Non-Cooperation of Railway Staff during Vigilance Checks

Non-Cooperation of Railway Staff during Vigilance Checks – Railway Board would view non-cooperation at the time of checking conducted by vigilance organisation

Railway Board has issued a letter regarding non cooperation of Railway Staff during Central Vigilance Commission.

 

GOVERNMENT    OF  INDIA/BHARAT SARKAR
MINISTRY   OF  RAILWAYS/RAIL MANTRALAYA
(RAILWAY  BOARD)

No.2014/V-1/VP/1/10                                                                                                           New  Delhi,   dt.   27.01.2015

The   SDGMs ICVO’s
All Indian   Railways

Zonal    Railways    have    made    references   from    time    to   time regarding  non-cooperation   by  Railway  staff  during  vigilance   checks, thereby impeding the  work  of vigilance  officials.

Preventive   checks,   carried    out   by  vigilance  organization,   are mandated  in order  to monitor the  working  of the  Railway organization. Investigating  Inspectors   of Vigilance organisation   are  empowered  to call for documents,  record   statements  and if need be, ask   any railway official for assistance  during  the  check.

Non-cooperation  during   the  vigilance  checks   is viewed  seriously and  may  also   give  rise   to  suspicion  for  helping   the   guilty  get  away. Instructions     as     laid     down    vide    L.No.2010/V-l/PC/1/1 dated 09.07.2010   &  No.2007/V-1/VP/1/9    dated   20.02.2008   are   enclosed for ready  reference.   Hence  all concerned officials  may  be sensitized to extend    full  cooperation  during    vigilance    checks.       It   should    be explained  to  them   that it would  be  in  their   interests   to  disclose the cash   and   contents   of  their   bags/wallets/pockets    etc  as   and   when required,  so that   any  resistance  on this  account is  not  interpreted  as non-cooperation.

This issues with  the  approval the  competent  authority.

Encl:  as above.

(Vikas  Purwar)
Director  Vigilance  [Mech.]
Railway  Board

 

GOVERNMENT  OF INDIA
MINISTRYOF  RAILWAYS
RAILWAY BOARD

No.201 O/V-1/PC/1 /1                                                                                                  New Delhi,  dated 09-07-2010

The General  Managers

CR,  ER,  ECR,  ECOR,  NR,  NCR,  NER, NFR, NWR,  SR,  SCR,  SER,  SECR, SWR; WR,  WCR,  CLW,  DLW,  ICF,  RCF, RWF, CORE,  METRO & NF (Constn.)

Chief Administrative Officers
DLMW,  COFMOW

The Directors,
IRICEN, IRISET & IRITM. IRIEEN; IRIMEE

Director General
ROSO and RSC

Sub : Cooperation  with  Vigilance team  in discharge   of its duty  during   conduct of preventive check.

Instances   nave  come to notice  that  during   Preventive Checks   conducted  by teams  from the Vigilance   Directorate  of Railway   Board,  full cooperation  is not being extended by the officials  of zonal  Railways,   for  eliciting    requisite  information and collecting  relevant documents,  thereby,  hampering  smooth and effective  working  by the  Vigilance    officials

2.                       It may be mentioned   that Investigating  Inspectors  of the Vigilance   Directorate of Railway Board are authorized  to enter any of the Railway offices,  record statements  of the officials   concerned,  who are expected  to render  them  all possible   assistance  in the proper discharge   of their official   duties.    They are   also   empowered  to seize  all   relevant    documents against issue  of proper  ‘Seizure  Memo’.

3.              As preventive checks are an effective way of monitoring  the system, there is a need to extend full cooperation  by the  officials   of the  concerned  Zonal  Railways to the Vigilance team conducting   the check,   by  providing   them requisite   information,   documents  etc.   This  will go a long   way  in strengthening   the vigilance    administration.

4.           This  letter   supercedes   Board’s    letter  No.2007N1/PC/1/1      dated  254.2007  (RBV No 04/2007)

(Vikas Purwar)
Director  Vigilance  (M)
Railway  Board

Download Railway Board letter No.2014/V-1/VP/1/10 dated  27.01.2015

Comments
Loading...