Govt promotes 5 IGPs, approves 4 women police stations

Govt promotes 5 IGPs, approves 4 women police stations

Food Safety Commissioner with support staff approved

Jammu: The government on Thursday promoted five inspector generals of police (IGP) to the ranks of additional directors general of police (ADGP) and sanctioned four more women police stations in the state.
The state cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti also approved creation of a post of Commissioner of Food Safety along-with Supporting Staff for proper implementation of the Food Safety & Standards Act, 2006 & Regulations, 2011.
IGPs Muneer Ahmad Khan (IGP, Kashmir range), Syed Javaid Mujtaba Gilani (Director, vigilance, J&K), Abdul Ghani Mir (IGP, CID), Mohammad Sulaiman Salaria (Director, SKPA), Alok Puri (IGP, Crime Branch) and Deepak Kumar (on deputation to Heavy Engineering Corporation Limited, Ranchi) were promoted as ADGPs.
Creation of Commissioner of Food Safety, supporting staff
The Cabinet approved creation of one post of Commissioner of Food Safety along-with Supporting Staff for proper implementation of the Food Safety & Standards Act, 2006 & Regulations, 2011.
Creation of 4 additional Women Police Stations, 208 posts approved
The Cabinet accorded sanction to the creation of four women Police Stations, one each in the Districts of Pulwama, Kupwara, Kathua and Doda.
Cabinet also accorded sanction to the creation of 208 posts for these four Women Police Stations (52 posts each) including 04 post of Inspector, 04 Posts of SI, 08 posts of ASI, 24 posts of HC, 136 posts of Constable (Direct) and 32 posts of Followers.
The Home Department will separately notify the jurisdiction of these four Women Police Stations in consultation with the Police Headquarters.
Presently, six (6) Women Police Stations are functioning in the state one each in districts of Jammu, Rajouri, Udhampur, Srinagar, Anantnag and Baramulla.
Promotion of officers to fixed scale of IAS, Super Time Scale of KAS, Time Scale of KAS approved
The Cabinet approved promotion of Rakesh Kumar Gupta, IAS, Principal Resident Commissioner, J&K Government, New Delhi; Lokesh Dutt Jha, IAS, Financial Commissioner, Revenue and Suresh Kumar, IAS Additional Secretary, Ministry of Coal, Government of India to the Fixed Scale of IAS.
Cabinet approved promotion of Special Scale KAS officers viz Peerzada Hafizullah Shah and Gulzar Hussain to the Super Time Scale of KAS in the Pay Band of Rs 37,400-67000 with GP of Rs 10,000 w.e.f 01-10-2017.
Cabinet also accorded sanction to the appointment of twenty five (25) officers of eight (8) departmental feeding services to the Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Service (Time Scale of KAS) in the Pay Band of Rs 15,600-39100 with GP of Rs 6600.
Creation of 6 posts of ADCs approved
The Cabinet accorded sanction for creation of the post of Additional Deputy Commissioner, Awantipora, in the Pay-Band of Rs 15600-39100 with GP Rs 7600.
Cabinet also approved creation of 05 posts of Additional Deputy Commissioner, Basholi, Billawar, Bhaderwah, Sopore and Tral in the Pay-Band of Rs 15600-39100 with GP of Rs 7600, by corresponding reduction of 05 posts of SDM Basholi, Billawar, Bhaderwah, Sopore and Tral in the Pay-Band of Rs 15600-39100 with GP of Rs 6600, in the J&K Administrative Service.
Promotion of 7 officers of J&K Accounts (Gazetted) Service to the Selection Grade Approved
The State Cabinet accorded sanction to the promotion of Zahoor Ahmad Reshi, FA & CAO, Financial Organization of PDD, Srinagar to the Selection Grade of J&K Accounts (Gazetted service), notionally w.e.f 22.06.2010 and regularly from 16.10.2017.
Cabinet also approved promotion of Dharam Paul Sharma, then CAO, Commercial & Survey Wing PDD, Ajay Kumar Gupta, FA & CAO, J&K State Vigilance Commission, Darshan Kumar Sharma, FA & CAO, J&K, State Road Transport Corporation, Jagdish Kumar, FA & CAO, DRDA Kathua, Sachin Verma FA & CAO, JAKFED and Deepshikha Sharma CAO Commercial & Survey Wing PDD to the Selection Grade of J&K Accounts (Gazetted service) w.e.f 16.10.2017.
Grant of amnesty for smooth implementation of GST Approved
The Cabinet accorded sanction to the grant of amnesty for settlement of issues in old Tax regime for providing a clean slate for smooth implementation of Goods & Services Tax.
The scheme covers remission of penalty and interest on arrears of the tax under Value Added Tax Act, 2005, General Sales Tax Act, 1962 and in respect of Telecom Operators registered under General Sales Tax Act, 1962.

 

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