzh Hkh eaxok ldrk gS A ;fn fdlh Ekkeys esa lSDa'ku nsus ds fy;s prima facie dsl u curk gks rks lSDa'ku fMDykbZu dj fn;k tk;k djsa rkfd bl izdkj ds Ekkeys dks U;k;ky;ksa esa izLrqr djus esa vuko';d nsjh u gks A
                2- d`i;k bu vkns'kksa dh dM+h ikyuk gsrw lHkh lEcfU/kr vf/kdkfj;ksa ds /;ku esa yk fn;k tk;s A
               3- d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh Hkstsa A
                                                                                            gLrk@&
                                                                                    mi lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                  d`rs% eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                               pkSdlh foHkkx A
    ,d izfr lHkh foÙkk;qDrksa rFkk iz'kkldh; lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj dks lwpukFkZ@vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrw vxzsf"kr gS A
                                                                                      gLrk@&
                                                                                    mi lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                  d`rs% eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj]

                                                                              
    pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa                
                      1- lHkh foÙkk;qDr] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                     2- lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
             v'kk% dzekad 4@1@84&1pkS1                   fnukad 11 vizSy 1985 
             i`"Bkdu dzekad 4&1@84 pkS-1                  fnukad 11 vizsSy 1985
               ,d izfr funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks]gfj;k.kk dks muds v/kZ ljdkjh i= dzekad 13710@l-fo-C;w-g fnukad 28 fnlEcj 1984 ds lUnHkZ esa lwpuk vxzsf"kr gS A
                                                                                            gLrk@&
                                                                                    mi lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                  d`rs% eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                               pkSdlh foHkkx A

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    dzekad 4@1@84&1pkS1
    izs"kd
                     vk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                     pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                    1- gfj;k.kk ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr fglkj rFkk vEckyk e.My ,oa gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDr A
                   2- jftLVkj] iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky;]rFkk ftyksa ds lHkh ftyk ,oa l= U;k;k/kh'k A
                 fnukad 11 ekpZ 1989
    fo"k;%&

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    egksn;]
                   eq>s vki dk /;ku mijksDr fo"k; ij gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds ifji= dzekad 4@1@84 &1pkS1 fnukad 11 vizSy 1985 dh vksj fnykus dk funsZ'k gqvk gS ftl esa ;g mYys[k fd;k x;k Fkk fd fdlh nks"kh ljdkjh deZpkjh ds fo:} U;k;ky; esa pkyku izLrqr djus ls iwoZ ml ds vfHk;kstu dh lSD'ku ds ckjs esa fu.kZ; ysrs le; l{e izkf/kdkjh }kjk nks"kh deZpkjh ds fo:} vius Lrj ij vFkok vius v/khuLFk vf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk dksbZ lkekUrj tkap vkjEHk u djokrs gq, vfHk;kstu dh lSD'ku mlh elkSnsa ds vk/kkj ij tkjh dj nh tk;k djsa tks mUgs tkap@vUos"k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk miyC/k djok;k tk, vkSj ;fn fdlh fcUnq ij lEcfU/kr vf/kdkjh lUrq"V u gks rks og vkxkeh dk;Zokgh djus ls iwoZ lEcfU/kr tkap@vUos"k.k vf/kdkjh ls viuh lUrqf"V ds fy;s vkSj lkexzh Hkh eaxok ldrk gS A bu fgnk;rksa esa ;g Hkh mYys[k fd;k x;k Fkk fd ;fn fdlh ekeys esa vfHk;kstu dh lSDa'ku nsus ds fy;s prima facieass dsl u curk gks rks lSD'ku fMDykbZu dj nh tk;k djsa rkfd bl izdkj ds ekeyksa dks U;k;ky; esa izLrqr djus esa vuko';d nsjh u gks A egkfuns'kd]jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk }kjk ljdkj ds /;ku esa yk;k x;k gS fd cgqr ls izkf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk bu fgnk;rksa dk n`<rk ls ikyu ugh fd;k tk jgk gSAftlls ekeyksa dks U;k;ky;ksa esa izLrqr djus esa vuko';d nsjh gks jgh gS A blds vfrfjDr ;g Hkh crk;k x;k gS fd dbZ ckjsa ,ssls ekeyksa es foHkkx vius Lrj ij ,d lekUrj tkap djuk vkjEHk dj nsrs gSA ftlls u dsoy nsjh gksrh gS cfYd ,sls lekUrj tkap dkuwuh n`f"V ls Hkh Bhd ugha gS A vr% vkils iqu% vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd lanHkkZ/khu i= }kjk tkjh dh xbZ fgnk;rksa dk Hkfo"; es n`<rk ls ikyu fd;k tk;s A

    d`i;k bldh ikorh Hkstsa A                                                                                                 Hkonh;
                                                                                                      gLrk@&
                                                                                                voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                                                d`rs% foÙkk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj
                                                                                               pksSdlh foHkkx A
    ,d izfr lHkh foÙkk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj dks lwpukFkZ ,oa vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrw Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                                      gLrk@&
                                                                                                voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                                                d`rs% foÙkk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj
                                                                                               pksSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                     1- lHkh foÙkk;qDr ] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                    2- lHkh vk;qDr ,oa iz'kkldh; lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
                      v'kk% dzekad 4@1@86&1pkS1                   fnukad 11 ekpZ 1989
                      i`"Bkdu dzekad 4@1@86&2pkS1               fnukad 11 ekpZ 1989
    ,d izfr egkfuns'kd]jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks]gfj;k.kk dks muds v/kZ ljdkjh i= dzekad 2852 ,l-ch-ch-,p fnukad 2 ekpZ 1989 ds lUnHkZ esa lwpukFkZ Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                                      gLrk@&
                                                                                                voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                                                d`rs% foÙkk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj
                                                                                               pksSdlh foHkkx A

