UKPSC: Public Service Commission should recruit employees in the assembly – Committee


UKPSC Recruitment: The expert committee formed to examine the recruitment in the Vidhansabha has recommended the appointment of employees in the Vidhansabha through the Public Service Commission and any other recruitment commission of the state. Along with this, the committee has suggested posting only senior judicial service officers on the post of principal secretary and secretary in the assembly.

It is known that a committee was formed under the chairmanship of retired bureaucrat DK Kotia by the Assembly Speaker Ritu Khanduri after questions were raised on the recruitments made after the formation of the state. The committee has also given many important suggestions besides declaring the appointment of all the employees appointed after the formation of the state in the Vidhansabha as illegal.

This truth has come to the fore after the Vidhansabha Secretariat made this report public on the Vidhansabha website. A total of 15 suggestions have been given by the committee to the assembly. In which it has been advised to recruit the vacant posts of employees from the Public Service Commission and other recruitment agencies of the state. Along with this, keeping the Vidhan Sabha Secretariat under the Legislative Department, preparing the structure of posts in the Vidhan Sabha, arranging ACR for the employees, making new rules for the recruitment of employees, changes made in the rules of the Vidhan Sabha in 2016. Along with the abolition of recruitment, the appointment of driver and operator has been recommended under outsourced.

All 396 ad hoc appointments of the Legislative Assembly are unconstitutional

Here, RTI activist Nadeem Uddin has also been made available the investigation report of the special committee on behalf of the Vidhansabha Secretariat. According to the RTI report given to Nadeem Uddin, all the 396 ad hoc appointments made in the Legislative Assembly after the formation of the state are unconstitutional. In which 228 appointments were considered liable to be canceled by the committee. While considering the 168 appointments made from 2001 to 2015 as wrong and unconstitutional, it has been recommended to take a decision after examination in the context of Uma Devi case.

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