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UP: Order for departmental inquiry in opposition to Joint Director, Action on officers in switch case from Health Director to Show Cause…

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UP: Order for departmental inquiry against Joint Director, Action on officers in transfer case from Health Director to Show Cause...

Lucknow: The subject of switch row within the Health Department of Uttar Pradesh has change into extremely popular now. The irregularities have been discovered within the investigation performed after the departmental minister and deputy CM Brajesh Pathak raised the matter of irregularities within the switch. On July 4, 26 days after the problem turned public, the division discovered the allegations of wrongdoing within the switch to be true on the idea of the report of a three-member committee constituted by CM Yogi Adityanath. The switch order of 313 docs of Level-1 was amended. Transfer orders of 48 docs have been cancelled. After this, now the blame has began falling on the officers on this case. Departmental motion has been constituted in opposition to Dr. Nirupama Dixit, Director, UP Medical and Health Services. Also, orders for departmental inquiry have been issued in opposition to Joint Director of Health Department, Personnel BKS Chauhan, Dr. Raj Kumar and Dr. Sudhir Kumar Yadav. Apart from him, motion has additionally been taken in opposition to many different officers.

In the order issued by Special Secretary Mannan Akhtar, it has been stated {that a} committee was constituted for the switch of Level-1 Medical Officers for the switch session 2022-23 on the Directorate General degree. As a member of this committee, Dr. VKS Chauhan didn’t absolutely discharge the obligations of his publish. Due to this, together with Level-1, medical officers of Level-2 and three have been additionally transferred. An order for departmental motion has been issued in opposition to him underneath Rule 7 of the UP Government Servants Discipline and Appeal Rules, 1999. Additional Director of Medical and Family Welfare of Basti Mandal will examine the allegations in opposition to Dr. Chouhan.

Explanation sought from Dr. Nirupama
Explanation has been sought from Dr. Nirupama Dixit, Director, Medical and Health Services. He has been accused that out of 6626 working personnel of Pharmacist cadre, he has transferred 626 personnel on private request. This is about 48 per cent of the overall transfers on this cadre. 52 per cent transfers have been performed on coverage foundation. Out of 105 working personnel of EGC Technician, 48 have been transferred. It makes up about 46 per cent. At the identical time, out of 2067 posts of Lab Technician, 213 have been transferred. This is over and above the prescribed 10 per cent restrict.

Out of 909 personnel of X-ray technician cadre, 93 have been transferred, additionally discovered to be greater than the prescribed restrict. The authorities has termed it as dereliction of responsibility. He has been requested to offer a proof inside seven days contemplating him to be prima facie responsible. The authorities has clearly stated that if they don’t give their correct clarification on the switch circumstances, then coverage selections might be taken in opposition to them by the division.

Vedbrata Singh additionally accused
Charges have additionally been framed in opposition to the then Director General of UP Medical and Health Services, Dr. Vedbrata Singh. They have retired. They have been accused of not discharging their obligations within the switch of Level-1 Medical Officers, Pharmacist Cadre, ECG Technician, Lab Technician, Other Cadre and Laboratory Assistant Cadre personnel at Directorate General degree. Departmental proceedings have been instituted in opposition to him for violating the switch coverage. The allegations in opposition to him might be investigated by the Secretary of Medical Section-7 of the Health Department.