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    dzekad 1@15@78&1pkS1
    izs"kd
                   vk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                  pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa lso
                 1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr fglkj rFkk vEckyk e.My ,oa gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDr A
                 2- jftLVkj] iatkc ,oa gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk lHkh ftyk ,oa l= U;k;k/kh'kA
                  fnukad 19 ebZ 1989
    fo"k; %& pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk yxkbZ tkus okyh ?kkrksa@jsMt esa jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa dk lg;ksx A
    egksn;]
                eq>s vki dk /;ku mijksDr fo"k; ij gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds ifji= dzekad 1@15@78 &1 pkS1 fnukad 25 tuojh 1983 dh vksj fnykus dk funsZ'k gqvk gS ftl esa ;g mYys[k fd;k x;k gS fd ljdkjh deZpkjh fo'ks"kr;k jktif=r vf/kdkjh]pkSdlh foHkkx ds vuqjks/k ij muds }kjk vk;ksftr fd;s x;s Vsªil@jsMt esa lg;ksx nsus o mUgs foVuSl djus esa VkyeVksy djrs gS A ljdkj us ;g Li"V djrs gq, fd og jsMt VsSªil ds lQy vuqla/kku@lQy vfHk;kstu dks vR;Ur egRoiw.kZ le>rh gS] lHkh deZpkfj;ksa fo'ks"kr;k jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa dks ;g funsZ'k fn;k Fkk fd tc Hkh pkSdlh foHkkx ds vf/kdkjh lg;ksx lgk;rk ds fy;s muds ikl vk;sa rks os mUgs viuk iw.kZ lg;ksx lgk;rk iznku djsa A ljdkj ds uksfVl esa vk;k gS fd bu fgnk;rksa dk n`<rk ls ikyu ugha fd;k tk jgk gSaA bl lEc/k esa ljdkj us vc ;g Hkh fu.kZ; fy;k gS fd jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks dh jsfMx ikVhZ esa 'kkfey gksus okys vf/kdkjh }kjk jsM fd;s tkus ds rqjUr i'pkr jsM dh okLrfod fLFkfr dh fjiksVZ vius ofj"B vf/kdkjh Next Superior Authority  dks fcuk pwd Hksth tk;k djsa A vr% vkils vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd bu fgnk;rksa dks lHkh vf/kdkfj;ksa ds /;ku esa iqu% dM+h vuqikyuk gsrw yk fn;k tk;s A
    d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh Hkstsa A
                                                                                       Hkonh;
                                                                                      gLrk@&
                                                                                 voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                               d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                             pkSdlh foHkkx A
             i`- dzekad 1@15@78&1pkS1                  fnukad 19 ebZ 1989
              ,d izfr egkfuns'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk dks muds v/kZ ljdkjh i= dzekad 2852 ,l-ch-ch-,p fnukad 2 ekpZ 1989 ds lUnHkZ esa lwpukFkZ Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                      gLrk@&
                                                                                 voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                               d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                             pkSdlh foHkkx A
    ,d izfr lHkh foÙkk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj dks lwpukFkZ Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                      gLrk@&
                                                                                 voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                               d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa fo'ks"k lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                             pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
    lHkh foÙkk;qDr rFkk vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
    v'kk % dzekad 1@15@78&1pkS1 fnukad 19 ebZ 1989

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    rRdky              
    eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                 1- gfj;k.kk ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr vEckyk] fglkj] jksgrd rd xqMxkao e.My ,oa gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh                   mik;qDr A
               2- jftLVkj] iatkc ,oa gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk ftyksa ds lHkh ftyk ,oa l= U;k;k/kh'k A
    fnukad p.Mhx< 11 tqykbZ 2003
    fo"k; %& 

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    egksn;]
                  mijksDr fo"k; ij eq>s vkidk /;ku gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds ifji= dzekad 4@1@84&1pkS 1 fnukad 11 ekpZ 1989 dh vksj fnykus rFkk ;g dgus dk funsZ'k gqvk gS fd ljdkj }kjk le;&2 ij tkjh dh xbZ fgnk;rksa ds vuqlkj fdlh nks"kh ljdkjh deZpkjh ds fo:} U;k;ky; esa pkyku izLrqr djus ls iwoZ mlds vfHk;kstu dh Lohd`fr ds ckjs esa fu.kZ; ysrs le; l{e izkf/kdkjh }kjk nks"kh deZpkjh ds fo:) vius Lrj ij vFkok vius v/khuLFk vf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk dksbZ lekukUrj tkap vkjEHk u djokrs gq, vfHk;kstu dh Lohd`fr mlh elkSns ds vk/kkj ij tkjh dj nh tk;k djsa tks mUgs tkap@vUos"k.k vf/kdkjh }kjk miyC/k djok;k x;k gS A ;fn fdlh fcUnq ij lEcfU/kr vf/kdkjh lUrq"V u gks rks og vc vkxkeh dk;Zokgh djus ls iwoZ lEcfU/kr tkap@vUos"k.k vf/kdkjh ls viuh lUrqf"V ds fy;s vkSj lkexzh Hkh eaxok ldrk gS A vxj fdlh ekeys esa Lohd`fr nsus ds fy;s izFke n`f"V ls dsl u curk gks rks Lohd`fr u nh tk;s rkfd ekeys dks U;k;ky;ksa esa izLrqr djus esa vuko';d nsjh u gks A            2- egkfuns'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk }kjk ljdkj ds /;ku esa ;g yk;k x;k gS fd cgqr ls izkf/kdkfj;ksa }kjk ljdkj dh bu fgnk;rksa dh ikyuk ugha dh tk jgh gS vkSj ,sls ekeyksa dks U;k;ky;ksa esa izLrqr djus esa vuko';d nsjh gks jgh gS A bl lEcU/k esa pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk Hkh le; le; ij Lej.k i=@v/kZ ljdkjh i= lEcfU/kr l{e izkf/kdkfj;ksa dks fy[kus ds ckctwn Hkh visf{kr vfHk;kstu dh Lohd`fr tkjh ugh dh tk jgh gS A ljdkj us bls cMh xEHkhjrk ls fy;k gS vkSj ;g fu.kZ; fy;k gS fd Hkfo"; esa vfHk;kstu dh Lohd`fr tkjh djus dh f=ekgh fjiksVZ ds vUnj vFkkZr 15 vizSy ]15 tqykbZ]15 vDrwcj vkSj 15 tuojh rd pkSdlh foHkkx esa vo'; Hkstsa ftl esa ,sls reke ekeyksa esa Lohd`fr tkjh u fd;s tk ldus ds dkj.kksa dk fooj.k Hkh fn;k gks A fdlh vU; vf/kdkjh }kjk gLrk{kj djds Hksth xbZ fjiksVZ ljdkj dks ekU; ugh gksxh A vr% vkils iqu% vuqjks/k fd;k tkrk gS fd ,sls ekeyksa esa ljdkj dh fgnk;rksa dk Hkfo"; esa n`<+rk ls ikyu lqfuf'pr fd;k tk;s A


