The Central Administrative Tribunal has asked the Centre to submit afresh the proposal regarding the deputation of IFoS officer Sanjiv Chaturvedi to Delhi government.The CAT bench headed by Justice M S Sullar pronounced the order while directing the Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) and the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) to submit the proposal within two weeks and said that the “Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) may take a decision in the matter as expeditiously as possible.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The request for the deputation posting of Ex CVO of AIIMS and Uttarakhand cadre officer Chaturvedi to Delhi government is pending for a year now. “Undoubtedly a lot of delay has taken place in processing this case considering the fact that the request letter of the Chief Minister of GNCTD to Minister of State, MoEFCC, is dated February 16, 2015… “Regarding waiving off cooling of requirement of applicant (Chaturvedi) for his proposed inter-carder deputation to GNCTD as OSD to the Chief Minister, we would like to say that it is solely the domain of the ACC to grant special dispensation, as has been in quite a few cases in the past or take a decision otherwise.”What really important is that the ACC should take a decision in this matter,” the tribunal said.The officer had moved the tribunal against the pendency of his deputation proposal to Delhi government.

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CAT asks Centre to submit fresh proposal regarding Sanjiv Chaturvedi’s deputation