Seventeen retired IPS officers on Friday appealed to fellow serving officers to come back ahead to serve underneath the Union authorities and stated cops ought to embrace the alternatives provided by the central deputation.
The IPS officers, most of whom had retired after serving as DGPs in numerous police organisations, stated central deputations strengthen the bond between the central and the state administrations as All India Providers are crucial threads which knit the Indian Union and states collectively.
“As former IPS officers, we assist GOI’s (authorities of India) initiative to encourage IPS officers to supply themselves for central deputation, given the huge alternatives to develop oneself and contribute to the macro-and micro-levels of nationwide safety,” the previous IPS officers stated in an announcement.
They stated the IPS, with a cadre power of 5,000, has 2,700 Senior Obligation Posts (SP to DG rank) and 1,075 (40 per cent) of those are meant for Central Deputation Reserve (CDR) as per prevalent guidelines.
Nevertheless, solely 442 IPS officers are presently on central deputation to refill 645 sanctioned posts on the Centre.
Lower than a rating IPS officers are deployed on Central Staffing Scheme (CSS) posts, like these of Administrators or Joint Secretaries on the centre, the assertion stated.
The retired IPS officers stated the dynamic change of human assets, the principal components of change, from New Delhi to State capitals and vice versa creates a dynamic, cohesive entity.
India’s understanding of inside and exterior safety and path of enchancment are the identical on the states and centre, primarily attributable to free motion of IPS officers between these models of governance, they stated.
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