     d`i;k bldh ikorh HkstsA
                                                                                          Hkonh;
                                                                                           ljdkj]
                                                                                         gLrk@&
                                                                              voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                                                        d`rs% eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk
     ,d izfr lHkh foÙkk;qDr@iz/kku lfpo rFkk vk;qDr ,oa iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj dh lwpukFkZ ,oa vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrw Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                         gLrk@&
                                                                                     lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                                                        d`rs% eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk
                                                                             pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                 1- lHkh foÙkk;qDr@iz/kku lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                 2-lHkh vk;qDr ,oa iz'kkldh;] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
    v'kk% dzekad 4@1@84&1pkS1 fnukad 11 tqykbZ 2003
    ,d izfr gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh izcU/kd funs'kd]cksMZ@dkjiksjs'ku dks lwpukFkZ ,oa vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrw Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                         gLrk@&
                                                                              voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                                                        d`rs% eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk
                                                                             pkSdlh foHkkx A
    i`"Bkdu dzekad 4@1@84&1pkS1 ,d izfr funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk lh&10 lSDVj&6 iapdwyk dks lwpukFkZ ,oa vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrw Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                         gLrk@&
                                                                              voj lfpo]pkSdlh]
                                                                        d`rs% eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk
                                                                             pkSdlh foHkkx A

    fj'or[kksj ljdkjh deZpkfj;kssa ij ?kkr yxkus dh uhfr deZpkfj;k>sa ij ?kkr yxkus dh uhfr A

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    dzzekad 1244&1 pkS0 1&72@9512
    izs"kd
                        foÙkk;qDr x`g lfpo]
                        gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx A

    lsok esas
                   1- lHkh foHkkxk/;{k vk;qDr] vEckyk e.My rFkk gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDrA
                   2- jftLVkj] iatkc ,oa gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh ftyk ,oa lS'ku U;k;k/kh'kA
                  fnukad p.Mhx< 13-4-72
    fo"k; %&      fj'or[kksj ljdkjh deZpkfj;kssa ij ?kkr yxkus dh uhfr A            
                 eq>s funsZ'k gqvk gS eSa vkidk /;ku mij fn;s fo"k; ij pkSdlh foHkkx ds i= la[;k 2273&1pkS1&70@23313@, fnukad 1 flrEcj 1970 dh vksj fnykuk vkSj ;g crkuk fd jkT; ljdkj us fj'or[kksj ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ij fo'ks"k tkap vfHkdj.k }kjk Nkis ekjus ds ekeyksa ij fQj fopkj fd;k gS rFkk ;g fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd bl ckjs esa fuEufyf[kr Bksl mik; fd;s tk, %&
    1- jkT; eq[;ky; ds vjktif=r deZpkfj;ksa ij Nkis ekjus ds fy;s funs'kd] fo'ks"k tkap vfHkdj.k vius veys dks funsZ'k nsus ds fy;s leFkZ gksxsa] ijUrq ,sls funsZ'k nsus ls iwoZ og lEc) foHkkxk/;{k ls lykg djsaxs
    2-  fo'ks"k tkap vfHkdj.k ds vf/kdkjh ftUgs Nkis ekjus ds fy;s dkuwu }kjk vf/kdkj fn;k x;k  fy;s dkuwu }kjk vf/kdkj fn;k x;k Authorised gS {ks=
    Field esa dke djus okys vjktif=r ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ds lEcU/k esa ,slk djus ds fy;s leFkZ gksxsa] ijUrq bl izdkj ds Nkis ekjus ls igys ml ftys ds mik;qDr dh fo'ks"k vkKk  Specific permission izkIr djsaxsaA
    3- jktif=r deZpkfj;ksa ij Nkis ekjus ds vkns'k lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk funs'kd fo'ks"k tkap vfHkdj.k dks fn;s tk,xsa A vkbZ-lh-,l-] vkbZ-,- ,l- rFkk ,p-lh-,l- dk;Zdkjh 'kk[kk vf/kdkfj;ksa ij Nkis ekjus ds vkns'k nsus ls igys lfpo]pkSdlh foHkkx] eq[; lfpo dk iwoZ vuqeksnu
    Prior approval izkIr djsxsa A vkbZ-ih-,l- vf/kdkfj;ksa ij Nkis ekjus ls iwoZ lfpo]pkSdlh lfpo]x`g foHkkx ls vuqeksnu Prior approval izkIr djsaxs A
    4- ftyk rFkk vfrfjDr ftyk lS'ku U;k;k/kh'kksa rFkk ,p-lh-,l- U;kf;d 'kk[kk ds lnL;ksa ij Nkik ekjus ls iwoZ funs'kd]fo'ks"k tkap vfHkdj.k gkbZ dksVZ dk vuqeksnu igys izkIr djsxsa A ftyk ,oa lS'ku U;k;ky;ksa esa dke dj jgs vjktif=r veys ij Nkis ekjus ds fy;s gdnkj pkSdlh foHkkx dk vf/kdkjh ftyk ,oa lS'ku U;k;k/kh'k ;k mldh vuqifLFkfr esa veys izoj U;kf;d vf/kdkjh Next Senior Judicial Officer ls iwoZ vuqeksnu izkIr djsxk A                 
    2- ;g fQj dgk tkrk gS fd mijksDr dk;Zokgh djrs le; ;g /;ku jgsa fd bl esa fdlh dks rax u fd;k tk, rFkk Nkis dsoy rHkh ekjs tk,a tc fo'ks"k f'kdk;r Hkh feyh gks ojuk ugh A blds bZykok fdlh Hkh gkykr esa Nkis ekjus dh vkKk nsus ds leFkZ
    Competent izkf/kdkfj;ksa ds vuqeksnu dh dYiuk dj cSBuk Bhd u gksxk A ,sls izkf/kdkjh;ksa dks Hkh dk;ksZrj vuqeksnu Ex.-post facto sanction nsus dh vkKk ugh gksxhA
                    3- ;g vuqjks/k gS fd ;s fgnk;rsa tks lHkh deZpkfj;ksa ftu esa iatkc ,oa gfj;k.kk ds gkbZ dksVZ ds v/khu dk;Z djus okys deZpkjh Hkh 'kkfey gS]ij ykxw gksrs gS dks lwpukFkZ ,oa ikyukFkZ lHkh lEc} vf/kdkfj;ksa ,oa deZpkfj;ksa ds /;ku esa yk,a tk, A
                                                                                           gLrk@&
                                                                                   d`rs% foÙkk;qDr x`g ,oa lfpo]
                                                                                     gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                       pkSdlh foHkkxA
    dzekad 1244&1pkS11&72@9513 fnukad p.Mhx< 13-4-72
    ,d izfr funs'kd] fo'ks"k tkap vfHkdj.k] gfj;k.kk dks muds Kkiu la[;k 3480 pkSdlh fnukad 9-9-70ds lUnHkZ esa lwpukFkZ ,o vko';d dk;Zokgh ds fy;s Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                           gLrk@&
                                                                                                                                                         d`rs% foÙkk;qDr x`g ,oa lfpo]
                                                                                     gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                       pkSdlh foHkkxA
    ,d izfr %& 
                   1- gfj;k.kk esa lHkh foÙkk;qDrksa
                  2- eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj rFkk
                  3- gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds lHkh iz'kklfud lfpoksa dks lwpukFkZ rFkk vko';d dk;Zokgh ds fy;s Hksth tkrh gS A
                                                                                           gLrk@&
                                                                                     mi lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                        d`rs% foÙkk;qDr x`g ,oa lfpo]
                                                                                     gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                       pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                       1- lHkh foÙkk;qDr]gfj;k.kk A
                       2- eq[; lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj rFkk
                       3- lHkh iz'kklfud lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj A
    v'kk% dzekad 1244&@pkS-11&72@ fnukad p.Mhx< 13-4-72
    ,uksfuEl f'kdk;rksa dk fuiVku              

