Central Government takes strict action against defaulting/non performing tax officers
Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
05-May-2016 17:28 IST
Government takes strict action against defaulting/non performing tax officials/officers; For the First Time, 33 officials/officers including 7 Group ‘A’ officers prematurely retired for non-performance and 72 officers/officials including 6 Group ‘A’ Officers dismissed in other departmental / disciplinary actions in the last two years.
There is a general perception that no action is taken against the defaulting tax officials for their non performance as well as in case of harassing the tax assesses among others. The present Government has taken various steps to change this perception following the principle of good governance. After the present Government took over two years back, it has taken strict action against such revenue officers/officials in order to fix their accountability.
For the first time, 33 officers / officials of the Revenue Services, including seven Group ‘A’ officers, have been prematurely retired for non-performance under Rule 56(j) of CCS (Pension) Rules. Further, 72 officers / officials have been dismissed including six Group ‘A’ officers, in other departmental/ disciplinary actions in the last two years.
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