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Cvc Increases Time Limit For Reconsideration Of Its Advice In Corruption Cases To 2 Months

PTI, New Delhi

Published by: Amit Mandal
Updated Thu, 25 Nov 2021 08:50 PM IST

Summary

CVC is consulted for disciplinary action in vigilance cases or in two phases. The deadline for the first phase has been extended.

The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has extended the deadline for reconsideration of its first phase advice in corruption cases to two months from the current one month. An official order in this regard was issued on Thursday.

Reconsideration only in rare cases
An order in this regard has been issued to the secretaries and chief executive officers of all central government departments and public sector banks and insurance companies. It said that a motion for reconsideration of advice should be sent only in those rare cases where some additional or new facts have come to the fore which could not be considered earlier.

two-stage action
CVC is consulted for disciplinary action in vigilance cases or in two phases. First the inquiry report is consulted and then advice is sought before taking a final decision on the conclusion of such proceedings. As per the extant instructions, the concerned Government organisations/authorities are required to approach the Commission for reconsideration of their Phase I advice, within a period of one month from the date of receipt of the advice of the CVC, if they propose to withdraw from it.

The order said- the issue has been considered by the Commission and it is observed that on occasions, proposals for reconsideration of the advice of the first stage are received after the stipulated time limit of one month and delays pointed out by the authorities concerned. reasons are found to be logically acceptable.

Expansion

The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) has extended the deadline for reconsideration of its first phase advice in corruption cases to two months from the current one month. An official order in this regard was issued on Thursday.

Reconsideration only in rare cases

An order in this regard has been issued to the secretaries and chief executive officers of all central government departments and public sector banks and insurance companies. It said that a motion for reconsideration of advice should be sent only in those rare cases where some additional or new facts have come to the fore which could not be considered earlier.

two-stage action

CVC is consulted for disciplinary action in vigilance cases or in two phases. First the inquiry report is consulted and then advice is sought before taking a final decision on the conclusion of such proceedings. As per the extant instructions, the concerned Government organisations/authorities are required to approach the Commission for reconsideration of their Phase I advice, within a period of one month from the date of receipt of the advice of the CVC, if they propose to withdraw from it.

The order said- the issue has been considered by the Commission and it is observed that on occasions, proposals for reconsideration of the advice of the first stage are received after the stipulated time limit of one month and delays pointed out by the authorities concerned. reasons are found to be logically acceptable.

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