    fo"k; %& ,uksfuEl f'kdk;rksa dk fuiVku A
              D;k foÙkk;qdr jktLo] gfj;k.kk rFkk gfj;k.kk ds lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo d`i;k mijksDr fo"k; dh vksj /;ku nsxsa \
                
     la;qDr iatkc ljdkj ds ifji= dzekad&4MCY;w&11&111 &2&1955@6592 fnukad 23-3-1985 ( tksfd eq[; lfpo]iatkc ljdkj dh vksj ls tkjh fd;k x;k Fkk ds vuqlkj lHkh ,uksfuEl f'kdk;rksa dks j}@fMLVjks; fd;k tkuk gksrk gS A ,slh f'kdk;rksa ds ckjs pkSdlh foHkkx ds ifji= dzekad 2602&ch1&67@10001] fnukad 17-6-67 ds vuqcU/k ds vuqlkj tks uhfr viukbZ tkrh gS ml esa Hkh ,uksfuEl f'kdk;rs lk/kkj.kr;k jn~n@fMlVjks; dh tkrh gS A f'kdk;rdrkZ ds vkerkSj ij vius vkjksiksa dh iqf"V esa gYQkukek Hkstus ds fy;s fy[kk tkrk gS fQj Hkh ;fn pkSdlh foHkkx dks fdlh f'kdk;r esa dksbZ fo'ks"k rFkk Verifiable data fn[kkbZ nsa rks pkSdlh foHkkx dks ;g iwjk vf/kdkj gS fd og ,uksfuEl f'kdk;rksa ds ckjs rQrh'k@tkap tkjh djok ldrs gS A
                     gfj;k.kk ljdkj us ,uksfuEl f'kdk;rksa esa Hkqxrku ds fy;s pkSdlh foHkkx esa lfpoky; Lrj ij voj lfpo]pkSdlh foHkkx ds v/khu ,d fo'ks"k lSy cukus dk fu.kZ; fy;k gS ;g Hkh fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd tks Hkh ,uksfuEl f'kdk;rsa fdlh Hkh foHkkx esa ;k mPp Lrj ij izkIr gksa rks mudk fuiVku osa Lo;a u djsa vfirq ;s f'kdk;rsa ewy:i esa voj lfpo] pkSdlh ds uke pkSdlh foHkkx esa cuk, x;s dfFkr lSy dks vxzsf"kr dj nh tk,A bu f'kdk;rksa ij tks Hkh dk;Zokgh dh tkuh gksxh] og bl lsy }kjk gh dh tk;k djsxh A 
                                                                                                
    gLrk@&
                                                                                                      lfpo]
                                                                                          
     gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                      
    pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                     
    foÙkk;qDr jktLo] gfj;k.kkA
                    
    gfj;k.kk ds lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpoA
    v'kk% dzekad 5476&1pkS&1&74 fnukad 7-11-74 

              
       ,d izfr fuEufyf[kr dks lwpuk rFkk vko';d                              

    1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr vEckyk rFkk fglkj e.My A lHkh mik;qDr] mi e.My vf/kdkjh flfoy gfj;k.kk A
                                  2- jftLVkj itkac ,oa gfj;k.kk gkbZ dksVZ A ftyk rFkk l= U;k;k/kh'k muls vuqjks/k gS fd tks ,uksfuEl f'kdk;rs foHkkxksa }kjk Hksth tk, mlds lkFk lyaXu izfr;ksa esa lwpuk Hkh Hksth tk, rkfd f'kdk;rksa ds fuiVku esa lqfo/kk gks A
                                                                                                   gLrk@&
                                                                                                      lfpo]
                                                                                            gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                       pkSdlh foHkkx A

    ,uksfuEl@flMksfuEl f'kdk;rksa dk fuiVku A                                                                                             Go to Top

    fo"k; %& ,uksfuEl@flMksfuEl f'kdk;rksa dk fuiVku          
    D;k foÙkk;qDr jktLo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj rFkk gfj;k.kk ds lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo d`i;k mijksDr fo"k; ij pkSdlh foHkkx ds v'kk dzekad 5476&1pkS&1&74 fnukad 7-11-74 rFkk v'kk dzekad 1449&1pkS1&75 fnukad 23-5- 1975 dh vksj /;ku nsxsa \
                2- bl lEcU/k esa fopkj fd;k x;k gS vkSj fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd lanfHkZr i= }kjk tkjh dh xbZ fgnk;rsa ftu ds vuqlkj fdlh Hkh foHkkx esa fdlh Hkh Lrj ij izkIr gksus okys a ,uksfuEl@flMksfuEl f'kdk;rsa pkSdlh foHkkx esa cuk;s x;s fo'ks"k lSy dks Hksth tk jgh gS] okfil ys yh tk;s A vFkZkr Hkfo"; esa bu fgnk;rksa ds vuqlkj bl izdkj ds f'kdk;rsa pkSdlh foHkkx ds fo'ks"k lSy dks u Hksth tk;s vkSj mudk fuiVku vius Lrj ij gh dj fy;k tk, A ;fn foHkkxksa esa ,slh izkIr gksus okyh f'kdk;rksa esa dksbZ fo'ks"k Verifiable data ns j[kk gks vkSj iz'kkldh; foHkkx ml lEcU/k esa pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk tkap djokus dh vko';drk le>s rks viuh flQkfj'k ds lkFk f'kdk;r pkSdlh foHkkx dks tkap gsrw Hkst nh tk,A
                                                                                                          gLrk@&
                                                                                                 mi lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                                    d`rs% lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                   1- foÙkk;qDr jktLo] gfj;k.kk]
                   2- gfj;k.kk ds lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo A
    v'kk dzekad 1728&1pkS1&77 fnukad 4 ebZ 1977
    ,d izfr fuEufyf[kr dks lwpuk rFkk vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrw Hksth tkrh gS%&              
    1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds foHkkxk/;{k] vk;qDr vEckyk rFkk fglkj e.My A lHkh mik;qDr]mi e.My vf/kdkjh flfoy gfj;k.kk A
                 2- jftLVkj itkac ,oa gfj;k.kk gkbZ dksVZ A ftyk rFkk l= U;k;k/kh'k A
                                                                                                          gLrk@&
                                                                                                 mi lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                                    d`rs% lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkx A
    ,d izfr futh lfpo Vw lykgdkj jkT;iky]gfj;k.kk p.Mhx< dks lwpukFkZ izsf"kr dh tkrh gS A lwpukFkZ izsf"kr dh tkrh gS A
                                                                                                          gLrk@&
                                                                                                 mi lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                                             d`rs% lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkx A
    futh lfpo Vw lykgdkj jkT;iky] gfj;k.kk
    v'kk dzekad 1728&pkS1&77 fnukad 4 ebZ 1977 fnukad 4 ebZ 1977

    foHkkxk/;{kksa rFkk dk;kZy;ksa v/;{kksa }kjk jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vf/kdkfj;ksa dks tkap              Go to Top

    dzekad 1@32@79&1pkS1
                    vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                   1- gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{k]vEckyk rFkk fglkj]e.Myksa ds dfe'kujA
                   2- jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDr rFkk ftyk ,oa l= U;k;k/kh'k vkSj jftLVkj iatkc ,oa gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky;] p.Mhx< A
                   fnukad p.Mhx< 27-11-1979
    fo"k; %& foHkkxk/;{kksa rFkk dk;kZy;ksa v/;{kksa }kjk jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vf/kdkfj;ksa dks tkap esa lg;ksx u nsus ckjs esa A
                eq>s funsZ'k gqvk gS fd eSa vki dk /;ku mijksDr fo"k; ij gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds i= dzekad 3710 pkS1&67@17423 fnukad 14-9-1967 izfr lyaXu gS dh vksj fnykrs gq, vuqjks/k da: fd izk;% ns[kus esa vk;k gS fd jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk ds vuqla/kku vf/kdkfj;ksa dks C;wjks }kjk tkapk/khu ekeyksa ds fjdkMZ miyC/k djokus esa foHkkx iw.kZ lg;ksx ugha nsrs gS] fo'ks"kdj mu ifjfLFkfr;ksa esa tcfd mUgh vkjksiksa ds ckjs esa foHkkx ds }kjk vius Lrj ij izkjfEHkd foHkkxh; tkap dh tk jgh gSa A
              bl lEcU/k esa fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vf/kdkfj;ksa dks tkapk/khu ekeyksa dk fjdkMZ bR;kfn miyC/k djokus esa iw.kZ lg;ksx fn;k tk;s A ;fn mUgh ekeyksa esa foHkkxh; Lrj ij ekeyksa esa NksMdj tgka iatkc flfoy lsok;sa n.M rFkk vihy fu;ekoyh 1952 ds fu;e&7 ds v/khu foHkkx }kjk tkap vf/kdkjh fu;qDr fd;k tk pqdk gks izkjfEHkd tkap dh tk jgh rks foHkkx }kjk ;g tkap vfoyEc cUn dj nh tk;s rFkk visf{kr ekeyksa ls lEcfU/kr fjdkMZ@izys[k jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ds vuqla/kkuf/kdkjh dks rqjUr miyC/k djok fn;k tk;s tc Hkh bl ckjs esa mu ls lEidZ fd;k tk, A
                  2- vr% vkils vuqjks/k gS fd bu fgnk;rksa dks n`<+rkiwoZd vuqikyuk gsrw vius v/khuLFk vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;ksa ds /;ku esa yk fn;k tk;s vkSj mUgs ;g Li"V dj fn;k tk, fd mijksDr vuqns'kksa dh mYya?kuk dks xEHkhjrk iwoZd fy;k tk;sxk A

                                                                                                       gLrk@&
                                                                                                 voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                             d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                 pkSdlh foHkkx A
    v'kk% dzekad 1@32@79&1pkS1 fnukad 27-11-1979
    ,d izfr funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk dks lwpukFkZ vxzsf"kr gS A
                                                                                                       gLrk@&
                                                                                                 voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                             d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                 pkSdlh foHkkx A
    ,d izfr %&
                   1- foÙkk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] jktLo foHkkx rFkk foÙkk;qDr ,oa vfrfjDr eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk                   ljdkj A
                 2- gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpoksa dks lwpukFkZ gsrw vzxzsf"kr gS A
                                                                                                       gLrk@&
                                                                                                 voj lfpo pkSdlh]
                                                                             d`rs% vk;qDr ,oa lfpo]gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                 pkSdlh foHkkx A
    lsok esa
                    1- foÙkk;qDr ,oa lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] jktLo foHkkx rFkk foÙkk;qDr ,oa vfrfjDr eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk                   ljdkj A
                  2- gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo A
    v'kk% dzekad 21@32@79&1pkS1 fnukad 27-11-1979

    Assistance by Gazetted Officers in traps/raids conducted by the Vigilance Department                                           Go to Top

    No. 1/15/78-I Vig. (1)
    From
                               The Financial Commissioner and Secretary
                                to Government, Haryana, Vigilance Department.
    To
                            1.         Commissioners of Ambala and Hisar Divisions.
                            2.         All Heads of Departments in the State.
                            3.         All the Deputy Commissioners.
                             4.         Registrar, Punjab and Haryana High Court and all the District and Sessions Jadges in Haryana.
                               Dated, Chandigarh, the 25th January, 1983.
    Subject:- Assistance by Gazetted Officers in traps/raids conducted by the Vigilance Department.
    Sir,
                              I am directed to address you on the subject noted above and to say that it has come to the notice of Government that Government servants, particularly gazetted officers, are evasive when they are approached by the Vigilance Department officers for assisting or witnessing in traps/raids organized by them. Government wish to state clearly that they attach the utmost importance to successful investigation/prosecution of cases of corruption. And for this purpose, expect all Government servants including gazetted officers of cooperate fully with the Vigilance Department when they are approached for help. The officers of the Vigilance Department are also being instructed to present a copy of this letter to an officer who is approached by them for assistance. You are requested to bring this to the notice of all officers working under your administrative control for compliance.
                         The receipt of this letter may please be acknowledged.
                                                                                                                                                                 Yours faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                 Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                        for Financial Commissioner and Secretary to Govt.,
                                                                                                                                    Haryana, Vigilance Department.
    No. 1/15/78-I Vig. (1) Dated, Chandigarh, the 25th January, 1983.
                         A copy is forwarded to the Director, State Vigilance Bureau, Haryana, for information and necessary action with reference to his D.O. letter No. 13189/SVB(H), dated 2-11-1982.
                                                                                                                                                 Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                        for Financial Commissioner and Secretary to Govt.,
                                                                                                                                    Haryana, Vigilance Department.
                        A copy is forwarded to all the Administrative Secretaries to Government, Haryana, for information and necessary action.
                                                                                                                                                 Under Secretary, Vigilance,
                                                                                                                        for Financial Commissioner and Secretary to Govt.,
                                                                                                                                    Haryana, Vigilance Department.
    To All the Administrative Secretaries to Govt., Haryana.
    U.O. No. 1/15/78-I Vig. (1) Dated, Chandigarh, the 25th January, 1983.

    ua0 1@15@78&1 pkS0 1
    izs"kd
                       foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                      pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                     1 vEckyk rFkk fglkj e.Myksa ds vk;qDrA
                     2 jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{kA
                     3 jkT; ds lHkh mik;qDrA
                     4 jftLVkj iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPPk U;k;ky; rFkk jkT; ds lHkh ftyk rFkk l= U;k;k/kh'kA
                  fnukad p.Mhx<+ 25 tuojh] 1983
    fo"k;%& pkSdlh foHkkx }kjk yxkbZ tkus okys ?kkrksa@jsMt esa jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa dk lg;ksxA
                  eq>s funs'k gqvk gS fd eSa vkidks mijksDr fo"k; ij lEcksf/kr djrs gq, vuqjks/k d:a fd ljdkj ds /;ku esa ;g vk;k gS fd ljdkjh deZpkjh fo'ks"kr% jktif=r vf/kdkjh pkSdlh foHkkx ds vuqjks/k ij muds }kjk vk;ksftr fd;s x;s
    (Traps/raids) esa lg;ksx nsus o mUgsa foVuSl djus esa VkyeVksy djrs gSaA ljdkj ;g Li"V djrh gS og jsMt@VªSil ds lQy vuqla/kku@lQy vfHk;kstu dks vR;Ur egRoiw.kZ le>rh gSA bl fLFkfr ds n`f"Vxr ljdkj vius deZpkfj;ksa ls fo'ks"kr% jktif=r vf/kdkfj;ksa ls vis{kk djrh gS fd tc Hkh pkSdlh foHkkx ds vf/kdkjh lgk;rk@lg;ksx ds fy, muds ikl vk;sa rks os mUgsa viuk iw.kZ lg;ksx@lgk;rk iznku djsaA pkSdlh foHkkx ds vf/kdkfj;ksa dks bl lEcU/k esa funZs'k fn;s tk jgs gSa fd tc fdlh jktif=r vf/kdkjh dk lg;ksx@lgk;rk fo"k;ksDr ekeys esa visf{kr gks rks os lEcfU/kr vf/kdkjh dks bl i= dh izfr izLrqr djds muls visf{kr lg;ksx izkIr dj ldrs gSaA rnkuqlkj vkils vuqjks/k gS fd bu vuqns'kksa dks lHkh vf/kdkfj;ksa ds /;ku esa vuqikyuk gsrq yk fn;k tk;sA
              d`i;k bl i= dh ikorh HkstsaA
                                                                                                          Hkonh;
                                                                                                         gLrk@&
                                                                                                voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                     d`rs % foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkxA
    i`0 la0 1@15@78&1 pkS0 1 fnukad 25&01&83 25&01&83
    ,d izfr funs'kd jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk] dks muds i= dz0 13189@l%fo%C;w% g fnukad 2&11&1982 ds lanHkZ esa lwpukFkZ rFkk rqjUr@vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrq vxzsf"kr gSA
                                                                                                       gLrk@&
                                                                                                                                                                 d`rs % fokÙk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkxA
    ,d izfr gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpoksa dk lwpukFkZ vxzsf"kr gSAoksa dk lwpukFkZ vxzsf"kr gSA
                                                                                                      gLrk@&
                                                                                                                                                                 d`rs % foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
    gfj;k.kk ljdkj ds lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpoA
    v'kk% dzekad 1@15@78&1 pkS0 1 fnukad 25&1&83

    Eradication of corruption-measures regarding                                                                                                                   Go to Top

    Confidential
    No. 4/2/87-I Vig (1)
    From
                            The Financial Commissioner & Secretary to Govt.,
                            Haryana Vigilance Department.
    To
                            All Heads of Departments,
                           Commissioners, Ambala and Hissar Divisions,
                         And all the deputy Commissioners in Haryana.
    Subject:- Eradication of corruption-measures regarding.
    Sir,
                      I am directed to address you on the subject noted above and to say that Government is determined to root out corruption at all levels as early as possible. With this end in view it has been decided that all agencies engaged in eradicating corruption should be fully geared up and new agencies created to ensure early achievement of the objective. It has, therefore, been decided that flying Squads presently in existence should be activated and used frequently. It has also been decided that where Flying Squads do not exist, one Flying Squad may be constituted in each Department at an appropriated level from the existing staff strength. Care should, however, be taken to appoint sufficiently senior officers as heads of the Flying Squads. These Flying Squads should be used for surprise checking of local and field offices. You are, therefore, requested to take immediate further action in the right of this decision for compliance.
                  2. You are further requested to draw up lists of notoriously corrupt officers/officials and to initiate action for there dismissal/removal/compulsory retirement from service.
                 3. Recently transfers have been ordered at a sufficiently large scale. There may be some complaints leveling allegations of corruption in regard to transfers. You are requested to look into such complaints quickly at your own level appropriate cases for enquiry to the Vigilance Department. Please acknowledge receipt of this letter.
                                                                                                                                                               Yours Faithfully,
                                                                                                                                                                         Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                     Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     For Financial Commissioner & Secy. To Govt. Haryana,
                                                                                                                                                       Vigilance Department.
    A copy is forwarded to all the Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Govt. Haryana, for information and necessary action.                                                                                                                                                                      Sd/-
                                                                                                                                                     Under Secretary Vigilance,
                                                                                                                     For Financial Commissioner & Secy. To Govt. Haryana,
    To
               All the Financial Commissioners/Commissioners and Secretaries to Government, Haryana.
    U.O. No. 4/2/87-I Vig (1) Dated Chandigarh, the 14th Sept. 1987.

    fjor[kksj ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ij ?kkr yxkus dh uhfrA                                                                                               Go to Top

    dzekad 4@17@89&1 pkS0 1
    izs"kd
                                
    eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                 pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                            gfj;k.kk ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{kA
                           vEckyk] fglkj] jksgrd] xqM+xkaok e.Myksa ds vk;qDr] gfj;k.kk ds lHkh mik;qDr rFkk mi e.My                        vf/kdkjh ukxfjdA
                           jftLVkj iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk jkT; ds lHkh ftyk ,ao l= U;k;k/kh'kA
                          fnukad 24&1&90
    fok;%& fj'or[kksj ljdkjh deZpkfj;ksa ij ?kkr yxkus dh uhfrA
    egksn;]
                      eq>s funsZ'k gqvk gS fd eSa vkidk /;ku mijksDr fo"k; ij pkSdlh foHkkx ds ifji= dzekad 1244&1 pkS0 2&72@9512] fnukad 13 vizSy] 1972 izfr lyaXu gS dh vkSj fnykuk vkSj crkuk fd jkT; ljdkj us fj'or[kksj jktif=r Js.kh&2 xzqi ch ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ij jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk }kjk Nkis ekjus ds ekeys ij fQj ls fopkj fd;k x;k vkSj fopkjksijkUr ;g fu.kZ; fy;k x;k gS fd lanHkkZ/khu ifji= ds iSjk&1 ds lc iSjk 3 es ls jktif=r Js.kh&2 xzqi ch ds vf/kdkfj;ksa ij funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks }kjk Nkis ekjus ds fy;s vuqefr@vkns'k iznku djus esa lfpo pkSdlh dh ctk; lEcaf/kr iz'kkldh; lfpo vc l{ke gksaxsA tgka rd vU; Js.kh ds deZpkfj;ksa@vf/kdkfj;ksa ij Nkis ekjus dk laca/k gS muds ckjs esa lanHkkZ/khu ifji= }kjk tkjh dh xbZ fgnk;rksa esa dksbZ ifjorZu ugh fd;k x;k gSA                   
    2- vkils vuqjks/k gS fd bu fgnk;rksa dk n`<+rk lss ikyu fd;k tk;s rfkk bl i=dh ikorh hksth tk;sa
                                                                                                   Hkonh;]
                                                                                                    gLrk@&
                                                                                         voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                               d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                 pkSdlh foHkkxA
    dzekad 4@17@89&1 pkS0 1fnukad dzekad 4@17@89&1 pkS0 1 fnukad
    ,d izfr funs'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk] paMhx<+ dkss lwpukfkz ,ao vko';d dk;zokgh gsrq hksth tkrh gsa
                                                                                                    gLrk@&
                                                                                         voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                               d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                 pkSdlh foHkkxA
    ,d&,d izfr fuEufyf[kr dks lwpukFkZ rFkk vko';d dk;ZokghlHkh foÙkk;qDr] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
    lHkh iz'kkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
                                                                                                    gLrk@&
                                                                                         voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                               d`rs% eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                 pkSdlh foHkkxA
                             lHkh foÙkk;qDr] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
                             lHkh izÙkkldh; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
    v'kk% dzekad 4@17@89&1 pkS0 1 fnukad v'kk% dzekad 4@17@89&1 pkS0 1 fnukad

    Hkz"V vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;ksa dks jaxsa gkFkksa idM+okus okys O;fDr dks 500 :i;s uxj buke      Go to Top

    dzekad 4@8@91&1 pkS0 1
    izs"kd
                   eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                   pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                      gfj;k.kk jkT; ds lHkh foHkkxk/;{kA                
                     vEckyk] fglkj] jksgrd] xqM+xkao e.Myksa ds vk;qDr] gfj;k.kk ds lHkh mik;qDr rFkk mi e.My vf/kdkjh                   ukxfjdA
                     jftLVkj iatkc rFkk gfj;k.kk mPp U;k;ky; rFkk jkT; ds lHkh ftyk ,ao l= U;k;k/kh'kA
                     fnukad 24&10&1991
    fo"k;%&        Hkz"V vf/kdkfj;ksa@deZpkfj;ksa dks jaxsa gkFkksa idM+okus okys O;fDr dks 500 :i;s uxj buke rFkk iz'kalki= nsus ckjsA
    egksn;]
                     eq>s funsZ'k gqvk gS fd eSa vki dk /;ku mijksDr fo"k; dh vkSj fnykuk vkSj lwfpr d:a fd jkT; ljdkj us Hkz"Vkpkj fojks/k xfrfof/k;ksa dks etcwr djus ds fy, vkSj turk dks bl iz;Ru esa lfEefyr djus ds fy;s ljdkj us fu.kZ; fy;k gS fd tks Hkh O;fDr Hkz"V vf/kdkjh@deZpkjh dks jaxs gkFkksa idM+ok;sxk mls izksRlkfgr djus ds fy, ljdkj }kjk 500 :i, uxn crkSj bZuke fn;k tk;sxkA blds vfrfjDr iz'kalki= Hkh fn;k tk;sxkA
                      2- ;g buke iqfyl foHkkx vkSj jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks }kjk fn;k tk;sxkA                                                                                               Hkonh;A
                                                                                                     gLrk@&
                                                                                             voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                                  d`rs eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkxA
    dzekad 4@8@91&1 pkS0 1 fnukad 24&10&1991
                      ,d izfr iqfyl egkfuns'kd] gfj;k.kk dks lwpukFkZ ,ao vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrq Hksth tkrh gSA
                                                                                                     gLrk@&
                                                                                             voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                                  d`rs eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkxA
    i`0 dzekad 4@8@91&1 pkS0 1 fnukad 24&10&1991
                  ,d izfr egkfuns'kd] jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks] gfj;k.kk] p.Mhx<+ dks vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrq Hksth tkrh gSa A             2- jkT; pkSdlh C;wjks ;g [kpkZ Lohd`r ctV xzkaV ds vUrxZr djsxk vkSj ;fn vko';d gks rks la'kksf/kr vuqekuksa ds le; vf/kd jkf'k dh ekax dj yh tk,Aa
                                                                                                     gLrk@&
                                                                                             voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                                  d`rs eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
      ,d izfr fuEufyf[kr dks lwpukFkZ ,ao vko';d dk;Zokgh gsrq Hksth tkrh gSA

                       lHkh vk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
                                                                                                     gLrk@&
                                                                                             voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                                  d`rs eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esa
                   lHkh foÙkk;qDr] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA
                   lHkh vk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkjA

               ,d izfr foÙkk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj x`g foHkkx dks bl vuqjks/k ds lkFk Hksth tkrh gS fd ;fn iqfyl foHkkx dks mDr dk;Zdze ds fy, jkf'k dh vko';drk gks rks x`g foHkkx ekeys esa izLrko lh/ks gh foRr foHkkx dks HkstsaA
                                                                                                     gLrk@&
                                                                                             voj lfpo] pkSdlh]
                                                                                  d`rs eq[; lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj]
                                                                                                pkSdlh foHkkxA
    lsok esasa
                  foRrk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] x`g foHkkxA

                 ,d izfr foRrk;qDr ,ao lfpo] gfj;k.kk ljdkj] foRr foHkkx dks muds v'kk% dzekad 5 41&4 ,Q0 th0&13056 fnukad 4&10&91 }kjk nh xbZ ea=.kk ds lanHkZ esa lwpukFkZ Hksth tkrh gSA
                                                                                                     gLrk@&